The ROYAL OVER-SEAS LEAGUE VICTORIAN BRANCH (ROSL) is an organisation which - in its own words - "was set up to bring together like-minded people, to foster friendship and understanding between Commonwealth peoples of different cultures and nationalities and to work for the good of humanity at large. ROSL in Victoria boasts a wide cross-section of society and all ages."

The Royal Over-Seas League was founded in 1910 by Sir Evelyn Wrench to foster international friendship and understanding. ROSL operates under Royal Charter and ‘aims at promoting an enduring multi-racial fellowship pledged to the support of the Commonwealth and to the service of others and humanity at large’. It is required to encourage the arts, particularly among the young people of the Commonwealth.

ROSL seeks to fulfil its aims by:

•Supporting Commonwealth ideals

•Offering clubhouse hospitality to member

•Organising annual competitions for young artists and musicians

•Developing joint welfare projects for disadvantaged communities

•Providing a network of contact and representatives around the world.

ROSL has members throughout the world. There are branches or member groups in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Switzerland.

League events are neither formal nor obligatory, but rather of a social nature and focus on a broad range of interests. These include theatre parties, celebratory dinners, receptions and musical events organised throughout the year.


HM The Queen


HRH Princess Alexandra KG GCVO

Patron Australia

The Governor-General of Australia

Patron Victoria

The Governor

Chairman Australia & President Victoria

Jason Ronald OAM


Wednesday 5 June 2013


12 noon for 12.30pm

ESU House, 146 West Toorak Road, South Yarra

Sunday 9 June 2013

A Service will be held at 10.00am at St. George’s Anglican Church, 296 Glenferrie Road, Malvern

followed by morning tea with the congregation.

Guest Speaker to be announced

For event details please contact Miss Julie Sattler OAM, 1 / 50 Sutherland Road, Armadale 3143, Telephone: 9500 1947