The following ships were laid up in reserve in Sydney: HMA Ships ENCOUNTER, (cruiser), PARRAMATTA, YARRA, WARREGO, HUON, SWAN, and TORRENS, (destroyers), and MALLOW, (sloop).
HMAS Torrens I
HMAS Torrens was paid off into reserve. The destroyer was relocated to Flinders Naval Depot in July 1924, and although not recommissioned, was used for the training of naval reservists.
After their service with the RN is finished HMA Ships HMAS Melbourne , Torrens, Huon, Warrego, Swan, Yarra and Parramatta sailed from Malta for Australia
HMA Ships PARRAMATTA, SWAN, YARRA, and HUON, (torpedo boat destroyers), sailed from Ismid, in the Sea of Marmara, for Malta, where they were joined by sister ships TORRENS and WARREGO,
HMA Ships PARRAMATTA, YARRA, and TORRENS, (torpedo boat destroyers), provided cover for the landing of Allied troops at Dedeagach, in the Dardanelles.