Peter Aspinall AM has served on the RSLWA Board since July 2008 and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position. Peter is the immediate past president of the Albany RSL Sub-Branch and past president of the Albany Aero and Probus Albany Central Clubs.
Peter also was chair of the Albany Centenary of ANZAC Alliance from its inception till its dissolution in December 2012.
He was born in the United Kingdom and educated in Albany. In 1960, he was selected for entry into the Australian Army’s Officer Cadet School, at Portsea, and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery, initially posted to the 4th Field Regiment in Wacol, Queensland.
Then followed nearly 30 years of military service in a variety of regimental, staff and training postings. These included operational service in South Vietnam in 1966/67 as an artillery forward observer with the 5th and 6th Battalions, Royal Australian Regiment.
He is overseeing much needed change for our Veteran community in the form of the game-changing ANZAC House Veteran Central facility – and the roll-out of smaller Veteran Hubs in the Greater Perth metro area and in regional centres throughout the State. Veteran Central will be a onestop shop for Veterans seeking
help and support – providing a home also to other Ex-Service Organisations, along with government and corporate Veteran Service Providers.
Messages from Peter Aspinall AM
RSLWA State President Peter Aspinall AM Says Thankyou
RSLWA State President Peter Aspinall AM issues a heartfelt thankyou to the people of Western Australia and some generous RSLWA mates in the wake of a very special ANZAC Day.
Congratulations to our new Life Members and 50 Year Certificate recipients
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the Honours & Awards Committee, Peter Aspinall AM wishes to congratulate the recipients of this year’s Life Membership and 50 Year Certificate
Support for our Sub-Branches due to Coronavirus Pandemic
Extraordinary times sometimes means extraordinary measures. The Board of Directors has now taken measures to assist Sub-Branches facing financial difficulties and/or loss of revenue. We’ve got your back.
RSLWA invites Aussies to embrace the spirit of mateship this ANZAC Day
RSLWA is encouraging all Aussies to get creative in a show of mateship this ANZAC Day – by standing in quiet contemplation at the end of their driveways, or on their balconies, at 6am on April 25, 2020.
2020: The Year of Rebirth for ANZAC House
RSLWA is building towards a technologically advanced future, with its new ANZAC House Veteran Central to provide groundbreaking care for Veterans and their families. From humble beginnings in 1916, to the state-of-the-art facility currently under construction in 2019, ANZAC House has come a long way over the last century.