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Melbourne Steamship Company's DUNTROON of 1935, in the coastal service around Australia; she accommodated 266 First Class and 107 Second Class passengers. During WWII she served as a troop transport, returning to commercial service between 1950 and 1960.

In 1961 she was sold and renamed TONG HOO for service between Hong Kong and Indonesia.

1966 saw her sold and renamed LYDIA for service between India and East Africa; scrapped in 1973.

Note that the point of land beyond the ship is the site of today's Sydney Opera House.

Source: The Ocean Liner Enthusiasts