Tingira Australia Association President, Lance Ker, announced today that former Royal Australian Navy Junior Recruit, Dr. Brad Murphy, from Bundaberg, Queensland, is the winner of the 2020 Tingira Stonehaven Medal. The Stonehaven Medal is awarded to the Tingira member who … Continued
Today we celebrate Australia Day. The Australian Flag flying high atop the mast of Leeuwin Barracks, East Fremantle, Western Australia and atop the mast of Tingira Memorial, Rose Bay, New South Wales with the memorial also dressed in nautical signal flags at ‘full ship’ in true naval tradition. Read More>
I have had some pleasurable and memorable moments since becoming President of the Tingira Australia Association back in 2014, none were more emotional and honourable than the recent presentation of the 2017 Stonehaven Medal awarded to Philip Lancaster and Dave … Continued
Members of the Tingira Australia Association will pay tribute to their former Tingira shipmates at the Sydney Cenotaph next Sunday morning, 9am, with a formal salute to acknowledge the Centenary of the First World War Armistice and the role played … Continued
It’s been an flying start to the year, fast moving as always, my rudder in one of two directions, my engines on full ahead as usual, hands to Anzac Stations, it’s April going on July as I write. First note … Continued
25 April 2018, ANZAC Day – The Tingira Australia Association will again participate in the annual Anzac Day March across this nations capital city streets.
Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth will all see the Tingira Boys carry their banner with pride and march behind their flag.
26 January 2018, Australia Day – The Tingira Australia Association flag and the navy White Ensign flag, flying high on the yardarms with the Tingira flagpole on the Tingira Memorial. The memorial is in full ‘dress ship’ displaying a complete set of ‘naval colours’ to the local residents of Rose Bay for this grand occasion, it’s a celebration, it’s Australia Day!
Christmas – and the year is gone, it’s been another whirlwind 12 months, just a sign of getting old I guess! Life at the Tingira helm has once again been hectic all year and I’m looking forward to a good … Continued
A vacancy exists on the Tingira Australia Association Committee with the recent resignation of committee member, Peter Stephenson, due to extended family and work commitments. Members who wish to apply to become part of the ‘team’ that make the decisions … Continued
NATIONAL TINGIRA CELEBRATIONS… The AGM in Canberra last month on a cold Friday night has and come and gone but this one had a bit more ‘beef on the bone’ than the last few AGM’s we have held. We had … Continued