99 Toorbul Street Bongaree, QLD 4507


Office Open: Mon - Fri 9:00am until 12 Noon

.
Call us

07 3408 0450

.
Mail us
secretary@bribierslsubbranch.org.au

12th/16th Hunter River Lancers

12th 16th Hunter River Lancers

 

Hunter River Lancers
The 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers is an Australian Army Reserve cavalry regiment. It was formed on 1 May 1948, although it draws its lineage from units that were originally formed in the 1880s. It is currently a Light Cavalry unit equipped with Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles.

The regiment forms part of the 11th Brigade, attached to the 2nd Division and draws its members from regional centres in northern New South Wales, hence the reference to the Hunter River.

Since 2000 the regiment has provided individuals as reinforcements to round-out Regular Army units deploying overseas on peacekeeping operations and in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

 


 

Maritime Safety Military Cadets

Maritime Safety Military Cadets Bribie Island

 

Maritime Safety Military Cadets was formed on 9th May 2014 by four directors that were unhappy about the youth of Bribie Island and surrounding suburbs having nothing to do on a Friday night and weekend. 2015 brought Army Cadets into the group.

They wanted to give all kids aged between 10 and 18 an opportunity to just be themselves and learn amazing skills.

We hope to encourage kids and young adults to take a stand, be an individual, as well as being part of a team.

 

 

 

MSMC-Bribie-Island

 


 

Australian Navy Cadets Koopa logo

 

TS Koopa Australian Navy Cadets

 The Australian Navy Cadets (ANC) is a voluntary youth organisation supported by the Community and sponsored by the Royal Australian Navy.

The Australian Navy Cadets (ANC) is a leading provider of youth development experiences, sponsored by the Royal Australian Navy and aims to build teamwork and leadership skills in young people through exciting and rewarding adventure and maritime activities and quality learning opportunities.

 

 

 

 ts koopa navy cadets