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Media Statement: Response to article in The Australian re visiting vessel MV Sam Simon

10 June 2014

In response to Saturday's article in The Australian titled 'Pride of place for a pirate ship' (07/06/14), this article made a number of accusations about the visiting vessel MV Sam Simon and the Australian National Maritime Museum.

A-League soccer star Bruce Djite to unveil new names on migrant ‘Welcome Wall’

28 April 2014

Around 800 people are expected to attend a special ceremony at the Australian National Maritime Museum on Sunday 4 May to see 294 new names unveiled on the museum's migrant Welcome Wall. The Welcome Wall stands in honour of all those who have migrated from around the world to live in Australia.

Beached Az “De- Evolved” celebrates National Maritime Museum’s Whale Season

15 April 2014


The Australian National Maritime Museum is pleased to announce that a brand new episode of the cult classic Beached Az has been launched in celebration of its Whale Season.

Sea Shepherd’s MV Sam Simon open for ship tours these school holidays

11 April 2014

Following the International Court of Justice's landmark decision on Japanese whaling in the Antarctic, Sea Shepherd Australia's MV Sam Simon is on its way to the Australian National Maritime Museum where it will open to visitors through out the school holidays.

Amazing Whales opens this weekend at the National Maritime Museum

21 March 2014

22 March - 20 July 2014
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

A new exhibition designed and produced by the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, at the Australian National Maritime Museum this autumn will immerse visitors in the world of whales and highlight the importance of conservation to their future survival. Amazing Whales - Evolution and survival opens tomorrow and heralds the start of the museum's Whale Season.

Go wild about whales these school holidays at the National Maritime Museum

18 March 2014

This April the Australian National Maritime Museum is celebrating the wonderful world of whales with a packed program of school holiday activities inspired by our two new whale exhibitions - Amazing whales - Evolution and survival and Beautiful whale - life-sized photography by Bryant Austin . From cool DJ workshops to wacky science shows and after-dark torchlight tours there's something for kids of all ages. Spend the day at the museum following the Whale Trail - explore the exhibitions, enjoy storytelling, have fun doing craft activities and much more.

Come eye-to-eye with whales in life-size photographic exhibition

27 February 2014

Beautiful Whale - life size photography by Bryant Austin On display... 11 April 2014 to 1 February 2015

A remarkable photographic exhibition that brings visitors up close and personal with stunning life-size images of whales will open at the Australian National Maritime Museum this April.

Become immersed in the world of Amazing Whales at the museum

7 February 2014

20 March - 20 July 2014
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour
Majestic, beautiful, intelligent, mysterious, adored and endangered - whales are among the most revered creatures on earth and yet their future continues to be threatened.

'A new exhibition designed and produced by the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, at the Australian National Maritime Museum this autumn will immerse visitors in the world of whales and highlight the importance of conservation to their future survival. Amazing Whales - Evolution and survival opens on 20 March and heralds the start of the museum's Whale Season.

Vikings to leave Sydney...

22 January 2014

Major international exhibition: Vikings - Beyond the legend
Must close - 2 February 2014

Time is running out for Sydneysiders to discover the fascinating world of Scandinavia's most famous celebrities - Vikings - in the Australian National Maritime Museum's major exhibition Vikings - Beyond the legend which must close 2 February 2014.

Celebrate Australia Day at the National Maritime Museum

17 January 2014

A dynamic light show exploring the history of migration to Australia and the compelling stories of those who've come across the seas will be the culmination of celebrations at the Australian National Maritime Museum this Australia Day.

Emotional new chapter added to National Maritime Museum rooftop projection Waves of Migration

14 January 2014

26 January - 13 February 2014 …. After dark
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

The Australian National Maritime Museum's iconic roofline, evoking sails and waves, will be illuminated this summer with a revised version of its award-winning digital projection show, exploring the history of migration to Australia and the compelling stories of those who've come across the seas.

Vikings after dark and family fun day at the museum

23 December 2013

Celebrate all things Viking at the Australian National Maritime Museum in a special weekend of Viking fun activities for all the family.

Inspired by the major exhibition Vikings - Beyond the legend, which debunks the myths about Vikings through over 500 rare treasures, families can immerse themselves in the Viking world in a special torchlight exhibition tour on Saturday 18 January followed by a Viking family fun day on Sunday 19 January

Mission X – the untold story of an Australian WWII ragtag fleet at the museum

18 December 2013

In 1942 some 3000 private Australian ships were requisitioned by the US Army to sail under the stars and stripes flag, to establish a supply lifeline to US and Allied troops fighting the war against Japan.

Keep cool this summer at Viking WetWorld at the Australian National Maritime Museum

17 December 2013

27 December 2013 - 2 February 2014
This summer children can keep cool at the Australian National Maritime Museum in its new Viking themed outdoor family play area - Viking WetWorld - opening 27 December.

Uncle Sam … and the poster art of World War II at the National Maritime Museum

6 December 2013

Skillfully designed and carefully aimed at public observers, a poster can be a powerful weapon… particularly in wartime.

An exhibition opening on 19 December at the Australian National Maritime Museum - Persuasion  - US propaganda posters from World War II - highlights the strategic use of wartime poster art.

Go on a Viking adventure this summer at the Australian National Maritime Museum

5 December 2013

This summer the Australian National Maritime Museum is inviting you to pack your shields and helmets and spend a whole day at the museum busting myths and discovering more about the Viking way of life. Inspired by the major exhibition Vikings - Beyond the legend there's a full program of school holiday activities for the whole family launching on 27 December.

 

Last weeks to see iconic Ansel Adams exhibition

25 November 2013

Ansel Adams - Photography from the Mountains to the Sea
Must close 8 December 2013


Time is running out for Sydneysiders to see Ansel Adams - Photography from the Mountains to the Sea  - an exhibition of works by one of the United States' most celebrated photographers at the Australian National Maritime Museum

Koori Arts Expressions 2013 reflects on the Yirrkala Bark Petitions 50 years on

13 November 2013

The Australian National Maritime Museum will host the Koori Arts Expressions 2013 exhibition, a highly imaginative selection of visual artworks created by students from 29 public schools across Sydney, opening Friday 15 November 2013.

Go a Viking on Scandinavian Sunday at the National Maritime Museum

10 October 2013

Sunday 20 October 2013, 11am - 3pm
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

Join a day of family fun and discover what life was really like for the Vikings in a special Scandinavian Sunday on Sunday 20 October 2013. Inspired by the Vikings - Beyond the Legend exhibition, the day will feature a full progamme of activities for all the family including saga-telling, family games, theatre performances and Viking craft activities.

Tall ships and more at the museum for Fleet Review this October

24 September 2013

Australia's home of maritime heritage - the Australian National Maritime Museum - will be a not-to-be-missed destination for Sydneysiders and tourists alike this October during the Royal Australian Navy's International Fleet Review and Tall Ship Festival.

Vikings tickets now on sale

10 September 2013

Book now to see the museum's blockbluster new exhibition Vikings - Beyond the legend

Tickets are now on sale through Ticketek for the Australian National Maritime Museum's major new exhibition Vikings - Beyond the legend opening on 19 September.

Sail around the World this September with a boat load of school holiday fun

14 August 2013

Join the Museum this September for a boatload of fun as we pack our kit bags for a journey on the high seas in celebration of the Royal Australian Navy's International Fleet Review.

There's plenty of fun sea-faring activities to keep even the most adventurous would-be-sailor ship shape these school holidays from Saturday 21 September to Monday 7 October 2013.

Last weeks to see East of India – Forgotten trade with Australia

2 August 2013

Must close 18 August 2013

Time is running out for Sydneysiders to see the National Maritime Museum's critically acclaimed exhibition East of India - Forgotten trade with Australia. The exhibition, which has fascinated thousands of visitors since it opened, must close on 18 August.

Vikings to invade Sydney….

29 July 2013

Major international exhibition: Vikings - Beyond the legend
Opens 19 September 2013 at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

Experience the International Fleet Review onboard HM Bark Endeavour this October

1 July 2013

As part of the Royal Australian Navy's International Fleet Review celebrations the Australian National Maritime Museum's magnificent replica of Captain Cook's ship HM Bark Endeavour will be at the forefront of a spectacular tall ship fleet entry into Sydney Harbour on 3 October 2013.

From the Mountains to the Sea –museum hosts iconic Ansel Adams exhibition

16 June 2013

On display... 4 July to 8 December 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum


An exhibition of works by Ansel Adams (1902-1984), one of the United States' most celebrated photographers opens at the Australian National Maritime Museum on 4 July 2013. His spectacular black and white images of mountains, rivers and the sea captured the epic proportions of the American landscape from New England to Yosemite and Alaska to Hawaii.

Colours of India Family Fun day

12 June 2013

Sunday 23 June 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum


Celebrate Indian culture in a day of family fun inspired by the Australian National Maritime Museum new East of India exhibition. Enjoy spectacular music and dance performances, henna tattoo painting and garland making. Make your very own Indian-inspired block-printed calico bag or hand-painted tile. Plus free movies.

Become a Bollywood star or Walk the Plank during the July school holidays

11 June 2013

Sunday 30 June - Sunday 14 July 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum


Celebrate all things Bollywood at the Australian National Maritime Museum with an amazing Indian inspired school holiday program this July inspired by our new East of India exhibition.  Enjoy spectacular dance performances, learn Bollywood style dance moves and even star in your very own music video. Plus there's Indian block printing, henna tattoo designs and the fascinating story behind the Indian trade in spices and saris.

Be inspired with Indian cooking, books and films at the museum this winter

4 June 2013

Explore the Australian National Maritime Museum's new East of India - Forgotten trade with Australia exhibition through a range of inspiring adult public programs this June, July and August:

Museum to be awash with the Colours of India for Vivid Sydney 2013

16 May 2013

24 May - 10 June 2013 …. Nightly, 6pm - 12am

The Australian National Maritime Museum is delighted that its iconic 1,700 square metres roof, historic vessels and surrounds will be illuminated with the Colours of India as part the renowned Vivid Sydney from 24 May to 10 June 2013.

450 new names to be unveiled in migrant ‘Welcome Wall’ ceremony

5 May 2013

The Australian National Maritime Museum will today unveil 450 new names on the its migrant Welcome Wall in front of 1000 people at a special ceremony at 11.00 am.

New exhibition: East of India – Forgotten trade with Australia

22 April 2013

1 June - 18 August 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum


The early Australian colonies, at the 'ends of the earth' from Europe, turned to nearby Asia for survival and growth. East of India - Forgotten trade with Australia, which opens at the museum  on 1 June 2013, tracks our colonial links with India, the power and monopoly of the English East India Company, and its decline.

Celebrate our everyday heroes at the Museum’s family fun day today

7 April 2013

Mayday and Mayhem family fun day
Today, Sunday 7 April 2013...10.00 am to 3.00 pm
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

New photographic exhibition: Elysium Antarctic Visual Epic

5 April 2013

On display... 13 April to 3 November 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum


A stunning new photographic exhibition - Elysium Antarctic Visual Epic - that documents the last great wilderness on planet Earth will open at Australian National Maritime Museum on 13 April 2013.

Mayday! Mayday! Mayday! … Experience Rescue at the Australian National Maritime Museum this autumn

15 March 2013

Until 14 July 2013

Navigating through choppy swell, communicating under thunderous chopper blades, squinting through the glare of the midday sun bouncing off the ocean... do you have what it takes to be a hero?


The Australian National Maritime Museum in collaboration with Scitech in Perth, Western Australia is proud to announce its latest exhibition - Rescue - opening on 16 March 2013.

Maritime Museum underwater archaeology program to search for lost wrecks off Cairns

4 March 2013

The Australian National Maritime Museum's underwater archaeology program will undertake its next dive expedition to Ferguson Reef, located north of Cairns on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef south of Raine Island, from 17 March to 6 April 2013 in search of two ship wrecks: the Fergus(s)on and the Morning Star.

Calling all Mini Mariners!

17 February 2013

Throughout NSW school term time
   
Looking for something to keep the little ones busy now that older brother or big sister has gone back to school? Look no further that the Australian National Maritime Museum's Mini Mariners program.  

Budding mariners, aged 2-5 years, can have a rollicking good time each Tuesday and one Saturday every month exploring the museum's galleries. There's singing and dancing with costumed guides plus creative free play with craft, games, books, dress ups and story time. With a different theme each month there's plenty to keep 'em busy:

Row, Row, Regattas! – Chinese new year at the National Maritime Museum

7 February 2013

Sunday 24 February 2013, 11am - 3pm

Celebrate Chinese New Year and all the grand traditions of dragon boat racing and sailing regattas at the Museum's special family fun day, Row Row Regattas!, on Sunday 24 February 2013.

Mayday! Mayday! Mayday! … Experience Rescue at the Australian National Maritime Museum this autumn

7 February 2013

16 March - 14 July 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

Navigating through choppy swell, communicating under thunderous chopper blades, squinting through the glare of the midday sun bouncing off the ocean... do you have what it takes to be a hero?

National Maritime Museum celebrates the achivements of former director

26 January 2013

The Australian National Maritime Museum is delighted to announce that its former director, Mary- Louise Williams, was today awarded the title AM for her significant service to the museum sector and the preservation of maritime history.

Waves of Migration – Museum’s inaugural free light show to premiere on Australia Day

16 January 2013

26 January - 17 February 2013 .... From 8.30pm
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

The Australian National Maritime Museum's iconic roofline, evoking sails and waves, will become the canvas this summer for a dynamic new light show, exploring the history of migration to Australia and the compelling stories of those who've come across the seas.

Celebrate Australia Day at the National Maritime Museum

16 January 2013

A dynamic new light show exploring the history of migration to Australia and the compelling stories of those who've come across the seas will be the culmination of celebrations at the Australian National Maritime Museum this Australia Day.

Latin summer nights harbourside at National Maritime Museum café bar

16 January 2013

Mini residency - Oscar Jimenez Trio
Yots Café Bar, Australia
Thurs 31 Jan ... 4 pm - 7 pm
Thurs 7 and Thur 14 February....5 pm - 8 pm

Waves of Migration – museum’s inaugural light show to premiere on Australia Day

4 January 2013

26 January - 17 February 2013 .... After dark
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

The Australian National Maritime Museum's iconic roofline, evoking sails and waves, will become the canvas this summer for a dynamic new projection show, celebrating the history of migration to Australia and the compelling stories of those who've come across the seas.

Museum celebrates the opening of Ships and the Sea with family fun event

23 November 2012


Saturday 8 December 2012 .... 11am - 2pm
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

To celebrate the opening of its new Ships and the Sea exhibition the Australian National Maritime Museum is holding a special family fun event featuring SpongeBob Squarepants  on Saturday 8 December 2012.

New photographic exhibition: Wrecks and Reefs

19 November 2012

On display... 29 November 2012 - 3 March 2013
Australian National Maritime Museum

A stunning new photographic exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum explores four Australian shipwreck sites and the unique marine life and environment of the coral reefs and cays in tropical Queensland.

Join in the sea adventures this summer at the museum

7 November 2012

How do propellers steer a ship?  What is meant by trimming the sails? What is underwater surveillance? These questions and more will all be answered in a new interactive exhibition especially for families opening at the Australian National Maritime Museum this summer -  Ships and the Sea - opening 7 December.

Join in the sea adventures this summer at the museum

7 November 2012

How do propellers steer a ship?  What is meant by trimming the sails? What is underwater surveillance? These questions and more will all be answered in a new interactive exhibition especially for families opening at the Australian National Maritime Museum this summer -  Ships and the Sea - opening 7 December.

Special Remembrance Day service alongside Commando vessel Krait

5 November 2012

Remembrance Day Service
Sunday 11 November 2012...10.40 am
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

Celebrate 150 years of the NSW Police Marine Area Command at the museum

29 October 2012

NSW Marine Police Family Day
Sunday 25 November 2012...9.30 am to 5.00 pm
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

National Maritime Museum archaeology program uncovers centuries old links with Asia

29 October 2012


Over the last four years, the Australian National Maritime Museum's underwater archaeology program has been uncovering evidence of Australia's strong colonial trade links to Asia, with plans for a new expedition in 2013.

Last weeks to see Remembering Titanic – 100 years

29 October 2012

Time is running out for Sydneysiders to see the National Maritime Museum's memorial exhibition Remembering Titanic - 100 years. The exhibition, which has fascinated thousands of visitors since it opened, must close on 11 November.

Museum honours migrants at special Welcome Wall unveiling ceremony

27 October 2012

Around 1000 people are expected to attend a special ceremony at the Australian National Maritime Museum this Sunday (4 November) to see 300 new names unveiled on the museum's migrant Welcome Wall.

Museum’s Indigenous canoe conference receives national award

19 October 2012

The Australian National Maritime Museum has been awarded a prestigious Museums and Galleries National Award (MAGNA) for public programs for Nawi - Exploring Australia's Indigenous watercraft - the first national conference on Indigenous canoes and culture.

Last chance to part of history in museum’s Welcome Wall ceremony

17 September 2012

Time is running out for people to become part of history with limited space still available on the National Maritime Museum's migrant Welcome Wall for its next unveiling ceremony.

Clare Bowditch to headline Sydney’s lively harbourside festival

14 September 2012

The Australian National Maritime Museum is pleased to announce that ARIA award winning singer Clare Bowditch will headline at Sydney's Classic and Wooden Boat Festival on the evening of Saturday 13 October.

Relive joys of a bygone era in Edwardian family picnic

20 August 2012

Edwardian Family Picnic at Rodd Island
$110 family (2 adults and up to 4 children)
Sunday 23 September .... 11am - 3.30pm

This spring the National Maritime Museum invites families turn off the games consoles and go back in time for the day in a delightful Edwardian picnic on the beautiful Rodd Island.

Polish up your pirate skills in Pirate! family fun day at the museum

20 August 2012

Pirates Ahoy! Family fun day
Entry included in general museum admission - $7 adult, $3.50 child/concession,
$17.50 family
Sunday 16 September 2012...11.00am to 3.00pm

School holiday fun: Vietnamese celebration this spring at the museum

18 August 2012

This spring there's a South East Asian flavour to the school holidays activities at the Australian National Maritime Museum. We're taking inspiration from our Vietnamese refugee boat Tu Do and exhibition Escape from Vietnam to offer children a feast of activities celebrating Vietnamese culture. It's also the time of the Vietnamese Moon Festival so we'll be joining in the celebrations - don't miss performances by vibrant lion dancers on 30 September.

Shiver me timbers…Pirates! are taking over the National Maritime Museum

17 August 2012

It's up with the Jolly Roger at the Australian National Maritime Museum this September when the museum's Pirates! adventure land opens on 22 Sept, just in time for the Spring school holidays!

Immerse yourself in the world of Captain Cook in author talk at the museum

27 July 2012

Author Talk:  Anthony Hill - author of Captain Cook's Apprentice.... $10 per person
Friday 3 August 2012...6.00pm to 7.30pm

The Australian National Maritime Museum's magnificent replica of Cook's Endeavour has returned to Sydney after its epic circumnavigation. And to celebrate visitors are invited to immerse themselves in Cook's world in a fascinating talk by Anthony Hill the award winning author of the young adult novel, Captain Cook's Apprentice.

Lighthouse larks and pirate capers at the museum

24 July 2012

There's plenty to keep the family entertained this August at the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Last call for Sydney boat owners to register for 2012’s Classic & Wooden Boat Festival

9 July 2012

Weekend 13 & 14 October 2012
Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

Museum celebrates Indigenous art and craft in NAIDOC Week

20 June 2012

The Australian National Maritime Museum will celebrate NAIDOC Week (1 - 8 July) with two days of interactive Indigenous art and craft for all ages inspired by the exhibition Fish in Australian art.

Fish in Australian art reopens

20 June 2012


The Australian National Maritime Museum major exhibition Fish in Australian art has today reopened following its temporary closure last week.

Fish in Australian art presents more than 170 works from Australian artists spanning centuries, art movements and mediums, all showing how fish have been a source of artistic inspiration for hundreds of years. It features artworks from well-known Australian artists such as Margaret Olley, William Dobell, Yvonne Koolmatrie, Rupert Bunny, Anne Zahalka, John Brack, Michael Leunig, John Olsen, Craig Walsh and others

Endeavour replica to reopen at the Australian National Maritime Museum

18 June 2012

Endeavour replica to reopen at the Australian National Maritime Museum

The Australian National Maritime Museum's magnificent Australian-built replica of James Cook's HM Bark Endeavour will reopen to the public this Saturday 23 June 2012.

Museum marks Refugee Week with poignant photographic exhibition

13 June 2012

The Australian National Maritime Museum will mark Refugee Week (17 - 23 June) with an intimate new photographic exhibition - Escape from Vietnam - which tells the story of Vietnamese boat people.

Museum celebrates heroic tugboats in family fun day

12 June 2012

Terrific tugs family fun day
24 June 2012, 11am - 3pm

Families are invited to join the Australian National Maritime Museum for a packed day of fun on Sunday 24 June as it celebrates the the small mighty heroes of the harbour - tugboats.

Museum celebrates Indigenous canoe culture in national three day conference

13 April 2012


The Australian National Maritime Museum will host the first major meeting of minds on Indigenous canoes and culture in a national conference: Nawi - Exploring Australia's Indigenous watercraft from 30 May to 1 June 2012.

New exhibition: Fish in Australian art

21 March 2012

New exhibition: Fish in Australian art
5 April - 1 October 2012

From Indigenous rock paintings and scientific illustrations to 20th century still lifes and contemporary multimedia, the Australian National Maritime Museum is taking an unconventional look at Australian art in a major new exhibition... showing how the simple subject of fish has been a source of artistic inspiration for hundreds of years.

100 years later… museum remembers Titanic

20 March 2012

New exhibition: Remembering Titanic - 100 Years
29 March - 11 November 2012

Arguably one of the most significant events of the 20th century, the sinking of Titanic has captivated people and generated controversy for decades. Now 100 years on the Australian National Maritime Museum will mark the centenary of the disaster with an intimate memorial exhibition and events program.

Museum seeks Melbourne volunteers to help with tall ship Endeavour

13 March 2012


The Australian National Maritime Museum is looking for volunteers to act as guides and shipkeepers when the full-scale replica of Captain Cook's ship Endeavour visits Melbourne in April.

Last chance to see Dutch replica ship Duyfken

13 March 2012

Time is running out for Sydneysiders to climb aboard a replica of the Duyfken - the Dutch vessel that brought first recorded European contact to Australian - at the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Autumn at the National Maritime Museum

24 February 2012

This autumn there's plenty to keep children of all ages entertained at the Australian National Maritime Museum. We're celebrating all things fishy in our craft, animation and fishing workshops; and there's a special weekend of activities to mark the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic on 15 April.

Historic Endeavour replica to visit Portland

20 February 2012

The magnificent Australian-built replica of James Cook's HM Bark Endeavour will visit Portland in March for the first time in 10 years!

Last chance to see AQUA: A Journey into the World of Water

9 February 2012

Australian National Maritime Museum
Must close 26 February 2012

Time is running out for Sydneysiders to see the National Maritime Museum's major summer attraction AQUA: A Journey into the World of Water.

Last chance to be part of history with museum’s photography competition

7 February 2012

Time is running out for amateur and professional photographers to delve into their photographic archives and share their museum memories in the National Maritime Museum's photography competition - Museum Moments.

Australian National Maritime Museum finds Royal Charlotte shipwreck

20 January 2012

An Australian National Maritime Museum expedition currently taking place on the Coral Sea has located the remains of the India bound ship Royal Charlotte, wrecked in 1825.

Ballot to select Endeavour crew to view rare astronomical event

18 January 2012

The Australian National Maritime Museum today announced it will voyage on board HMB Endeavour to Lord Howe Island in May 2012 to follow in James Cook's wake and observe the Transit of Venus - a rare astronomical event where the planet Venus moves across the sun.

For media enquiries, including images and interviews, please contact the Media and Communications team. They can help with enquiries about the Australian National Maritime Museum, staff expertise, exhibitions, collections and research, education and public programs, and special events.

Media enquiries:

Shirani Aththas
Manager, Communication & Public Affairs
Phone: +61 2 9298 3642
Fax: +61 2 9298 3670
Mobile: 0418 448 690
Email: saththas@anmm.gov.au 
Jude Timms
Communications Officer
Phone: +61 2 9298 3645
Fax: +61 2 9298 3670
Mobile: 0418 219 841
Email: jtimms@anmm.gov.au 

 

 

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