Darwin Defenders Tuesday 19 February 2019, 10am

The attack on Darwin on 19 February 1942 by the Japanese was the first attack ever made by an enemy on Australian soil. Around 200,000 Australians served in Darwin during the Second World War, and through this remembrance service we give them the recognition and respect they earned by their efforts in the defence of their country and its people.

To register for attendance at the Darwin Defenders Service, contact event organiser,

Bernadette Lightfoot

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