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    Introducing the Seabin project

    08 Jun 2018

    Bin it to win it Once upon a time, two surfers got sick of swimming in garbage. Unlike most of us, they decided to do something about it. In 2015, Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski quit their jobs and sourced … The post Introducing the Seabin project appeared first on Australian National Maritime Museum.

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    New Ideas on Old Wars – The Archaeology of War

    23 May 2018

    Expanding the Archaeologist’s toolkit Once upon a time, the archaeologist’s toolkit was likely to consist of a shovel, trowel, bucket, brush, stakes and string. Today it includes a multitude of technological tools such as magnetometers, drones, ground-penetrating radar, 3D imaging … The post New Ideas on Old Wars – The Archaeology of War appeared first on Australian National Maritime Museum.

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    Welcome Wall May 2018

    09 May 2018

    Last weekend the much-loved sports journalist and soccer broadcaster, Les Murray, was honoured by his family to have his name unveiled on the museum’s Welcome Wall. The Welcome Wall pays tribute to the migrants who have travelled the world to call Australia home. More than 200 … The post Welcome Wall May 2018 appeared first on Australian National Maritime Museum.

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    The Last Dance

    08 May 2018

    Museum Dance Off 2018 We are a passionate bunch here at the Australian National Maritime Museum. We preserve and bring to life Australia’s maritime history, through exhibitions, public programs and even this blog, but rarely do we use dance as … The post The Last Dance appeared first on Australian National Maritime Museum.

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    Catch the classics up close this weekend

    10 Apr 2018

    Classic & Wooden Boat Festival 2018 The much anticipated Classic and Wooden Boat Festival is on at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour in just a few days, starting Friday 13th April and winding up on Sunday afternoon, 15th … The post Catch the classics up close this weekend appeared first on Australian National Maritime Museum.