Welcome to the website of the
Royal South Australia Regiment Association
Members of The Association are former and serving members of the Royal South Australia Regiment (RSAR) and its predecessor units, namely:
10/27 Battalion Royal South Australia Regiment
10 Battalion Royal South Australia Regiment
43 Battalion Royal South Australia Regiment
27 Battalion Royal South Australia Regiment
1 Battalion Royal South Australia Regiment
27th Battalion South Australian Scottish Regiment
43/48th Infantry Battalion
10th Infantry Battalion
27th Infantry Battalion
43rd Infantry Battalion
48th Infantry Battalion
50th Infantry Battalion
Former and serving members of these units are invited to contact The Secretary to discuss joining the Association.
The Association has branches in Adelaide and Mount Gambier, South Australia.
To perpetuate the Royal South Australia Regiment
- To cultivate and maintain the comradeship created during service with the Regiment.
- To provide enjoyment for members and partners through social activity.
- To raise funds necessary for achievement of the objectives and to acquire any property needed for that purpose.
- To act as custodians of the Regimental Museum, in association with units of The Regiment.
- To provide and present to serving members of The Regiment, special awards that acknowledge outstanding achievement in certain fields.
This Association is made up of personnel who signed up to “do their bit!”
Some members are from National Service and Citizen Military Forces (CMF) days, and some are current serving members of The Regiment (10/27 Bn RSAR). They regard serving their country and holding down a full time job to be par for the course.
The Metropolitan (Adelaide) branch meets regularly for lunch.
The South East (Mount Gambier) branch meets every month in the evening.
Some members have over 10 years service in the defence of Australia.
A number of Victoria Crosses were won by soldiers serving with South Australia Regiments in the First and Second World Wars.