Events

Apr 2017

  • 26 Wed

Apr 2017

  • Wed 26

Event Type

  • 2 girls and 1 boy dressed in costume hats inside the Ships, Clocks and Stars exhibition with the contents of the activity backpacks Childrens Activity

    Kids Activity Backpacks

    Explore our latest exhibition Escape from Pompeii and the museum galleries with fun and creative activity backpacks especially designed for children ages 2-12.

  • Children dressed up as Romans Childrens Activity

    Kids on Deck

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

    • Buy Tickets
  • 3 girls with a museum educator at interacting with objects from the cabinet of curiosity Childrens Activity

    Cabinet of Curiosities

    Explore the wonderful undersea world of shipwrecks and sea creatures as you touch and feel your way through our mysterious Cabinet of Curiosities.

  • Children dressed up as Romans Childrens Activity

    Family Fun Sunday

    Join us for creative activities, lively performances, character tours and face painting.

  • A young boy in a paper pirates hat with his mother doing craft during a mini mariners program Childrens Activity

    Mini Mariners

    The Maritime Museum welcomes 2-5-year-olds and their parents/carers!

  • 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.

  • Screenshot taken from the documentary of a diver filming a great white shark. Event

    3D Cinema

    Enjoy a special selection of breathtaking 3D films in the air-conditioned comfort of our theatre.

  • 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.

  • HMAS Onlsow in the water next to Action Stations at the museum with the city in the background Vessel

    Submarine: HMAS Onslow

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