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Watch the harbour activities on board this members' exclusive charter. Pack your own picnic lunch and enjoy complimentary tea and coffee.
Author and historian Peter Plowman will join us as special commentator for the event, highlighting points of interest during the festivities.
Not able to BYO picnic? Pre-order your snack packs here! Each pack includes a chicken club sandwich, seasonal fruit, homemade muffin and individual cheese and with crackers.
Join our annual Australia Day event from our most famous tall ship, HMB Endeavour. See the ferry parade and tall ships race from a unique perspective.
Enjoy the start of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race from a prime vantage point aboard our exclusive Fantasea charter boat. Lunch and refreshments included.
Rise with the sun to witness a historic event as five P&O cruise liners rendezvous in Sydney Harbour. Watch the ships as they move in formation before Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden’s naming ceremony. Peter Plowman will provide in-depth commentary.
Join ANMM educators on a tour and workshop all about conserving Australia's submerged cultural heritage. Then take a cruise around Sydney harbour to Watson's Bay.
After the cruise, enjoy expert commentary from Dr James Hunter on local maritime archaeology as we take a walk to the Hornby Lighthouse at South Head opposite the wreck of the Dunbar.
Join senior Maritime Museum curator Daina Fletcher on a fascinating tour of the fine-art foundry Australian Bronze at Sydney’s historic North Head.
Meet artist Belinda Villani and director Clive Calder to hear about the beautiful, centuries-old 'lost wax' technique and see models and casts illustrating the process.A highlight will be a preview of a major bronze work dedicated to windjammer sailors, to be installed at the museum.
Join Museum staff to explore the history of early Pyrmont and discover - through the use of photographs - Pyrmont's past. Hear about previous occupations and trades that have come and gone and gain an understanding of conservation and heritage issues.
Then it's off to Doyle's at the Fish Markets for lunch.
Every year, about 3,000 humpback and southern right whales migrate thousands of kilometres from the Antarctic to warmer northern waters to breed. Witness these majestic creatures in their natural environment as they pass Sydney Harbour.
An expert commentator will be on board to tell you about their habits and ensure you make the most of every sighting.
Extended to 6:00 pm in January
Last boarding time for Submarine and Tall Ships – 4.10pm
Closed Christmas Day 25 December.
+61 2 9298 3777
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Australia National Maritime Museum
Every day 9.30 am - 5 pm
Extend to 6.00 pm in January
Closed Xmas Day 25 Dec.
2 Murrey Street
sydney NSW 2000, AU
+61 2 9298 3777