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Alma exhibit launched

03 May 2018

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State Veterans Affairs Minister, John Eren (centre) officially launched Alma Doepel’s “Soldiers at Sea” exhibition in Docklands on April 30.

In this picture, Sail and Adventure director Matt McDonald stresses the value of the exhibition, which showcases Alma Doepel’s role in the Australian Army’s operations in the Pacific theatre during WWII.

The chair of not-for-profit Sail and Adventure, Alan Edenborough (left), looks on.

Alma Doepel is Australia’s last remaining square-rigged wooden ships in Australia.

She is currently being restored in Docklands and will resume her role as a youth training ship on completion.

The public is invited to view the exhibition during the Australian Heritage Festival Alma Doepel Open Day at Shed 2, Northwharf Rd, Docklands, between 10 am and 4pm on Sunday, May 6.

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