New to the RSL?

What are the benefits of membership?

You can help in the work of maintaining the hard won benefits for those who have served or are currently serving in the defence of our Country and for those who will carry the Defence burden in the future.

Welfare

Members can contribute to the welfare and well being of their less fortunate ex-service colleagues and their dependents, or members can be helped if need be.

Comradeship

The League provides a facility to continue the camaraderie of service life.

Patriotism

The RSL provides opportunity to maintain the Spirit of ANZAC through pride in Australia and the encouragement of our youth.

Who can join the RSL?

Any person who has served in any of the Australian Defence Forces in either of the two World Wars or in any thereafter of conflict, or for not less than six months in the Regular or Reserve Forces of any of the countries of the Commonwealth of Nations or of the United States of America or a country not an enemy of Australia, may join. 

Service Membership

For those who have served in the Australian Defence Forces or with Allied Forces in any theatre of conflict or for not less than six months in the Regular or Reserve Forces.

Service Membership

Service Membership Pro Rata

Reduced membership fees may apply for new Service Membership where it is sought midway through the year.

Pro Rata Membership

Affiliate Membership

For those who are related to a person eligible for Service Membership or who work for a paramilitary force such as Fire Brigade, Nurses, or Emergency Services.

Affiliate Membership

Central Membership

Apply to be a Central member of RSLWA:

Service Membership

Affiliate Membership

Already a member and wishing to renew? Renew your membership here.

As a member of the RSL, you will enjoy the privilege of having joined one of Australia's oldest and most revered organisations. An organisation committed to selfless service on behalf of the nation, which is dedicated to honouring those who have served our nation through military service, and that focuses on the care of veterans and their dependants.

The RSL welcomes you and encourages you to be a member. There is a membership category available to suit everyone. There are 130 RSL Sub Branches throughout Western Australia which can provide more information on how you can become involved.

For phone inquiries please call 9287 3705.