HMAS Lonsdale (naval base)
|Port Melbourne, Victoria in Australia|
Sailors at HMAS Lonsdale celebrate VE Day, May 1945.
|Type||Naval training base|
|Operator||Royal Australian Navy|
|In use||1 August 1940– 1992|
HMAS Lonsdale is a former Royal Australian Navy (RAN) training base that was located at Beach Street, Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Originally named Cerberus III, the Naval Reserve Base was commissioned as HMAS Lonsdale on 1 August 1940 during the Second World War.
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