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The recent commemoration of the D- Day landings during the second World War serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by our enlisted personnel in times of war. It also reminds us of those who faced great danger to care for the sick and wounded in the aftermath of battle. The task of providing further care and transporting the wounded home or to the nearest land-based hospital often fell to hospital ships. Staffed by nurses and doctors as well as the sailors required to sail and manoeuvre the ship.  The Australian Hospital Ship Centaur was such a vessel. When the Australian


Monday - Sunday: 09am ‒ 04pm
7 Days per week
Closed: Christmas & Good Friday

Adults: $5
Children & Students: $2
Children with height under counter top: FREE

Ballina Naval & Maritime Museum
8 Regatta Lane Ballina NSW Australia
+61 2 6686 1002