75TH ANNIVERSARY OF SINKING OF MV NIMBIN ON THE CENTRAL COAST

Norah Head, a sleepy seaside town on the New South Wales Central Coast, it’s hard to imagine World War Two arrived on its doorstep.

On this day, 75 years ago, a small merchant ship was sunk just off the coast of Norah Head.

7 men lost their lives, in what is now known as one of the first attacks on Australia’s coastal defenses.

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