It is quite well-publicized that the TV broadcast of Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon were received by the Honeysuckle Creek tracking station in Australia, because that was the side of the Earth facing the moon at the time. We even have a question about it.
After Apollo 11, were the first steps of the remaining lunar landings also covered by an Australian ground station? Either Honeysuckle Creek or Tidbinbilla would count.
(I suspect that due to which sides of the Earth and Moon were lit by the Sun, the answer is "yes" for all.)