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  • State-of-the-art Nowra Veteran Wellbeing Centre now open to veterans and their families

    RSL LifeCare has officially opened its purpose built, state-of-the-art facility to permanently house the Nowra Veteran Wellbeing Centre, providing an expanded range of health and wellbeing services for veterans, current […]

  • Fee-free certified training for veterans or their partners across NSW with JobTrainer

    In collaboration with Training Services NSW through their JobTrainer program, RSL LifeCare Veteran Services is providing access to four certification programs across hospitality, business, leadership and management especially for veterans […]

  • RSL NSW donation boost for veteran services support.

    RSL NSW sub-Branches have come together to provide a multi-million-dollar donation to its partner charity, RSL LifeCare, that will see funds go towards the critical support of veterans and their […]

  • Access to fee-free certified training with the JobTrainer pilot program

    In collaboration with Training Services NSW through their JobTrainer program, RSL LifeCare Veteran Services are piloting access to three certification programs across business, leadership and management especially for veterans and […]

  • Spur, enabled by our passionate volunteer crew.

    Spur Ranch, co-located with RSL LifeCare John Goodlet Manor in Picton, south of Sydney, is where the Spur Equine Program is run by Max Streeter, Spur Program Manager – RSL […]

  • Today we honour Rawdon Hume “Ron” Middleton, VC.

    SEVENTY nine years ago today a bomber took off from an air base in Suffolk, England. It was one of more than 200 aircraft on a mission to bomb heavy […]

  • Jack of All Parades

    Looking for someone who’s done it all? Meet Wayne Dixon – former reservist, firey, ambo, sub-Branch President, homecare volunteer, and more. If there’s a parade going, Wayne probably belongs in […]

  • Horse Trekking Course – Trek 1, 2021 – Back in the saddle

    ANZAC Day is a time of remembrance and camaraderie for many veterans; with emotions running high as they reflect on their service and the service of those who came before […]

  • Kathleen Carlon

    Volunteer, Women’s Australian National Service “My mother was frightened I’d be sent to the country, so she encouraged me to volunteer for the Women’s Australian National Service.”   At the start […]

  • Clifford (Cliff) Parker

    Bombardier, 53rd Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery “I was bloody frightened and we all were.”   The Second World War changed Australia forever. It was a time of transformation […]

  • Rod Doust

    Air Gunner, Royal Air Force (RAF) “It was a mixture of patriotism and glamour that led me to enlist in the air force.”   In 1942, Rod Doust was living […]

  • Victor Nagle

    Gunner – Royal Air Force (RAF) “I was the most excited bloke in the world. I was going to finish the war off. I was hoping it didn’t end before […]

  • Rod Kingham

    Driver, Australian Army “My Dad had been in the Somme and he used to go to Anzac Day so we were an army family.”   In comparison with a lot […]

  • Phillipa Carlyle

    Flight Mechanic – Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force “You had an enormous sense of trust in each other.”   A fine and mild day with northerly winds freshening. That was […]

  • Eugenie Allen

    Signalwoman – Australian Army “I was a hairdresser when we married, but I wanted to do something different.”   Eugenie Allen married her husband during World War II, between his […]

  • Frederick Lewis

    Commander – Royal Australian Navy “I had a love of the Navy and a strong sense of patriotism.”   Frederick Lewis enlisted in the Royal Australian Navy during World War […]

  • Cecil ‘Bob’ Leckie

    Sapper, Royal Australian Engineers “My mate and I were shearing out the other side of White Cliffs and I said to this bloke, there’s gotta be a better job than […]

  • Margaret Ferrier

    Flight mechanic – Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force “Of course I wanted to make a difference, but there was the excitement of being part of it…”   If they made […]

  • Mavis Wheeler

    Cipher, Signals Corps, Australian Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAAF) “We women wanted to be seen as capable as men of doing many things.”   Mavis Wheeler is never far from […]

  • Thelma ‘Shirley’ Grinyer

    Nurse, Australian Army Medical Women’s Service “Most of our patients were servicemen, and they were the best patients you could find”   Shirley was an apprentice bookbinder at Waite and […]

  • Dorothy ‘Topsy’ Curtis

    Private, Australian Women’s Army Service (AWAS) “You have to protect your country and your families. If it happened again, I would have to join up again.”   Dorothy “Topsy” Turvey […]

  • Doreen Mavis “Bobby” Squire

    Driver/Mechanic – Australian Women’s Army Service “I turned up and asked if they were looking for someone who could drive because my family had joined and I wanted to join […]

  • Richard (Dick) Udy

    Dick Udy couldn’t wait to enlist when war was declared in 1939. His sense of adventure was eventually fulfilled as a wireless operator onboard the “Black Cats” Catalina flying boats, […]

  • Victory in the Pacific – 75 years since the end of World War II

    RSL LifeCare has been capturing the memories of our war veterans for many years as a way of honouring our residents’ individual service. This VP Day – the 75th since […]

  • Hidden Treasures – Lindsay Dufty

    My first day in the Army was 7th January 1942 when at the ripe age of eighteen I fronted up  to enlist. I was delighted to find that an old […]

  • Hidden Treasures – Ray Cunningham

    When Japan entered the war with the bombing of Pearl Harbour in December 1941, Australia was caught off guard. With its fighting forces on the other side of the world, […]

  • Hidden Treasures – Wal Williams

    Part 1 I was born in October 1922 and grew up in the leafy Sydney suburb of Northbridge. My dad was a keen and strong swimmer and Northbridge Baths were […]

  • ANZAC Day – We Did Remember Them

    ANZAC Day is one of the most important days of the year in the RSL LifeCare calendar. Despite restrictions and social distancing requirements, due to COVID-19, RSL LifeCare residents, clients, […]

  • It’s a matter of manners

    Some things don’t change even when you’re a Centenarian. Former 7th Division Army officer Lieutenant Doug Bowman took part in the landing in Borneo with 25TH Brigade in 1945. In […]

  • The Diggers’ Friend

    Veterans’ health is not a new concern. RSL LifeCare’s existence is based on support for those in need. Stephen Stack MBE, co-founder of the “War Vets” home, now RSL LifeCare […]

  • Paying homage

    Mondo Rock bassist Paul Christie has played on stages around the world, performing to thousands as a member of Australian rock music’s elite. But what might seem like an exciting […]

  • Tom Ridgway – When the Past Refuses to Let Go

    War Neurosis, War Trauma, Shell Shock, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – the names may have changed from war to war yet the crushing, brain-addling effects are the same. In recognition […]

  • Lucky Stevens and the D-Day Landings

    Today is the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings at Normandy – a brave move which heralded the beginning of the end of WWII in Europe. To acknowledge the occasion, […]

  • Mavis Wheeler off to the ANZAC Day March

    The meaning of ANZAC Day This ANZAC Day RSL LifeCare remembers the soldiers, sailors and airmen who have given so much for our way of life. Listening to the following […]

  • Lee Sarich

    The meaning of ANZAC Day This ANZAC Day RSL LifeCare remembers the soldiers, sailors and airmen who have given so much for our way of life. Listening to the following […]

  • Jack Van Emden and his late wife, Sheila, ANZAC Day 2018

    The meaning of ANZAC Day This ANZAC Day RSL LifeCare remembers the soldiers, sailors and airmen who have given so much for our way of life. Listening to the following […]

  • Stuart Doyle

    The meaning of ANZAC Day This ANZAC Day RSL LifeCare remembers the soldiers, sailors and airmen who have given so much for our way of life. Listening to the following […]

  • Ted Matthews, the last living ANZAC from the Gallipoli landing

    On ANZAC Day we remember “the originals”, the men who fought for King and Country in the First World War – men like Ted Matthews. Ted was a resident of […]

  • Hidden Treasures – Roy Lascelles

    Born 20 April 1918, Roy Lascelles is one of our oldest residents, celebrating his 101st birthday this April. Roy’s life began during World War 1, when the Allies were fighting […]

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