A troop of scouts will watch the rousing Nobbys Dawn Service from a camp at Fort Scratchley and tour visiting frigate HMAS Newcastle as part of this year's expanded Anzac Day commemorations.
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Scouts participating in the campout at Fort Scratchley will tour the Royal Australian Navy Frigate HMAS Newcastle.
Free parking for the Anzac Day commemorations events will be available at various locations around Newcastle.
HMAS Newcastle is one of four Adelaide Class Guided Missile Frigates (FFG) in service with the Royal Australian Navy.