Social Media

The society shares maintains a number of social media channels to interact with our members, share useful or interesting information. We do this to enhance and promote interest in military history and to share our passion with the world.

You can see each of our channels below, including our live social media feed which collates the activities on twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

Social Media Feed

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Today is the 92nd anniversary of the laying of the foundation stones at the Anzac Memorial, Hyde Park ... Read more: ... See MoreSee Less

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Members of the 1st/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers on parade.

Sydney CBD - ANZAC DAY 2024.
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Great job troops! 👍🏻😀💙🇦🇺

🎉 Gather the Cavalry! Only 10 days remain until we celebrate 30 years of 'Peek into the Past!'

Get ready to step back in time and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, and scents of yesteryear. ✨

​🎟️​ Grab your tickets online (at a slightly cheaper rate) or on the day at the gate:
events.humanitix.com/peek-into-the-past2024/tickets

#TocalCollege #TocalHomestead #MyMaitland #PeekintothePast #Paterson
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New South Wales Lancers on parade at Aldershot, England in 1899 prior to departure for the Boer War in South Africa. ... See MoreSee Less

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Captain Matthew Flinders of the Royal Navy, British navigator and cartographer who led the first inshore circumnavigation of mainland Australia, died on this day in 1814. He is also credited as being the first person to use the name Australia to describe the entirety of the continent. ... See MoreSee Less

Captain Matthew Flinders of the Royal Navy, British navigator and cartographer who led the first inshore circumnavigation of mainland Australia, died on this day in 1814. He is also credited as being the first person to use the name Australia to describe the entirety of the continent.

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From "Terra Australis Incognita" to "Australia" Thank you Matthew Flinders..

Bass and Flinders in a small boat (Tomb Thumb) circumnavigated Australia

Master marina, .

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📢 APPLICATIONS CLOSE IN 2 WEEKS!

Is there a community war memorial in your local area in need of repair or restoration?

Grants of up to $10,000 are available for the conservation of local war memorials, including specialist heritage advice and physical work.

Grant applications are open to local councils and community organisations, including memorial trusts, veteran groups and crown land managers.

⏰ Applications close 24 July 2024 at 11pm.

For further info and to apply 👉 bit.ly/cwmf-2024

#heritage #grants #warmemorials #veterans #localgovernment
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David Ryan

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