On a Sunday in February, the Royal Australian Navy Band Melbourne, together with hosts Geelong Concert Band and the students from Geelong Grammar School and Christian College Geelong, performed a concert entitled ‘All Bands on Deck’.
A contingent of around 250 sailors and officers from HMAS Kuttabul braved light rain and grey skies to complete a 4km return walk around Sydney Harbour in support of International Women’s Day 2020.
The current Indian Naval Fellow, who is a member of the Visiting Naval Fellow (VNF) Program at the Sea Power Centre - Australia, participated at the Last Post ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
The community links between HMAS Stuart and her ceremonial homeport of Devonport, Tasmania, have been made stronger with the ship exercising her right of Freedom of Entry to the city.
The annual Seagoing Submariners Mess Dinner was a welcome break for Australian Submarine Force officers and senior sailors conducting hectic pre-deployment work.
The Royal Australian Navy showcased HMAS Hobart last weekend, with an Open Day in Melbourne during the Fleet Certification Period 2020 activity.
A Navy contingent joined Army and Air Force members and Defence civilians in the 42nd Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on Saturday night.
Early this month, HMAS Sirius recently spent a weekend in Hobart as the Flagship for the 182nd Royal Hobart Regatta, the largest aquatic carnival in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Royal Australian Navy is one of the most capable navies in the world - this is largely as a result of seeking the right equipment, and recruiting the correct people to use and develop this equipment effectively.
More than 40 people recently attended a commemoration service at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne to remember the souls lost when HMAS Voyager (II) sunk.