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  1. HMAS Voyager (1) in Darwin

    HMAS Voyager (1) in Darwin

    HMAS Voyager (1) in Darwin on 22 September 1942 embarking Australian troops who were to be landed on Timor to fight the Japanese. Voyager ran aground in Betano Bay on Timor a couple of days later and was scuttled by her crew, who were rescued by other Australian warships and returned to Darwin. The
  2. HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1) alongside in Darwin on 22 September 1942 and embarking Australian troops destined for Timor, where they were to engage Japanese troops. Voyager (1) ran aground at Betano Bay, Timor, the next day and was scuttled by her crew, who were later rescued by other Royal Australian Navy shi
  3. HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1) lies burnt out on the beach at Betano Bay, Timor, on 24 September 1942. After running aground while landing Australian army troops on Timor to fight the Japanese, she was scuttled by her crew. They were subsequently rescued by other Australian ships and returned to Darwin.
  4. HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1) high and dry on the beach at Betano Bay, Timor, on 23 September 1942. An unidentified Royal Australian Navy crew member stands on the beach.
  5. HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (1)

    HMAS Voyager (I) arrives at Betano Bay in Timor on 23 September 1942 carrying Australian troops for the war against the Japanese.
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