Recently, 80 personnel, including 68 cadets and staff, from the Indonesian Sail Training Ship KRI Dewaruci visited HMAS Sydney, while both ships were berthed alongside Victoria Quay in Fremantle.
Those planning to attend the many activities associated with the International Fleet Review will have an easier time keeping track of what’s on offer with mobile phone application being launched next week by the Royal Australian Navy.
The Royal Australian Navy is searching for descendants of the sailors and officers who sailed into Sydney Harbour on 4 October 1913 aboard the seven ships of the original Royal Australian Navy fleet.
One thousand officers and sailors from the Royal Australian Navy establishments HMAS Creswell and HMAS Albatross marched through the streets of Nowra today, exercising their 'freedom of entry' into the city.
Elizabeth Street, North Hobart, is one of Tasmania's favourite restaurant and dining strips. On Sunday, 25 August, that strip became Tassie's 'New Orleans' as jazz bands took over many of the neighbourhood cafés, restaurants, pubs and even the local Uniting Church.
This Saturday, personnel from the HMAS Harman Community Engagement Watch-bill will again participate in the annual Australian Defence Force Academy Open Day.
Navy personnel from Garden Island in Western Australia are all geared up to participate in what has become an annual extravaganza of all things 'maritime.'
The International Fleet Review promises to be a celebration of diversity, as Sydney's multicultural population mingles with sailors from around the world.
The Royal Australian Navy is calling on Sydney’s diverse cultural communities to welcome the thousands of international sailors expected in Sydney in early October for the International Fleet Review.
Brisbane residents packed King George Square on Friday night to help the Royal Australian Navy mark the start of Queensland Navy Week.