The Boronia RSL is nearing the completion of a major face lift with new suspended acoustic ceilings throughout, painting inside and out, rendering of all brickwork, new energy efficient LED lighting and a revamped sound system as well as CCTV security. The Sub-Branch which was formed in 1937 to look after the widows and dependants of those who had died or were wounded during World War 1 and it was called then the Boronia R.S.S.A.I.L.A. club*. Later on it was renamed the Returned & Services League.
Over the years the Sub-Branch through continuing refurbishments has evolved into what it is now become. The need to refurbish became apparent when the Sub-Branch started to look at the alternatives available to it. The costs to relocate and rebuild became prohibitive. The inside of the Sub-Branch is now clean, bright and cheerful and with the outside appearance changed it is now far more inviting to people wishing to become members of a traditional RSL Sub-Branch. Membership is open to all people wether they have served in the forces or not with three different memberships available.
With the refurbishment nearing completion the Sub-Branch has held onto its current location and the assets that the location will give to future members of the Sub-Branch.