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The Man-O`War steps and plaque pays tribute to the importance of the steps as the landing and embarkation point for men of the British and Australian fleets for 150 years. It also honours those from the Royal Australian Navy who served during World War One, World War Two, Korea, Malaya and Vietnam and did not return. The plaque was rededicated on the 13th April 2003.
An additional plaque details the history of the jetty and steps.
|Address:||Macquarie Street, Man-O-War Jetty alongside Sydney Opera House, Sydney, 2000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.858009|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 30th January, 1983|
MAN O`WAR STEPS
This Landing Area, Erected For The Royal Navy, Was
Taken Over By The Royal Australian Navy in 1913. For
150 Years, Man O`War Steps Served As A Landing And
Embarkation Point For Men Of The British And Australian Fleets
In Peace And War.
From These Steps 2,215 Officers And Sailors Of The
Royal Australian Navy Left To Serve Their Country
In The Great War 1914-1918, The Second World War
1939 - 1945, Korea, Malaya and Vietnam, Never To Return
To Enjoy The Fruits Of Their Labours In Their Native
Ye Who Tread Their Footsteps, Remember Their Glory
Erected By The Naval Association Of Australia 30th January,1983.