7 Field Regiment RAA Association Incorporated

Formed 27 May 1986

The Association’s objective is to promote welfare and recreation, to
foster esprit-de-corps, and to create a bond of comradeship between all members of the Association.


The 7th Field Artillery Brigade, 3rd Division, AIF was formed at the “Warren” a one time convent, in the suburb of Marrickville, NSW on 17 March 1916,  under the command of Lieutenant Colonel R. St. J. Pearce, VD.

The Brigade comprised Brigade Headquarters, 25, 26, 27 and 28 Field Batteries (each of four 18 pounder guns) and 7th Field Brigade Ammunition Column.

The Brigade embarked at Sydney on HMAT Argyllshire on the 11 May 1916. It arrived at Portsmouth, England on 11 July.

Training took place at Larkhill, Salisbury Plains, Wiltshire where the 23rd Howitzer Brigade was abolished and 107 Howitzer Battery of this Brigade, with 4.5 inch howitzers, was allocated to 7th Field Artillery Brigade. 28 Field Battery was allocated to a new artillery brigade, the 23rd Field Artillery Brigade.