Here you will find links to our many yearly reunions.
In September 1940, the British authorities deported German and Italian ‘enemy aliens’ from Singapore on the Queen Mary. They were taken to an internment camp in Tatura, Victoria, where they joined some of the Dunera internees who had disembarked in […]
The 79th reunion of members and friends of the Dunera Association was held on November 10 at Sukiert Hall, Caulfield Shule. Around 70 people attended and enjoyed the new venue and afternoon high tea format. Peter Felder welcomed everyone present […]
On 15 September, 2019 a function was held at the Tatura Wartime Camps Museum. The purpose was two fold: to open a new gallery and to launch the exhibition Immigration and the Refugee: The Art of Erwin Fabian. Attended by […]
L-R: Paula James (daughter), Henry James (Dunera) & Leah James (wife).Henry James – 97 ½ yrs old (originally Heinz Jacobius) The Sydney Reunion commemorating the 79th anniversary of the arrival of the Dunera Boys in Sydney was held at the […]
The 78th reunion of members and friends of the Dunera Association was held on 13 November at the Kimberley Gardens function centre in East St.Kilda. About 60 people attended the event including Dunera Boy Henry Hirsch accompanied by his wife, […]
Reflecting on my 16th trip to a Hay Dunera reunion, I could not help but reminisce about previous such occasions in Hay. The journey to Hay is obviously the same each year, yet I marvel at the changing landscape from the undulating […]
Twenty-five people attended the reunion at the Sydney Jewish Museum, including Rachel Travers and Julie Lippmann, widows of Dunera Boys Walter Travers and Henry Lippmann. Sydney committee member John Ebert opened the event, welcoming all and especially the first- time visitors. Peter Felder reported on the […]