Mateship - Welfare - Commemoration - Education - Sustainability
Situated in the heart of Macclesfield, in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, South Australia. The sub branch has a long standing history (established in 1941) with the local community. The RSL sub branch has occupied the historic original school house since 1958. Car parking is available out the front in the main street and limited parking is at the rear of the clubrooms under the 150 year plus old heritage listed English Oak Tree.
Our membership of over 150 consists of both service and affiliate members. All members of the public who support the ideals of the RSL are strongly encouraged to apply for membership of our sub branch and enjoy the membership privileges of one of Australia's most revered service organisations. The sub branch is open most Wednesday mornings from 10am and all members and the public are invited to come and enjoy the fellowship and country hospitality.
Drop in, Chat and have a Cuppa - Every Wednesday from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm
Sub Branch Meeting - First Tuesday of Month @ 7.30 pm
Community Dinner Night - First Friday of Month @ 6.30 pm
Bingo Night - Third Friday of Month @ 7.30 pm
ANZAC Candlelight Service - Sunday before ANZAC Day @ 6.00 pm
Remembrance Day Service - 11 November @ 10.45 am
When in Macclesfield please visit the
with all its information, history and commemoration
Phone: 0407 395 833 - Dennis Oldenhove (President)