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Berwick RSL is a medium sized sub branch in the fast growing Casey Council corridor of South East Melbourne.

With a membership of approximately 250, our focus is primarily upon Welfare Support and Services to commemorate our veterans.

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1 week ago

Berwick RSL

Killara Estate Winter Bus Trip!
What a great trip we had on the coach from the Berwick RSL up to Seville East to the Italian Winery. Wine tasting, lovely Italian food on platters to share and a big warm fire blazing. This bus trip was our largest with 47 people on board. (see us all on the one very long table.) After lunch when back on the bus there was a joke competition, they were all very funny but Stevi (bonza) took out the prize with a very funny rather risqué joke. The applause meter put him over the line.
A great day had by all, unfortunately the breathtaking views were not on show due to the rain and fog! Typical Melbourne Winter Weather. A great day with great mates! Thanks Andy you are the best (driver!)
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Our first bus trip with you guys and had a great time. Barb and Peter you did a great job. Fantastic food good company and wine . Don’t forget that warm fire. Jenny and Dave💋🥂🍷🍕🔥

Good work Barbara Beames

Looks like a good time was had by all!

3 weeks ago

Berwick RSL

Would love this in our members lounge, anyone out there that can donate it to our RSL? $2,500 ... See MoreSee Less

Would love this in our members lounge, anyone out there that can donate it to our RSL? $2,500

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No not me hunee

Sue Clark will 😂

Is it Michael's?

3 weeks ago

Berwick RSL

Today we bow our heads in memory of Commando Section Commander SGT Todd Langley, who lost his life in a raid on an insurgent hideout during operations in Afghanistan on 4 July 2011. It was his seventh operational deployment. Thank you for your service and for paying the ultimate price for our freedom, Todd. Lest we forget. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Berwick RSL

First out of the gates is Army Bear!

“What can I tell you about me, cobber? I’m a bear that was born to join the Army. I skipped the nursery and volunteered to join the Royal Australian Infantry! I’m a larrikin who can make the uniform look like a tux. I'm a good sport, never short on a joke, but always ready to get the job done. I'm the section scout, whatever the challenge, I grin and bear it 😉 I’m not too keen on drill and ceremonial stuff, but here we go again…Quick March!"

So what should Army Bear's name be? Pop your suggestion in the comments below!

#NametheLegacyBears #LegacyBears
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First out of the gates is Army Bear!
 
“What can I tell you about me, cobber? I’m a bear that was born to join the Army. I skipped the nursery and volunteered to join the Royal Australian Infantry! I’m a larrikin who can make the uniform look like a tux. Im a good sport, never short on a joke, but always ready to get the job done. Im the section scout, whatever the challenge, I grin and bear it 😉 I’m not too keen on drill and ceremonial stuff, but here we go again…Quick March!

So what should Army Bears name be? Pop your suggestion in the comments below!

#NametheLegacyBears #LegacyBears

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TED E. BEAR

Oh very droll Don

3 weeks ago

Berwick RSL

On this day in 1950, Prime Minister Menzies announced that the RAAF's No. 77 Squadron would be sent to the conflict in Korea.

Australia would see a significant amount of action in Korea, with over 1500 Australians dead or injured by the time the conflict ended.
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3 weeks ago

Berwick RSL

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