Kiama Blow-hole in Sydney, Australia. Water splashes over shore. People and car on road at shore. 25 feet deep cliff. Members of South Pacific Diving Club at Blow-hole. Diver dives into hole. Divers in water, others sit on rocks along sea, and one jumps into the water. Water falls in sea from rocks above. Divers swim below water fall.
Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky of Vietnam visits Australia. Brisbane: Demonstration against visit of Prime Minister. People shout with placards in hand. Policeman stops them. Placard reads 'Go home murderer and take Holt with you' and 'Stop Ky'. Nguyen Cao Ky and Harold Holt poses. Sydney: Boat in sea. Prime Minister Holt waves. Holt and Mrs Nguyen Cao Ky waves from a ship.
View of the Sydney Harbour Bridge under construction. Views of the steel through arch bridge spanning across Sydney Harbour in Sydney, Australia. Dockyards visible. Ships in the harbor. Various buildings beside the harbor and the Quay area. View on the bridge taken from the partially built roadway surface. Evening view of sunset over the harbor. Footage is circa 1930, after the two halves of the arches had been joined together, which occurred in August 1930. The road and railway tracks, completed in 1931, are under construction in this footage.
During time of Sydney Harbor Bridge under construction in Sydney Australia. A large passenger ship in the harbor.
United States Army nurses and Australian WACs (Women's Army Corps) on the streets of Sydney, Australia. They march on the streets of Sydney. A crowd lines up the streets and cheers them. Trucks driven by women.
The USS Coral Sea nicknamed 'Ageless Warrior' underway. Sailors parade on street in Sydney, Australia. Australian crowd watches the parade with enthusiasm. U.S. Admiral John H Sides, Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet, represents the United States in the reviewing stand. scene shifts to horses running at race course in Sydney. A U.S. Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps steps into the race course and performs in front of the Grandstand. Final scene shows several sailors saying goodbye to Australian girls. (Note: Warren Luck, who served as an Aviation Ordnanceman on the Coral Sea, reports that, in 2006, he married a girl he had met on this 1963 visit. They now live in Brisbane.)