At the Navy League of Australia’s Annual General Meeting held in Canberra on 13 October 2017 long-serving President, CMDR Graham Harris RFD** RANR (Rtd) retired after 23 years at the helm of the League.

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book-review_-keeping-watch-2The Navy League of Australia is excited to announce the publication of the history of the Navy League from 1895, fully illustrated and available in hard and soft copy.


For a synopsis of the book click here.

To order this impressive publication, simply download the attached order form, complete and post with a cheque. Alternatively, you can pay using online banking. The order form can be emailed to: nsw@navyleague.org.au when paying online.

About the Navy League

The Navy League was established in Australia in 1900, initially in the form of small branches of the United Kingdom Navy League (established in 1897) and since 1950 as an autonomous national body headed by a Federal Council consisting of a Federal President and representatives of the six States, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory.
The Navy League of Australia is now one of a number of independent Navy Leagues formed in countries of the free world to infl uence public thinking on maritime matters and create interest in the sea.
The Navy League of Australia cordially invites you to join in what we believe to be an important national task.