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Currently, 4 RAR Associations of Australia does not have a registered association in Tasmania to circulate news, or information regarding events and reunions to members residing in Northern Territory.
Tasmania is represented and administered by 4 RAR Association, Qld.

Mr Allan Wood of Lillydale, Tasmania has volunteered his services as the Liason Officer representing Tasmania on the committee of the 4 RAR Association, Qld.
Allan may be contacted on (03) 6395 6288 or albawood@activ8.net.au

To volunteer and/or make inquiries about establishing an association in Tasmania, please contact

The Secretary
Spin Woodbury
4 RAR Assoc, Qld
PO Box 70
ACACIA RIDGE QLD 4110
apriced4@bigpond.net.au

All enquiries are strictly confidential, without any obligation and the 4 RAR Assoc, Qld will provide assistance in order to raise and operate a 4 RAR Association in Tasmania.

Become part of the 4 RAR community.
By devoting a few hours a month you will be rewarded in the knowledge that you have made a significant contribution to 4 RAR Associations of Australia and your fellow warriors.

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Over 1,500 Tasmanians served in the Vietnam conflict in the decade 1965 and 1974, with 704 being conscripted under the National Service Act.
Seventeen (17) Tasmanian men lost their lives in Vietnam.    LEST WE FORGET.
Where are You ? Those who served in 4 RAR/NZ (ANZAC) during the battalions two tours to Vietnam.
The conscripts whose Army Number commenced with the number 6, and the Regular Army personnel who served in the battalion.

This is YOUR association; and it's about mates who will never forget you; and YOUR battalion, that forever honours your service.

Join up and help perpetuate the spirit of 4 RAR.