Dromana-Red Hill RSL

History

The Dromana-Red Hill RSL sub-branch was formed in 1919 in the building on the foreshore that is now used by the 1st Dromana Scout group.

The Sub-branch moved to its present location in 1963, and in 1984 amalgamated with the Red Hill RSL.

Because of the Sub-branch’s friendly atmosphere, membership came, not only from the Peninsula, but from all over Melbourne and surrounds.

Membership peaked at over 1,000 in 2007 and is still over 800 today.

Through a partnership with the Western Bulldogs, it continues to operate a dedicated office at the Gibson St venue which operates as a community-based “Peninsula Club”.

Download a more detailed summary of the history of the Dromana-Red Hill RSL Sub-branch.

Facilities

The Peninsula Club contributes 50% of all of its Club memberships directly to the RSL sub-branch and provides a range of services including office space free of charge to the Sub-branch.

The Sub-branch can be contacted on 03 5987 3155 and the Office Hours are Thursday and Fridays 10am -2pm and 5pm – 6pm

Lest we forgetThe Sub-branch Postal Address is:
P.O. Box 14
Dromana
VIC 3936