From War to Remembrance - A Living History of the RSL

RSLWA is proud to present From War to Remembrance - A Living History of the RSL, a travelling exhibition created to celebrate the formation, purpose and the many and varied activities of the RSL throughout WA.

Visitors to the travelling exhibition can read about the history of the organisation, the RSL’s involvement in supporting veterans and their dependents, and our role within the local community.

The exhibition features photographs from the archives of the RSL and the State Library of Western Australia and access to an online interactive map detailing the formation and activities of the sub-branches of the RSL throughout WA.

This exhibition is currently showing at: Great Beyond Explorers Hall of Fame - Laverton. 5 Augusta Street LAVERTON.

For more information or to book the exhibition during available dates call ANZAC House on 9287 3799.

From War to Remembrance - A Living History of the RSL is presented by The Returned & Services League of Western Australia WA Branch Incorporated and was originally created in partnership with the State Library of Western Australia with support from Lotterywest and ABC Perth.

Where it has been

  • Newman Visitors Centre

  • Manjimup Library

  • Donnybrook Community Library

  • Northam Public Library

  • Ballajura Public Library

  • Lake Grace Art Space

  • Southern Cross Seniors Centre

  • Wagin Library and Gallery

  • Boddington Library

  • Shire of Williams

  • Mundaring Old Station Masters House

  • A.H. Bracks Library

  • Town of Victoria Park Library

  • Turquoise Coast Visitors Information Centre

  • City of Vincent Library