Topic: HMAS Moreton

Moreton volunteers make great headway with Brisbane Badge Week efforts

Published on by LCDR Anne Mena (author), CPO Paul Cannard (photographer), Kate Scott (photographer)

HMAS Moreton volunteers at Anzac Square, Brisbane, supporting Legacy Badge Week 2019. (photo: CPO Paul Cannard)

HMAS Moreton volunteers at Anzac Square, Brisbane, supporting Legacy Badge Week 2019.

Legacy Week is a time when Legacy sells its iconic badges and other merchandise to raise funds for the vital work it does for families of veterans. Legacy Week is always the first week of September and has been held since World War II.

Moreton reflects on the service of Australia's Vietnam Vets

This article has photo gallery Published on by Royal Australian Navy (author), Images courtesy of Norman Park National Servicemen’s Sub Branch (photographer)

Commander Andy Clowes joins Vietnam veterans at a Vietnam Veterans Day commemorative service at Anzac Square in Brisbane. (photo: Unknown)

Commander Andy Clowes joins Vietnam veterans at a Vietnam Veterans Day commemorative service at Anzac Square in Brisbane.

HMAS Moreton represented Navy at two separate events in Brisbane on 18 August that commemorated the battles of the Vietnam War and those who served in them.

Shared love of the sea takes Navy to Bundaberg for Oceanfest

This article has photo gallery Published on by Royal Australian Navy (author), WO Mark Donlan (photographer)

Warrant Officer Mark Donlan and Chief Petty Officer Paul Cannard from HMAS Moreton's Community Engagement Team with Australian Navy Cadets from Training Ship Bundaberg, at Oceanfest 2019. (photo: )

Warrant Officer Mark Donlan and Chief Petty Officer Paul Cannard from HMAS Moreton's Community Engagement Team with Australian Navy Cadets from Training Ship Bundaberg, at Oceanfest 2019.

The Royal Australian Navy joined the people of Bundaberg recently to celebrate something near and dear to both the Queensland town and the senior service: the sea.

Moore building passes its first test

Published on by LS Hayden Eyles (author and photographer)

Participants of the Department of Defence Consultative Forum outside HMAS Moreton’s new Multi-User Facility - the Moore Building. (photo: LS Hayden Eyles)

Participants of the Department of Defence Consultative Forum outside HMAS Moreton’s new Multi-User Facility - the Moore Building.

HMAS Moreton’s expanding footprint in Brisbane and South East Queensland is almost complete with its new multi-user facility and conference centre getting a trial run by the Department of Defence Consultative forum.

Moreton crew put their backs into preserving Navy history

This article has photo gallery Published on by LS Hayden Eyles (author and photographer)

Personnel from HMAS Moreton lend a hand at the Queensland Maritime Museum, Brisbane. (photo: LS Hayden Eyles)

Personnel from HMAS Moreton lend a hand at the Queensland Maritime Museum, Brisbane.

HMAS Moreton joined forces with the incredible volunteers at the Queensland Maritime Museum on a beautiful winter’s day in June.

Men and women of Moreton put their resilience to the test

Published on by LS Hayden Eyles (author and photographer)

The ship’s company of HMAS Moreton gathers on top of Mount Coolum after a hot climb as part of its annual resilience training activity. (photo: )

The ship’s company of HMAS Moreton gathers on top of Mount Coolum after a hot climb as part of its annual resilience training activity.

The ship’s company of HMAS Moreton have put their resilience to the test in a training activity at the Glass House Mountains, just north of Brisbane.

More tons of rubbish removed from Brisbane foreshore

Published on by LS Hayden Eyles (author and photographer)

A team of volunteers from HMAS Moreton stand proudly behind rubbish they picked up from the Bulimba shore front on Clean Up Australia Day. (photo: )

A team of volunteers from HMAS Moreton stand proudly behind rubbish they picked up from the Bulimba shore front on Clean Up Australia Day.

HMAS Moreton has once again donned protective gloves and high-vis vests to participate in Clean Up Australia Day 2019.

HMAS Moreton wins the prestigious Governor’s Cup

Published on by MAJ Lachlan Simond (author)

The outgoing Commander of HMAS Moreton CAPT Mark McConnell, OAM, RANR, receives the 2018 Governor’s Cup from his Excellency, the Honourable Paul de Jersey, AC, Governor of Queensland. (photo: )

The outgoing Commander of HMAS Moreton CAPT Mark McConnell, OAM, RANR, receives the 2018 Governor’s Cup from his Excellency, the Honourable Paul de Jersey, AC, Governor of Queensland.

HMAS Moreton played host to His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey, AC, Governor of Queensland last week, during a gathering of dignitaries, veterans, friends and family.

A meaningful morning at Moreton

This article has photo gallery Published on by MAJ Lachlan Simond (author)

Mrs Pamela King stands beside the recently unveiled plaque honouring her son the late Commander Lachlan King at his Memorial Garden at HMAS Moreton on the Brisbane River. (photo: )

Mrs Pamela King stands beside the recently unveiled plaque honouring her son the late Commander Lachlan King at his Memorial Garden at HMAS Moreton on the Brisbane River.

The Ship’s Company of HMAS Moreton gathered on the banks of the Brisbane River with dignitaries, veterans, friends and family on Wednesday 30 January, to observe a morning of significant events.

HMAS Moreton bowls with the best

Published on by LS Hayden Eyles (author and photographer)

Navy Week Bowls Day in Queensland was enjoyed by Navy people, current and former serving members. (photo: LS Hayden Eyles)

Navy Week Bowls Day in Queensland was enjoyed by Navy people, current and former serving members.

As part of Navy Week celebrations, members of HMAS Moreton took to the green to compete with naval veterans from across South East Queensland in a bowls tournament.