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AWM caption : The official welcome to the new units of the Royal Australian Navy under the command of Rear Admiral Sir George Patey KCVO. The Australian Naval ships are the Indefatigable class battle cruiser HMAS Australia in the foreground arriving at Farm Cove after her first voyage from Britain, and the light cruisers HMAS Sydney and HMAS Melbourne. The ships are 'fully dressed' with pennants.

Date 4 October 1913
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