Sheds Health & Wellbeing Program

Our Programs include:

  • Art
  • Metalwork
  • Woodwork
  • Lead lighting
  • Gem polishing
  • Computer access
  • Coffee and catch up

Open: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9am – 12pm
Areas open – All areas.
Participants must be fully vaccinated or have a medical exemption.

You must sign into the BDRSL Sheds via the QR code and log book and have vaccination
status confirmed by the COVID Check-in Marshal.

If you enter the venue you will need to do so via the front doors and will be required to sign into
the venue and show vaccination proof.

All BDRSL Sheds participants will be able to access the program again under the following

• Do not attend the Sheds if you are at all unwell, have COVID-19 symptoms or are
awaiting a COVID test result.
• Sign in and out of the Sheds via the QR Code and logbook upon entering and exiting
the Sheds. COVID Check-In Marshal is responsible to ensure all persons do so and are
double vaccinated.
• Must be fully vaccinated or have a medical exemption.
• Before you arrive at the shed you must sanitise your hands.
• For your own safety, sanitise equipment before use as well as after.

Getting Involved

The Bendigo District RSL Sheds Health & Wellbeing program is one of a few fantastic health & wellbeing programs on offer to veterans and dependants. The BDRSL Sheds Health & Wellbeing program is a place of encouragement and support for all veterans and dependants. The Sheds provide a fantastic opportunity to develop or learn skills, create peer supports and improve your overall health & wellbeing through a creative hands on approach in a safe, relaxed and engaging environment.

The Sheds are located onsite here at the Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch in Havilah Road.

Come in for a cuppa and a chat or work on a project, it is up to you.


Contact Information

To contact the BDRSL Sheds



In 2019 we presented the Bendigo CFA (Country Fire Authority) with a kids helicopter named ‘Rosie’.
This helicopter is to help keep the kids entertained when the CFA talk to parents about fire safety measures at local school fetes, markets etc.

It is one of 2 helicopters that the BDRSL Sheds Health & Wellbeing program made as part of our ongoing commitment to giving back to our community.

*Under Victorian legislation, a veteran is someone who has served, or is serving, in the Armed Forces of Australia, or the forces of another Commonwealth country (ie: New Zealand, United Kingdom, India) or Allied (ie: United States of America, France) country. The individual does not need to have seen active/warlike service overseas to meet the definition. Both full-time/regular and part-time/reserve service falls within the criteria.

**In accordance with Branch By-Law’s regarding patriotic welfare funds monies, may only be spent on Veterans & dependants (as defined by the Branch By-Laws).