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The Vietnam Veterans Centre at Osborne House remains closed for an unspecified period of time while repair works by the City of Greater Geelong take place.

The Vietnam Veterans Centre is operating from a temporary office at 31 Mt Pleasant Road, Belmont, and it serves as a meeting and drop-in centre on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10.00am and 3.00pm, excluding public holidays.  Our office contact number is 03 52433700.

Vietnam Veterans Centre, Belmont

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   Please Note:  The Geelong Vietnam Veterans Museum at Osborne House Swinburne Street, North Geelong, is currently closed whilst building repairs are being carried out by The City of Greater Geelong.

 

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A selection of Rememberance panels and inlaid plaques along the walkway, part of the Vietnam Veterans Avenue of Honour and Memorial Park Precinct, Melbourne Road, North Geelong.  If you are in Geelong, make a point of visiting the Avenue of Honour, take a walk along the avenue and see for yourself the plaques and panels commemorating those who served in Vietnam – 1965-1972.

 
  • Avenue of Honour Large Image Panel: H.M.A.S. Sydney
 

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Don’t forget your 2019 Vietnam Veterans Day Service at the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, on Sunday August 18th, preceded by a Gunfire Breakfast.  Contact the Vietnam Veterans Centre, Belmont, for more details, and travel arrangements.

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Contact the Geelong Surf Coast Veterans Centre for all matters relating to welfare and pensions. You can visit the centre at 14 Griffith Street, Grovedale, or call 03-5222 6003.

OPEN ARMS – VETERANS and FAMILIES COUNSELLING

“Open Arms – Veterans and Families Counselling” formerly known as “Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service (VVCS)” and Veterans Line can be reached 24 hours a day across Australia, for crisis support and free  and confidential counselling.                                                                                                                                                         Open Arms – Veterans and Family Counselling is a national mental health service that provides 24 hour free and confidential counselling, group programs and suicide prevention training for current and ex-serving ADF members, and their families. To get support or to find out more, call 1800011046 or visit “www.OpenArms.gov.au“.

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“Honour The Dead But Fight Like Hell For The Living”

VVAA (Vietnam Ribbon Bar)