Activities & Events
Castle Hill & District RSL sub-Branch activities and events.
Learn more about our activities and events.
Please click on event links for specific information, timings and location.
A short general meeting is held at the Castle Hill RSL Club on the second Monday of each month (excluding January), unless that day is a public holiday in which case the meeting is held the next day.
Supper (sandwiches, finger food and hot pastries), tea and coffee, soft drinks and beverages follow each meeting.
Fellowship is a key aspect of our meetings, offering a great opportunity to talk and network with like-minded serving and ex-serving individuals from across Australian and international armed forces.
If you are interested in becoming a member, you are most welcome to attend one of our sub-Branch meetings as a guest.
Please contact the sub-Branch to organise this attendance.
We look forward to seeing you!
Each year, our sub-Branch conducts several commemorative and community based activities and events including:
Australia Day flag planting at the Castle Hill Cemetery and Castlebrook Memorial Park
Anzac Day Dawn Service
Anzac Sunday Lunch
For more information on these and other commemorative events and how you can contribute, please contact our Vice President - Commemoration, Alain Dunand.
The sub-Branch hosts social activities including:
Several one day or overnight trips are held each year.
These are subsidised by the sub-Branch to allow members and partners to visit appropriate locations.
Members and spouses gather for a Christmas lunch in the Club, subsidised by the sub-branch. We also conduct an event for Christmas in July.
Morning Teas are held several times a year with a guest speaker. This suits members who cannot get out at night for the monthly meeting but all are welcome. Best to book in for catering purposes. Partners welcome.
Please contact our Social Secretary, Barry Pareezer for more information on our social activities.
In 2004 the sub Branch approved the sponsorship of a veterans’ gym program to be conducted at the RSL Club’s gym facility.
This group meet at 1.30pm or 2.30pm on Monday and Thursday each week to train.
In 2018, the programme was extended to enable younger veteran members who were not able to attend the gym during normal business hours, to train at a time to suit the individual.
The group training is conducted under the supervision of a qualified fitness instructor using the facilities of the Castle Hill Fitness and Aquatic Centre (CHFAC) for one hour on Mondays and Thursdays. New members commence the programme in the 1.30pm class. The Monday classes centre around aerobic and weight bearing activities and the Thursday classes are conducted in the downstairs pool and involve stretching, aerobic activities and a modified game of water polo.
For those who wish to train at a time to suit themselves, they are fully responsible for setting their own workout program. Support and advice can be provided by gym staff.
Should you be interested in joining one of the above activities or seek further details about having fun while improving your fitness while making new friends, please contact Phill Evenden, our Gym Coordinator.