ANZAC Day 2019

Visit for information about the 2019 program for the Currumbin RSL ANZAC Day Dawn Service, Morning Service and other activities associated with ANZAC Day 2019.

About Australia Remembers

Currumbin RSL is proud to initiate the project called Australia Remembers. This  project is a program of events, Veteran fundraising activities and Remembrance activities set around Remembrance events including ANZAC Day with a focus on the commemoration between 2014 – 2018.

The Centenary of ANZAC 2014 to 2018 is the most important period of commemoration for Australians. This period marks 100 years since Australia’s involvement in the First World War, the ANZAC Centenary is a time to honour the sacrifice and service contributed by our original ANZACs, and the many of Australian servicemen and women who have defended and continue to defend our values and freedoms, in wars, conflicts and peace operations throughout a century of service.

On April 25, Currumbin RSL will commemorate 100 years since the fateful day when many Australian and New Zealand soldiers lost their lives on the shores of Gallipoli.  This day is recognised for its historical significance and also the part it played in shaping a new nation.

Through this website and activities, Currumbin Palm Beach RSL Sub Branch and Memorial Club aim to provide the opportunity for remembrance, reconciliation, community spirit and education.

To directly support our Veterans, Currumbin RSL established the Currumbin Palm Beach Veterans Support Centre. We also have close association with contemporary Veteran charities such as Soldier On – helping our wounded soldiers and Cam’s Cause. Soldier On focuses its support on contemporary Veterans.

As we move to 2019 and beyond we look to continue the ANZAC Spirit. For all information relating to ANZAC Day 2019 visit


ANZAC Day 2019

Visit for information about the 2019 program for the Currumbin RSL ANZAC Day Dawn Service, Morning Service and other activities associated with ANZAC Day 2019.

About Currumbin RSL

Currumbin RSL is located along Currumbin Creek on the Gold Coast. It strives to be ‘The Best Little Club in the World’ and over the years has won several Clubs Queensland awards such as Best Club Gold Coast, Best Community Contribution and Best Dining. The Club has over 23,000 members, employ’s 165 staff and with all of our suppliers has a direct impact on an additional 4,138 jobs.

The Club subscribes to the National RSL Mission, Role and Objectives which is: “To ensure that programs are in place for the well-being, care, compensation and commemoration of serving and ex-service Defence Force members and their dependents; and promote Government and community awareness of the need for a secure, stable and progressive Australia.”

The Club is known as a social enterprise which exists to provide community benefit through financial, social and environmental contributions. Over the past five years the Club has contributed just over $4million to the local community via financial and in-kind support.

Currumbin RSL is the creator and manages of one of Australia’s largest ANZAC Day Dawn services held at Elephant Rock, Currumbin on the Gold Coast.

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Currumbin RSL Veterans’ Support Centre

In successful operation for almost 20 years, the Currumbin RSL Veterans Support Centre (VSC) is run by two paid staff and over 20 volunteers with all arms of the Defence Force represented.  The centre is funded almost exclusively by Currumbin RSL with support from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA).

They exist to offer assistance to both current and ex-service personnel and their families through personal support, legal advice, hospital and home visits, accessing entitlements and providing a social hub.

A recent analysis undertaken showed that over the past five years the VSC had accessed over $9M in entitlement for Veterans and their families.  As important, if not more so, in the past 12 months they have provided over 6,000 hours of volunteer work including home, hospital and respite care visits.

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Young Veteran Support Services

The Currumbin Young Veteran Support Services (YVSS) program is the first of its kind for any RSL in south east Queensland.  The program offers social, education and employment opportunities for young veterans.

Features of the Young Veteran Support Services

  • The program assists young veterans transition into civilian employment through pre-employment programs, assistance with job placement and post placement support through expert case management support
  • The program is considerate of the young veterans family needs and home life
  • A partnership between our Young Veteran Services Coordinator that is based on empathy, dignity and respect
  • Case management is individualised to the young veteran

For more information on YVSS CALL (07) 55340968.

Learn more about YVSS.

Thank you

There are many staff, volunteers and local  businesses involved in the preparation of ANZAC Day and all the events leading upto ANZAC Day. Currumbin RSL would like to acknowledge you and thank you greatly for this kind contribution of time and support of theses events and helping to grow the Gold Coast community spirit.