Anzac Day … a day of remembrance
Returning First World War Diggers formed the Returned & Services League of Australia (RSL) in 1916 to support returned service men and women and their families. The RSL has 1500 Sub Branches Australia wide and 240,000 members.
On Anzac Day, April 25, families, schools and sporting and community groups gather by the sea, at memorials and in RSL Clubs around the Sapphire Coast. Merimbula RSL Sub Branch organises activities each year.
ANZAC Day 2021
Muster at the Memorial in Beach Street Merimbula at 5.40 am for a Service commencing at 6.00 am.
Muster in front of Goodfellows Supermarket in Quondola Street at 8.40 am. March to Memorial opposite the Pambula Post Office for a Service and Wreath laying.
Muster at the side of the Merimbula RSL Club building at 10.40 am to march off to the Memorial in Beach Street, for a 11.00 am Service and Wreath laying.
*Club will open at normal time 10am on ANZAC DAY
2019 photo gallery