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Sunday - Wednesday

12pm

Thursday - Saturday

10am

ADDRESS

 

16-18 Macfie Street

DEVONPORT, TASMANIA, 7310

PH: 03 6424 2673
Email: devonportrsl@netspace.net.au

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Gamble Responsibly - Gamblers' Helpline 1800 858 858

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Useful Links

Military Shop offers Australian Defence Personnel and the public an array of quality products suitable for a variety of uses.

 

You can select from a wide range of Defence and Service branded products, specific corps, ship and unit products or choose your own unique product to brand.

The Australian War Memorial combines a shrine, a world-class museum, and an extensive archive.

 

The Memorial's purpose is to commemorate the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in war.

 

Its mission is to assist Australians to remember, interpret and understand the Australian experience of war and its enduring impact on Australian society.

The World War Two Nominal Roll was created to honour and commemorate the men and women who served in Australia's Defence Forces and the Merchant Navy during this conflict.

 

This site contains information from the service records of some one million individuals who served during World War Two.

The Department of Veterans' Affairs delivers government programs for war veterans, members of the Australian Defence Force, members of the Australian Federal Police and their dependants.

Defence Force and their dependants; and may provide some assistance to visitors to Tasmania.

Providing a wide range of information that will be of interest and value to veterans and those who are seeking general information on the RSL and Australia’s military heritage.

The "Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia" website has been designed with two purposes in mind.

 

The first, to provide information of special or current interest to Australian Vietnam veterans.

 

The second, to provide for students of all ages, historical context, information about Australia's involvement in the war, Australian units, servicemen and servicewomen.

The Nominal Roll of Vietnam Veterans lists approximately 61,000 men and women who served in the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), Australian Army and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in Vietnam, or in the waters adjacent to Vietnam, during the conflict between 23 May 1962 and 29 April 1975.

Legacy is dedicated to caring for the families of deceased veterans.

 

Today Legacy's caring and compassionate service assists over 100,000 widows and 1900 children and dependants with a disability.

 

Legacy is a voluntary organisation supported by veterans, servicemen and women, and volunteers drawn from all walks of life.

Provides veterans with up-to-date and comprehensive information about Pleural Mesothelioma and Mesothelioma Prognosis on the web today.

 

This organisation also supplies veterans with free informational books, packets and a Patient Advocacy program that works 1-on-1 with individuals to help them find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups.

The National Servicemen's Association of Australia was founded in 1987 and now is the second largest ex-service organisation in the nation.

 

It represents the 287,000 young men called up for service in the Navy, Army and Air Force in two schemes between 1951 and 1972.

Children should be recognised for their bravery and endurance when their mother or father is deployed for long periods of time when serving with the Military Forces or Federal Police which is why Military Kids Recognition was founded.

See their site for a range of special children's military medallions, or other military merchandise, to help ease military service strain and show recognition for these children.

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Military Kids Recognition is a self funded business that donates its profits to Operation PTSD Support, Legacy and other military focused groups that support the partners and families of veterans. 

The Australian Government, Department of Defence, offers a range of programs and resources available to help children to develop strategies to cope with the challenges of Defence life such as deployment, absence and relocation, and use them to learn and grow.  See their site for products, programs and resources for children.

Although this is an American based website it still offers a range of tips and advice for children living a Defence life.  

 

Learn new strategies for coping with deployments, relocation's, routines and self-expression.