Bring your children or grandchildren in to the Ballina RSL Sub-Branch Museum.
The whole community and visitors are welcome.
The Combined Services Museum is located on the ground floor of the the Ballina RSL. Military memorabilia is displayed in the Museum, with pieces from the Boer War through to more recent Peace Keeping deployments. The displays include hundreds of artifacts, medals, original documents, uniforms, photographs and paintings, models, replicas and a DVD documentary presentation. The displays are constantly growing, as additional items are donated. If you are interested in donating military memorabilia to the Museum, please contact the Club.
The museum has not been created to glorify war, but to allow those who suffered the horrors of war to remember, and to help their families and friends understand a little of the hardships experienced during wartime activities.
The museum is always open during the trading hours of the Ballina RSL.
Larger groups and school classes are always welcome.
Guided tours can be arranged by calling Mac McCallum
at the Sub-Branch on 02 66 86 0133
The Sub-Branch office is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9am – 1pm