Australian Flying

First Woman

Despite the coroner's best efforts, it still remains a mystery. Was the Tahiti going too fast? Why did the Greycliffe turn left? What was certain was that there was probably no need for 50 people to die on Sydney Harbour in a sickening collision in 1927.

And one of them certainly shouldn't have been the first woman in Australia

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