Terms and Conditions2017-04-19T22:46:13+00:00

Terms and Conditions

This website is owned and operated by The Returned & Services League of Australia Limited (ABN 63 008 488 097) (we, us or our).
Your continued use of this website is subject to these terms and those we display on the website for any particular product or service.
1. By using the website you may:

(a) order a product or service from us;

(b) make a donation to us;

(c) request us to send you our newsletter; and

(d) view information about our members’ interests or us.

2. An order must be in the form and contain the information we require from time to time. We may accept your order in full, partially or we may reject it. You may not cancel an order unless we agree. Your order is not effective unless your payment is processed.

3. If we sell a product or service to you we do this on the basis of the description we apply to it and no other description applies. You rely on your own knowledge, experience in selecting the product or service. You do not rely on our skill or judgment. Any image displayed with a product is illustrative only of the product type. There may be slight variations between the image and the actual product. Any stated measurements are approximate.

4. Risk in a product passes to you when it leaves our possession.

5. We will deliver the product you order to the place you specify at the time of ordering. The product is delivered if our agent or we obtain a receipt signed by a person at the destination. If the destination is unattended we may deliver the product by leaving it at the destination. If we give you a delivery time, it is an estimate only. We will attempt to achieve it, but we are not liable for any delay.

6. We will rectify our failure to deliver product of the quantity or description you order if:

(a) you notify us of the failure within 14 days of our delivery giving us the details we request;
(b) you have not cut or used the product; and
(c) you return the product to us promptly or when we ask.

7. We have provided the information on this website in good faith and derived it from sources we believe are accurate. We have not verified all the information and accordingly some may not be complete or accurate for your purposes.

8. We cannot ensure the security of any information you transmit to the website. You transmit to the website at your own risk.

9. All warranties and implied terms are excluded, except if the exclusion would avoid this provision. If a warranty is not excluded, our obligation under it is limited, if the law allows, at our option to:

(a) in the case of services, supplying the services again or paying the cost of having those services supplied again; and
(b) in the case of a product, replacing the product or supplying an equivalent product or paying the cost of either, or repairing the product.

10. We are not otherwise liable to you for any loss or damage in connection with the use of this website or a linked website. For example, we are not liable for any loss that you or another person incurs:

(a) If information on the website or a linked website is out of date, inaccurate, incomplete or misleading.
(b) Unless these terms state otherwise, in connection with a product or service which you buy from us.
(c) If there is interference with or damage to your computer. It is for you to put in place appropriate security.
(d) If the information you transmit to the website is not secure.
(e) Which is indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages or loss of profits.

11. You indemnify us in connection with any liability we incur relating to your use of this website or any information you provide to us.

12. We own or have the right to use the trademarks used on this website. You must not use them without our prior written consent.

13. The information on this website is intended for use in Australia. If you reside outside Australia, you use this website at your own risk. If you choose to purchase a product or service from, or make a donation to, us you must ensure that you are complying with local laws.

14. Links to other websites are for your convenience. We do not control them. They may not be up to date or contain accurate information. We do not necessarily endorse, approve or recommend them or their content.

15. If you link your website to this website, your website must not contain any material which may adversely affect our reputation or disparage another person or entity. Your website must not contain illegal, sexually explicit, offensive, denigrating, discriminatory, defamatory, abusive, threatening or misleading material. Further, you must not claim or imply any association with us or endorsement or approval by us without our prior written consent.

16. We may limit your use of this website at any time.

17. You may not copy, modify, distribute, store, transmit, publish or display any part of this website, any computer software or code contained in this website or commercialise any information obtained from it without our prior written consent.

18. We may amend these terms at any time by including the new terms on the website.

19. Privacy of your information is important to us and we take steps to protect your information. We may use cookies on this website to gather data and you consent to this. For tracking we use WordPress, Google, and Facebook. We will store your name, email address, contact details and details relating to any purchase or donation. We do not store your credit card data.

20. Any provision which is prohibited or unenforceable in any jurisdiction is, as to that jurisdiction, ineffective to the extent only of the prohibition or unenforceability without invalidating the remaining provisions or affecting the validity or enforceability of the provisions in any other jurisdiction.

21. These terms are governed by the laws of the Australian Capital Territory.

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RSL Tasmania The members of RSL Tasmania Branch congratulate Robert and look forward to working with him during his term as RSL National President
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Defence Community Organisation Want to send some Christmas cheer to our deployed troops? You can send them an email or care package!

Christmas care parcels of non-perishable goods must be received at Defence by Friday, 8 December 2017, and there are some guidelines and restrictions on what you can send. Please note, Defence can’t accept care packages for Military Working Dogs or Explosive Detection Dogs due to their strict diet and training requirements.

For all the details, visit http://bit.ly/2iPTUBS
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Veterans Film Festival RSL National shared Veterans Film Festival's post.
Air Chief Marshal Mark Binskin On Remembrance Day, we remember the sacrifice of more than 102,000 Australians whose names are recorded on Australia’s Roll of Honour.We acknowledge the ongoing suffering of those who returned and recognise all those who have served in historic and contemporary conflicts as well as those on operations today. #Lestweforget.
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Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs Today on Remembrance Day we pause and reflect on the sacrifices of all current and former ADF personnel.
Lest we forget.
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Poppy Appeal Australia A heartwarming message from veteran Joel. We will remember our past and present servicemen and women tomorrow on #RemembranceDay.
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Veterans MC Federal Chapter, Canberra Australia We are Military Veterans and Bikers, a Brotherhood that exists to support veterans, veteran's families and the biker lifestyle.
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Photos from RSL National's post Kath Swansbra is a resident of Parkes, NSW and is aged 78. She has been cake decorating for over 30 years having swapped to cake decorating from dress making. She started by completing a cake decorating course at TAFE. This cake took Kath 3 months to complete and is a donation to Telopea Park School in Canberra. She loves what she does and hopes this important story of Villers-Brettenoux will reach school children better through her work. The cake tells the story of what happened to Villers-Brettenoux during World War 1 each side of the cake includes: Children attending to the Australian war graves in Villers-Brettenoux, the courtyard at the Victoria School in Villers-Brettenoux, the devastation of the 2009 Victorian bushfires, the plaque at Victoria school - Villers-Brettenoux, an Australian Soldier helping a French man in the rubble of Villers-Brettenoux following the war, an image of the war memorial at Villers-Brettenoux and pennies representing the money raised by the Australian children to send to Villers-Brettenoux to rebuild their school.
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Military Shop View it first! This wonderful new clip shares our pride in the famous war horses of the light horse – the Aussie bred Waler. A timeless clip made especially for the Beersheba centenary happening today and the beautiful figurines created to celebrate the Australian Light Horse at this special time. View the collection here: https://www.militaryshop.com.au/features/beersheba.html
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Military Shop These amazing canvas WWI replica haversacks with antique finish RSL key tags celebrate the first centenary of the RSL. Add this stunning set to your wardrobe and celebrate the first 100 years of Australia's commitment to looking after our returned veterans.
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Military Shop Watch our special Australian Light Horse Beersheba video made especially for the Beersheba centenary and the beautiful figurines we created to celebrate the Australian Light Horse at this special time. View the collection here: https://www.militaryshop.com.au/features/beersheba.html
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RSL ACT Branch Veteran's Health Week - Remount Trip. Adam Little one of our participant wrote: One Veteran wrote on his face book page the following: Today I had the pleasure of being invited by the ACT RSL and Remount which is a program set up for Veterans of all ages who are struggling with PTSD or other personal life issues. Listening and chatting with these veterans and instructors was and absolutely amazing experience. So if you are struggling in life or know someone who is, get in contact with the Remount team as there relaxed and professional and there facilities out on the farm are amazing.
Thank you Adam.
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Photos from RSL National's post Universal Pictures 'Darkest Hour' wins the 2017 Veterans Film Festival 'Best Feature Film Red Poppy Award'.
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Great honour to speak at the opening of the 2017 Veteran Film Festival at the Australian War Memorial last night. Looking forward to the awards night on Saturday at the Australian Defence Force Academy. Please visit veteransfilmfestival.com for more info on screenings and seminars.
Tom Papas (Veterans Film Festival) and Jade Perry (Universal Pictures Australia) at last nights opening ceremony. Great evening and great film. Well done.
Preparations underway for tonight's Australian Premier of Universals 'Darkest Hour'. Opening film for the 2017 Veterans Film Festival at the Australian War Memorial.
Darkest Hour - Official International Trailer (Universal Pictures) HD Darkest Hour to open 2017 Veterans Film Festival
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Darkest Hour to open 2017 Veterans Film Festival
2017 Veterans Film Festival Trailer2 Max 720p The 2017 Veterans Film Festival will soon be playing out in Canberra.
Visit www.veteransfilmfestival.com to book your tickets.
The Last Post magazine The Last Post last week visited Sydney and then Canberra to attend firstly a seminar on Japan-Australia Post-War Reconciliation efforts and then the RSL National Conference 2017, both held at the Hotel Realm Canberra. On the Wednesday there was also a wreath laying ceremony held at the Australian War Memorial. On Wednesday night there was a cocktail function co-hosted with the Japanese Embassy and attended by Japanese Embassy staff and the Japanese Ambassador. On Thursday at the conference, Adrian Campbell from Rotary Camberwell accepted the Seeds of Peace, Peace Prize. The DVA, represented by Simon Lewis, spoke about the need to continue a good working relationship/partnership with the RSL. The theme of suicide prevention and PTSD was visited by speakers. The wonderful Sharon Bown, Wing Commander and on the council of the AWM and author and a contemporary veteran, spoke about the challenges she faced after suffering serious injuries, as an army nurse, in a helicopter crash in 2004. Sharon spoke about PTSD and the “fear of fear”. RSL National President Robert Dick played a major role in the conference that carried the theme, Be Part of The Change. The Last Post is hoping to interview Robert soon to speak about the challenges facing today’s RSL. On the Thursday also Connie Boglis spoke about the challenges faced following the suicide of her loving partner, Jesse Stephen Bird. Her speech, Changing Times was poignant. At the Conference dinner on Thursday night, The Stilettos entertained the crowd and The Last Post met up with film maker Tom Papas, who is putting together the Veterans Film Festival in Canberra in October and Chairman of Legacy Australia, Tony Ralph and Brandnet boss Stephen Davie. Keynote speeches from RSL National President Robert Dick and RSL National CEO, Georgie Macris were well appreciated. The Last Post will keep working with like-minded souls in the RSL to make sure the organisation continues as a successful as well as transparent and modern representative for veterans of all ages. Minister Tehan and Shadow Minister Amanda Rishworth MP also attended Mel Fawcett The Last Post out NOV 3
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RSL ACT Branch http://www.actrsl.org.au/veterans-health-week/
Join us for VHW contact the office 02 6260 6344 to reserve your place.
Remount - 21 October 17
Canberra Martial Arts 24-25 October 17
Vida Wellness and Rehabilitation 26 October 17
Frontline Yoga 23-26 October 17
Pitch and Putt 27 October 17
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Talissa Papamau Was interviewed by RSL National CEO yesterday as part of a project leading up to their National Conference. The theme for which is 'Be a part of the change.'
Change which is sorely needed...
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7 News Brisbane This year more than 50 veterans have taken their own lives.
This year more than 50 veterans have taken their own lives. A Gold Coast family who lost their son say a Senate Inquiry into soldier's suicide is not enough.


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Timeline Photos The RSL welcomes the release of the Senate Reference Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Report -The Constant Battle: Suicide by Veterans Suicide.