Remember when Australia used to win the big international sporting events?
For a generation of Aussies, Australia II's victory in the America's Cup 30 years ago ranks as one of the greatest sport moments of a lifetime - particularly when many of those stunning triumphs seem a distant memory.
Wollongong's Ben Morgan, 34, is one of those for whom the America's Cup win is "etched in memory", and he now dedicates much of his time to keeping the faith for the 12-metre yachts with the Australian 12s Historic Trust.
On Wednesday, he handed over a boxing kangaroo "battle flag" - the emblem of the Alan Bond-led Australia II campaign, and signed by each member of that boat's crew - to Wollongong City Council.
The trust brings two 12-metre yachts - Australia, and Steak 'n' Kidney - to Wollongong each year for the Australia Day regatta.
Mr Morgan said there was a surprisingly large number of people from Wollongong who took part in 12-metre sailing, and he wanted to see the city develop facilities to make it a top sailing race destination.
"Wollongong is a national ocean racing playground," he said.
"It's logical that a city based on the ocean has an interest in racing. What I hope is that over the next five years there can be a stronger focus on facilities [for yacht racing] - it would be a great tourism driver for the Wollongong region."