March 22

The Queen, the Lifesavers and Bondi Beach, 1954

One of the outstanding scenes of The Queen’s first tour of Australia was at the Surf Carnival at Bondi Beach. The Queen and the Duke stayed longer than their  schedule allowed . The road along the beach front, now Queen Eliazabeth Drive, is a permanent reminder.

Now, the  Waverley Historical Society extends a cordial invitation to supporters of  ACM to attend a lecture by Ms Kimberly O’Sullivan-Steward entitled, "The Queen, the Lifesavers and Bondi Beach, 1954".

Ms O’Sullivan-Steward is the Local Studies Librarian at Waverley Library.  Her lecture is scheduled for 4 p.m. on on Monday, 10th April. It will be held at the Bondi Junction-Waverley R.S.L. Club, Gray St , Bondi Junction. There is no charge. Enquiries may be addressed  to Marcia, telephone (02)9387 1266



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