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The Lion & Tusk - Museum of the Rhodesian Services Association was establised 1 May 2018. It is located at Unit 10, 14 Portside Drive, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand. It houses our collection of artefacts, Rolls of Honour, books and journals as well as the CQ Store. It is our administration hub and focal point for socialising and for Remembrance Day gatherings. Click on the image below to see details and opening hours etc.
We are grateful for community support from TECT
Protect Rhodesian military history and records including Rolls of Honour. Donations can be made to the museum via our Givealittle page. Every dollar counts. Please click on the Donate button on the image below:
The Rhodesian Services Association (Inc.) is an Incorporated Society as well as a Registered Charity under the New Zealand Charities Act 2005. Our NZBN number is 9429043175826; our charity registration number is CC25203. Our details and certificate can be viewed on the Charities Commission website www.charities.govt.nz as well as on the Societies Register www.societies.govt.nz
Formed in New Zealand from a basis of people who served, or whose family served, in forces loyal to Rhodesia. At the inaugural AGM in October 2003 a committee was elected. The name Rhodesian Services Association and symbol of the Lion & Tusk was adopted signifying the representation of all arms of the forces through out the history of Rhodesia. The purpose of the Association is to provide benefit and education to the community. Our full rules document is in downloadable PDF file RhSA Rules.pdf
We have members throughout the world. Membership is not restricted to ex services personnel. We welcome anyone who has Rhodesian connection or interest. Membership subscription is NZ$25 for the financial year 1 October to 30 September.
Please email the Association Secretary on email@example.com for payment details or use this link to Pay Subs
Postal address for communication: The Secretary, PO Box 13003, Tauranga 3141, New Zealand
Use these links below to find us on social media and popular travel sites:
Rhodesian Services Association Facebook Group
Lion and Tusk Museum Facebook Public Page
Tourism Bay of Plenty