A ship's diver is winched to the deck as HMAS Ballarat's Romeo Seahawk helicopter conducts wet winching drills in the Gulf of Thailand on route to Sattahip for Exercise AUSTHAI 17.
HMAS Ballarat's Romeo Seahawk helicopter conducts wet winching drills in the Gulf of Thailand on route to Sattahip for Exercise AUSTHAI 17.
HMAS Success escorts ESPS Cristobal Colon into Darwin Harbour. The Spanish frigate is providing platform and familiarisation training to Royal Australian Navy as the service prepares to commission the first of three Aegis Guided Missile Destroyers, which share significant similarities with Cristobal Colon.
HMAS Ballarat (foreground) and the Royal Thai Navy warship HTMS Sukhothai conduct exercises on passage to Sattahip, Thailand for Exercise AUSTHAI 17.
HMAS Ballarat sails to Thailand to take part in AUSTHAI 2017.
HMAS Canberra rounds the point of Garden Island as the ship sails out of Sydney Harbour.
The crew of HMAS Ballarat cheers ship as the Singaporean Warships, RSS Independence and Sovereignty with the Reviewing Officer and VIP's on board, sail past HMAS Ballarat during the Singaporean Navy’s 50th Anniversary International Fleet Review.
HMAS Ballarat in company with the Canadian Navy ships HMCS Ottawa and Winnipeg conduct Officer of the Watch manoeuvres during HMAS Ballarat's South East Asia Deployment.
Ex-HMAS Sydney leaves Sydney Harbour under tow for to Western Australia where the ship will be recycled by Australian company Birdon Pty Ltd.
HMAS Newcastle's boarding party return after conducting boarding operations during Maritime Readiness Evaluation (MRE) training in Jervis Bay, Australia.
Seaman Electronics Technician Daniel Beatson loads ammunition into the Close In Weapons Systems during Maritime Readiness Evaluation (MRE) aboard HMAS Newcastle.
Containment party member, Able Seaman Boatswain's Mate Dean Gough boundary cools a compartment during a damage control exercise as part of Maritime Readiness Evaluation (MRE) training onboard HMAS Newcastle.
Officer of the Watch, Lieutenant Iris Van Kampen holds a watch on the bridge during Maritime Readiness Evaluation (MRE) training onboard HMAS Newcastle.