Families of the crew of HMAS Adelaide were treated to a day on board to thank them for their support during a busy year for the ship’s company.
After more than 10 years in the Navy, Leading Seaman Leigh Gough dusted off his tool belt to return to his former trade during Operation Fiji Assist 20-21.
More than 130,000 Fijians were left without potable water after being hit by one of the strongest cyclones recorded in the Pacific.
Able Seaman Khin Thaung is well known among his shipmates in HMAS Adelaide for his broad smile, positive outlook and willingness to lend a hand.
Almost a year after HMAS Adelaide provided logistics support to Eden during the 2019 bushfires, Navy returned to help the still-recovering community.
Able Seaman Denzel Taylor comes from a long line of family who have served in Navy, dating back to his great-grandfather who joined in 1919.
HMAS Adelaide Midshipman Angus Ekberg will step off one of Navy’s largest warships to join something much smaller when he teams up with the Navy sailing crew to prepare for this year’s Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
Helping to prepare multiple meals each day to feed 480 personnel on board the Navy’s largest ship is creating a memorable experience for 10 gap year sailors and officers.
Indigenous sailors in HMAS Adelaide are swapping stories and celebrating their culture as the ship’s company marks NAIDOC Week.
A new type of small survey craft that will improve Navy’s geospatial survey capabilities has been launched from HMAS Adelaide for the first time.