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ROYAL AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT ASSOCIATIONS

States

Queensland RAR Association
South Australia RAR Association
Victoria RAR Association
New South Wales RAR Association
Western Australia RAR Association
Tasmania RAR Association
Northern Territory RAR Association
Australian Capital Territory RAR Association

 

Battalion Associations

1 RAR
2 RAR
3 RAR
4 RAR
5 RAR
6 RAR
7 RAR
8 RAR
9 RAR National
9 RAR (Qld)
2/4 RAR
8/9 RAR
5/7 RAR

 

Corps of the Australian Army
Corps of Staff Cadets
RAINF
RRAA
RAE
RASigs
AABC
RACT
RAAMC
RAANC
RAADC
RACMP

Australian Army Infantry Museum

Australian Defence Force Trackers & War Dogs Association

Fort Queenscliff Museum

National Vietnam Veterans Museum

Royal Australian Regiment Foundation

The National Malaya & Borneo Veterans Association Australia

Touchbase. Out of the Service, but still in touch.

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EX-SERVICE ORGANISATIONS

 

THE RETURNED AND SERVICES LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA

Its role is to serve the interests of its members, veterans, the ex-service community and members of the Australian Defence Force in relation to welfare, advocacy and repesentation and assistance

www.rsl.org.au

 

 

RSL CARE

RSL Care is one of Australia's most respected, not-for-profit providers of HomeCare, retirement living and residential care to the ex-service and wider communities.

www.rslcare.com.au

 

 

THE VIETNAM VETERANS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA

It provides information of interest to Australian Vietnam Veterans and information about Australia's involvement in the war, units, service men and women

www.vvaa.org.au

VIETNAM VETERANS FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIA

It is dedicated to the welfare of all Veterans and their families

www.vvfagranville.org.au

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION OF TOTALLY AND PERMANENTLY

INCAPACITATED EX-SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN

It provides information for ex-service personnel who are entitled to the Special Rate of Pension (TPIs) or receive support from the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Scheme

www.tpifed.org.au

 

KOREAN VETERANS ASSOCIATION

www.austkoreavets.asn.au

 

 

THE NATIONAL SERVICEMEN'S ASSOCIATION

www.nashoaustralia.org.au

 

 

LEGACY

Legacy is dedicated to the task of caring for the widow(ers) and dependents of deceased servicemen and women

www.legacy.com.au

 

AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPERS AND PEACEMAKERS VETERANS' ASSOCIATION

www.peacekeepers.asn.au

 

DEFENCE FORCE WELFARE ASSOCIATION

The Defence Force Welfare Association (DFWA), formerly known as the Regular Defence Force Welfare Association, advises, assists and promotes the welfare of serving and former members of the Australian Defence Force, their dependants and their widow(ers).

www.dfwa.org.au

 

THE PARTNERS OF VETERANS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA

The P.V.A. intends to fill the identified, large gap of need overlooked by other ex-service organizations and government departments, as determined by the association's own, detailed research.

www.pva.org.au

 

GOVERNMENT

 

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT

www.aph.gov.au

 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

www.defence.gov.au

ARMY

www.defence.gov.au/army

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
It offers information about pensions and allowances, health assistance, housing support and commemeration services

www.dva.gov.au

AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

www.awm.gov.au

 

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The Alliance of Defence Service Organisations; (ADSO), more commonly called “The Alliance”, comprises some of Australia’s major military past service organisations as members: the Defence Force Welfare Association (DFWA); the Naval Association of Australia (NAA); the Royal Australian Regiment Associations / Corporation (RARC); the Australian Special Air Services Association (ASASA); and the RAAF Association (RAAFA); and partners the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia (VVAA) and the Australian Peacekeepers and Peacemakers Veterans Association (APPVA). They provide member support services to the Defence Family of past and current serving men and women and their families.

http://standto.org/

 

 

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Last Updated: 29 October 2017