Colin Newman, respected staff member, local surf lifesaving club member and grandfather has hit a milestone of 20 years employment. Find out a little about Colin's time here at the RSL. What was your role when you started in 1998?  I was accepted as an employee of Dee Why...

Dee Why RSL have been steady supporters of local organisation Manly Warringah Gymnastics Club (MWGC) for more than a decade. Based in Cromer, the MWGC has served our local community for over 30 years and now boasts over 2000 children and young adult members attending activities every week. MWGC CEO Ian Hardy says that the Club’s objective...

Have you ever played tourist for a day in your hometown? If you have, then you know spending time learning about your town or city can unveil some cool and quirky facts you probably didn’t know before. You might find a new cafe to visit or...

Founded by Prince Harry in 2014, the Invictus Games is an international adaptive sports event for wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women, both active duty and veterans. The Games use the healing power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and celebrate the crucial role...

Thank you to our members who helped raise over $37,000 during Veterans Centre Month. Once again, members of Dee Why RSL have gone above and beyond to support our current and former servicemen, servicewomen and their families, raising an incredible $37,400 throughout Veterans Centre Month. Dee Why...

Being part of 2017's Inaugural Resilience Luncheon prompted Dee Why RSL staff member, local community member and university student, Tamara Thompson to get involved with this year's Luncheon in support of our veteran community. How long have you worked at Dee Why RSL? I started in February...

The Veterans Centre Sydney Nothern Beaches staff knew that, after the incredible success of the Inaugural Resilience fundraiser in 2017, it was always going to be a hard act to follow. However, because of the generous organisations and individuals who contributed, a total of $159,000 was...

Let's Do Something is a donations drive in preparation for this year's 'Do Something Day,' a campaign about giving back to others. It's a celebration that recognises and encourages the extraordinary contributions made by everyday Australians and is an annual campaign Dee Why RSL is proud to be...

Dee Why RSL has long supported the Dee Why School for Seniors group through the Community Support Program. Their art and craft exhibition held each year at the RSL during NSW Seniors Festival is a highlight of the ‘School’s’ calendar and features works by local...