The Sub-Branch was presented with an RSL Charter on 24 November 1946. Since then it has been active in the Caloundra area supporting both the veteran and general communities. Over the years the Sub-Branch has continued its strong support of veterans, their families and the local community and will continue to do so into the future.
The Sub-Branch is preparing a project to honour the men and women who have served their country. The first part of this appears near the bottom of this page. Please scroll down to view our tribute to those who served in the Vietnam War.
On the 25th of April each year the Sub-Branch remembers the men and women who have served in the defence of this great nation.
At 11:00am on 11 November 1918, the guns on the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of warfare.
Our Memorial Gardens are nestled within the grounds of the Caloundra RSL. It is a landscaped retreat where current or ex-service members can reflect.
News & Activities
The Sub-Branch conducts a number of activities for its members, as well as supporting a variety of sub-clubs.
Special Vietnam Memorial Pages
The Caloundra RSL Sub-Branch has begun a long-term online project to commemorate the bravery of the men and women who have served in Australian forces. We have begun with coverage of the Vietnam War and we will soon include more recent conflicts and of course peacekeeping missions.
View the pages, and don’t forget to come back for updates.
The main focus of the Sub-Branch is the provision of support to all current and ex-service members. But a feature of this support has been the creation of a separate Sub-Branch Lounge for exclusive use by members, their families and visitors while attending the Caloundra RSL Services Club.