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XMRC Now Open

XMRC Now Open

The Ex Military Rehabilitation Centre is now open to the public subject to the conditions in the Government Covid 19 safe plan which is available at the link below . Copies of the Safe plan will be available at XMRC reception and members, clients and visitors are...

Closure due to the COVID-19 virus

The Peter Badcoe V.C. Complex comprising the Ex Military Rehabilitation Centre and the Vietnam Veterans Association Northern Suburbs sub branch is closed to the public due to the Covid 19 Virus. All programmes including Helping Hand Aged Care project and our Brain...

Bunnings BBQs 2019

As part of the fundraising for XMRC, volunteers do BBQs and sausage sizzles. Bunnings Warehouse is a national hardware chain that allows community groups to have sausage sizzles at their stores daily, Bunnings provide the barbecue, the marque and the gas, the...

Study to improve Veteran Advocacy Services

Mr Robert Cornall AO has been appointed to lead an independent study that will provide recommendations to the Australian Government around a sustainable model of veterans’ advocacy services in Australia. Over the next few months he will be holding meetings in cities...

Bunnings BBQs 2018

As part of the fundraising for XMRC, volunteers do BBQs and sausage sizzles. Bunnings Warehouse is a national hardware chain that allows community groups to have sausage sizzles at their stores daily, Bunnings provide the barbecue, the marque and the gas, the...
Our Vehicles

Our Vehicles

The Ex-Military Rehabilitation Centre Inc (XMRC) has two buses that we use for transport. The first bus is a Ford Transit van with seating for 9 passengers, it was purchased with partial funding from a DVA grant, this has a wheelchair lift attached and is used for...