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JAMES CAMERON - CHALLENGING THE DEEP

Don't miss this major immersive exhibition that traces filmmaker James Cameron’s lifelong pursuit of and achievements in deep ocean science, technology and exploration including his record breaking dives in DEEPSEA CHALLENGER, the submersible vessel he designed, that was built in Sydney.

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AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL 

Luscious exhibits currently running at the Australian War Memorial include AFGHANISTAN: THE AUSTRALIAN STORY and FIRST WORLD WAR GALLERIES including AE2 -JOURNEY INTO THE DARDINELLES, SIR JOHN MONASH TURNING THE TABLES and the GALLIPOLI TOUCH WALL.

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BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA - AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM

Luscious produced a documentary short film in the Action Stations cinema to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea fought by the US Navy and Royal Australian Navy against the Imperial Japanese Navy. A multi-screen version of the film also played to dignitaries including President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull aboard the USS Intrepid in New York.

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OPERATION JAYWICK - AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM

Luscious produced a second documentary short film to play in the Action Stations cinema. It commemorates the 75th anniversary of Operation Jaywick and the birth of Australian Special Forces. On the night of 26 September 1943, after traveling from Australia aboard confiscated Japanese fishing boat the Krait, Australian and British Z Special Unit commandos paddled folding kayaks into Japanese-occupied Singapore Harbour, blowing up and severely damaging seven ships. 

 
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AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL 

A display of 62,000 handcrafted, red poppies on the Memorial's grounds is the centrepiece of commemorations, symbolically representing Australian lives lost in the First World War. First World War images from the Australian War Memorial's collection will be projected onto the Memorial building from 8pm until 10pm on 8, 9 and 10 November. In addition, photographic portraits will be projected onto the tree directly next to the western side of the Memorial building.