Sir Gilbert Joseph Cullen Dyett CMG (23 June 1891 – 19 December 1964) was an Australian World War I veteran of the Gallipoli Campaign, who was President of the Returned and Services League of Australia for 27 years, from 1919 to 1946.
He died in 1964, aged 73, following a long illness.
In 2003, a display on Dyett was created for the Eternity Hall at the National Museum of Australia. A collection of Dyett's memorabilia was unveiled in 2006 by Dyett's nephew at a dinner to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Bendigo and District branch of the Returned Services League. The collection, normally housed in a vault, includes war medals and photographs, as well as Dyett's writings.
- RSL (Victorian Branch), eMelbourne, accessed 22 January 2010
- Dyett, Sir Gilbert Joseph Cullen (1891 - 1964), J. N. I. Dawes, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 8, Melbourne University Press, 1981, pp 393-394.
- It's an Honour: CMG
- It’s an Honour: Knight Bachelor
- Sir Gilbert Dyett Dies, 73, The Melbourne Age, 21 December 1964
- Australians recorded for Eternity, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, accessed 22 January 2010
- RSL pays tribute to unsung hero, The Bendigo Advertiser, 12 August 2006
- Artwork of Dyett (Australian War Memorial)
- Photograph of Dyett laying a memorial wreath on Armistice Day 1943 (Australian War Memorial)
- Gilbert Dyett: architect of the R.S.L., 1992 MA thesis by Morna Sturrock
- Biographical cuttings on Sir Gilbert Dyett