Our Museum

The current Port Lincoln RSL sub branch club rooms were built and opened in 1953. The memorabilia from various conflicts in which Australian service men and women have been involved, have been donated by members and visitors and are displayed in three main areas of the clubrooms – the foyer, the main room by the bar and in the pool room.

The collection includes uniforms, medals, photographs, documents, flags, guns and other military equipment as well as a number of items ‘souvenired’ by military personnel such as rock from Gallipoli and pieces from the POW built Burma railway. There are also various local Honor Rolls displayed in the foyer and items relating to the history of the RSL sub branch in Port Lincoln.

Australian Nursing Service

Immerse yourself in the little known history of Australia women in the military.

Indigenous Soldiers

Learn about the rarely publicised stories behind our First Nations people serving their country during wartime.

Vietnam War

Find out more about Australian troops serving in international crises.

Peacekeeping 75th Anniversary

Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Australian Peacekeeping.

Museum Opening Hours

Other times by prior arrangement.

Monday 10AM - 3PM
Wednesday 10AM - 3PM
Friday 10AM - 3PM

Port Lincoln RSL Club
(08) 8682 3594
14 Hallett Pl, Port Lincoln SA 5606