Meeting at John Tyler’s produce store on Main Street, the Osborne Park RSL Sub-Branch was formed by returned World War I veterans on 14th April 1919.  Shortly after, the town donated two blocks of land near Cape and Main Street to the Sub-Branch for their own hall.

Thanks to funds raised by the local community, and with bricks made by Sub-Branch members, the Osborne Park RSL Sub-Branch Memorial Hall was opened by First World War General and Western Australian Architect Sir Talbot Hobbs on the 22nd November 1930.

Sub-Branch members meeting at John Tyler’s store, 1919.
ANZAC Day at the Memorial Hall, circa 1930s.