Topic: HMAS Choules (L100)
Australian Army LARC’s conduct amphibious operations transporting stores and equipment ashore from HMAS Choules to Tarangau Naval base, Manus Island, Papua New Guinea.
Choules has departed Papua New Guinea, having successfully completed a visit to Port Moresby and the Lombrum Naval Base, Her Majesty’s Papua New Guinea Ship Tarangau in Manus Province.
HMAS Choules off the Coast of Tanna Island for the fourth anniversary of Tropical Cyclone Pam commemorative service at Tafea Provincial Government Council Offices, Vanuatu.
Members of the Australian Defence Force recently took part in a moving ceremony on Vanuatu’s Tanna Island to mark the fourth anniversary of Tropical Cyclone Pam.
Royal Australian Navy Boatswains Mate, Seaman Callum McKenzie prepares to pass securing lines, as an Australian Army LCM8 landing craft enters the well dock of HMAS Choules in Townsville, Queensland.
Choules has deployed on a month long activity focused on conducting maritime and land training activities with Australia’s regional partners in the Southwest Pacific.
The 1922 classic yacht Mistral II onboard the Royal Australian Navy Landing Ship Dock HMAS Choules, alongside Hobart, Tasmania.
Choules has delivered veteran Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race vessel Mistral II (1922) to Hobart.
Members of the public cross the gangway of the Royal Australian Navy Ship HMAS Choules during a public open day in Hobart, Tasmania.
Choules spent a busy weekend in Hobart, proudly representing the Royal Australian Navy as the flagship for the Royal Hobart Regatta and opening her gangway to the public.
Published on January 29, 2019 by LEUT Anthony Martin (author), LSIS Christopher Szumlanski (photographer)
(L-R) Royal Australian Navy Officers Lieutenant Commander Darren Puttock, Lieutenant Commander Adriaan Van Meeteren, Lieutenant Commander Louis Philippe Menard, Lieutenant Commander Dana Wall, and Lieutenant Commander Stephen Wall stand on the flight deck of HMAS Choules after being granted Australian Citizenship during a ceremony held on Sydney Harbour as part of the 2019 Australia Day Celebrations.
Choules on Sydney Harbour proved to be the perfect backdrop to an Australia Day event to be remembered.
October 10, 2018 by Mrs Racheal Reynolds (author), Department of Defence (photographer)
NTB staff prepare to embark HMAS Choules for a day of discovery and information sharing.
A contingent of 35 Navy engineering staff have sampled an experience in one of the Navy's largest and tallest ships. Commanding Officer HMAS
Choules, Commander Scott Houlihan, opened his ship to APS and industry staff across several events during September.
HMAS Choules approaches Station Pier for her first port visit to Melbourne.
Choules sailed into Port Phillip today for her first ever port visit to Melbourne.
HMAS Choules off the coast of New Caledonia during Exercise Criox du Sud 2018.
Navy enthusiasts and curious minds of all ages are in for a rare treat on Saturday 22 September as one of Australia’s largest and tallest Navy ships, HMAS
Choules, invites civilians on board in support of the NSW Kids in Need charity.
Landing craft return to HMAS Canberra on completion of training activities during Exercise SEA EXPLORER 2018.
Navy’s amphibious focus has shifted into top gear with two Task Groups now deployed across the region.