Welcome to Naval Association of Australia

We seek to provide an active and rich future that requires determined members.
Being a member sustains the legacy of past service and sacrifice.

The NAA pursue four pillars that underpin our mission:

  • Care (welfare) for the diverse and crucial support of Navy and ex-Navy men and women,
  • Commemoration by maintaining the legacy of past service and sacrifice.
  • Navy Cadets by assisting youths to become better citizens through support to the ANC
  • Camaraderie to meet and socialise with like-minded Navy and ex-Navy men and women.

Our aim is to be a dynamic and contemporary organisation supporting the Navy fraternity in a wide range of different ways with Mateship at the core of our ethos.

The Naval Association of Australia (NAA) was established in 1920.   The NAA is the only national organisation with the sole purpose of looking after the interests of serving Navy and ex-Navy men and women.   We believe that

Once Navy, Always Navy

Every member is important to the NAA, the benefit to an individual may not be obvious, however, you will give Voice to Navy in the wider community. The four pillars underpinning our values point to the significance of membership. Compensation, rehabilitation and wellbeing entitlements provided to Navy and ex-Navy men and women today is the result of decades of dedicated work by NAA members.

The NAA is responsible for the HMAS Sydney II Virtual Memorial Website.

Keep an eye on the Notice Board for important information.

 

The National President Mr David Manolas represented the
Naval Association of Australia (NAA) at the Chief of Navy (CN) Changeover Ceremony at Russell Offices in Canberra on the 06 July 2022
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National President Mr. David Manolas presenting a
NAA Pennant to Vice-Admiral Michael Noonan AO

Vice-Admiral Michael Noonan AO and the National President
proudly displaying the NAA Penant.


Photo: Leading Seaman Tara Morrison

Vice Admiral Michael Noonan presents the "weight" of command to Vice Admiral Mark Hammond during the Chief of Navy Change of Command Ceremony at Defence Headquarters in Canberra on the 6th July 2022.

From the Presidents Desk.

NAA National President - David Manolas

National Edition

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If you would like further info please email general.enquiry@navalassoc.org.au

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Postal Address
National Secretary
Naval Association of Australia
221 Centenary Ave.
Melton   VIC   3337
Australia