McLaren

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McLaren Vale is the major town of South Australia’s Southern Vales region. About 40 kilometres south of Adelaide, it lies just beyond the suburban outskirts. Famous as a grape growing and wine producing area, we are delighted to be supported with Donations from many of the local Wineries including d’Arenberg Winery. d’Arry Osborn’s father Frank Osborn was our Founding President. The Region offers a comfortable residential lifestyle and many tourist activities. RSL McLaren Vale & District Sub Branch Inc is active within the community and has an social and Commemorative calendar for Members and our Community.

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Pensions Advocacy Office: Contact Repat Veterans Wellbeing Centre 7117 5237. Assistance may be available at: http://www.plymptonvc.org.au/ : or email  enquiry@plymptonvc.org.au

Club Rooms and Office: Tuesday & Wednesday 9.00 am Р3.00 pm. Appointments assist.

Weekly Lunches: Every Wednesday except from 5th December to 8th Jan during Christmas closure. Bookings please for catering purposes. 2 Courses $20pp. Lunch Tickets go in draw for a free lunch next visit.

Monthly Dinners: 2nd Friday each month except from 5th December to 8th Jan during Christmas closure. Bookings essential for catering purposes. 2 or 3 courses for $20pp. Theme dinners 4 times yearly catered by our Women’s Auxiliary are exceptional value.

Committee Meetings: Monthly after lunch on the Wednesday before the Members Meeting, or at 2.00pm.

Monthly Members Meetings: Last Friday each month 7.00 pm.

Monthly Women’s Auxiliary Meeting: Last Friday each month 7.00pm.

2024 ANZAC DAWN SERVICE Thursday 25th April on McLaren Vale Memorial Park, Valley View Drive. Arrive by 5.30am bringing appropriate weather clothing, a chair & torch if required. Service starts at 5.45am. Let us know if you wish to be recognised laying a Wreath or Tribute.

Our ANZAC DAWN SERVICE 2023: Thank you to all who attended, estimated 2,500, & those who laid Tributes. Thank you to Father Brenton Dick and our Bagpiper Mr Vaughan Cooke. A special thank you to our CFS for their overnight vigil protecting our setup and First Aid on the day, 605 Sqn AAFC for their Catafalque party, Aldinga Bay Scouts, Cubs and Joeys for laying our path lights and handing out Orders of Service. Particular attendance acknowledgement for laying of Tributes by Students from McLaren Vale Primary School, McLaren Flat Primary School, Tatachilla Lutheran College, & McLaren Vale Netball Club. Thank you also to City of Onkaparinga for the Grant that helped provide our Public Address System supplied by Robbies Sounds and all who contributed to our Gunfire Breakfast, about 250. Lest we Forget.


Visits since 2016