Nov 2015

  • 25 Wed

Nov 2015

  • Wed 25

Event Type

  • Heidi hoops performs at a previous family fun sunday Childrens Activity

    Family Fun Sunday

    To celebrate the launch of Action Stations we have a whole month of family fun Sunday events saluting to all things navy and nautical.

  • A girl plays with a toy shark at our Kids on Deck program. Childrens Activity

    Kids on Deck

    Play, create, and discover with art, games and dress ups!

  • Visitors and museum staff investigating Antarctic objects. Childrens Activity

    Cabinet of Curiosities

    Explore wonderful and curious artefacts in this interactive discovery device in our galleries.

  • A photo of a little girl with blue eyes and wearing a red cardigan smiling as she finishes making a shadow puppet on a stick Childrens Activity

    School Holidays

    It’s fun for the whole family these school holidays at the Maritime Museum with special events, activities, exhibitions and more.

  • A humpback whale breaching Cruise


    Cruises. Enjoy the water with us.

  • A packed theatre listening to a talk by a guest Event


    Enjoy talks and lectures by authors and artists on a range of maritime topics. Learn more about your favourite books or works of art and meet their creators.

  • A group shot of children on a photography course. Event

    Youth Workshops

    Ferry out to the spectacular shipyards of Cockatoo Island for an adventurous photography workshop.

  • 2 seniors in Wharf 7 looking at wooden boats Event

    Behind the scenes Tour

    Take a fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of the Maritime Heritage Centre in the historic Wharf 7 building.

  • The museum's HMB Endeavour replica under full sail in open sea Vessel

    HMB Endeavour

    Come on board one of the world's most accurate maritime replica vessels.

  • The museum's HMB Endeavour replica under partial sail in open sea Vessel

    Sail the Endeavour

    Step back in time and experience history on the world-famous replica of James Cook's HMB Endeavour and challenge yourself to do something extraordinary.

  • The museum's navy destroyer HMAS Vampire at the museum wharf Vessel

    Destroyer: HMAS Vampire

    Climb aboard the HMAS Vampire, Australia's largest museum vessel and the last of the country's big gun ships.

  • The museum's patrol boat HMAS Advance underway at sea Vessel

    Patrol Boat: HMAS Advance

    Come aboard the hard-working patrol boat HMAS Advance, commissioned in 1968 and serving out of Darwin until 1977.

  • Onslow Submarine Vessel Vessel

    Submarine: HMAS Onslow

    Come aboard a real-life submarine and venture into the secret world of submarine warfare.

  • The museum's racing yacht Akarana under full sail with the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the background Vessel