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The tour of the sub was a gift from my daughter. Colin was a great tour guide as he had done two tours of duty on the Ovens. He gave us a great insight into life in small spaces along with some amusing stories. Thanks...More
There are a lot of different kinds of boats inside the museum, from skiffs used by Indigenous people up to the racing yacht used to win the Americas Cup. There are good interpretive panels, so that you can learn about the history. On the lower...More
On a day trip to this historically important town we ventured in to this attraction. We discovered a museum that systematically documented the important history of shipping to this community. The installations are well presented, providing interesting facts and hands on experiences relevant to maritime...More
So much history in one place.
Set out beautifully so that you can wander and get lost, play and interact in exactly the way that suits you best.
Location easy to get to and plenty of parking - and they hold lots of different events...More
Kept us entertained and informed for over four hours. Don't miss the tour of the submarine HMAS Govens or the Ningaloo Reef experience. Well worth the money especially as the museum is free. Full of children when we visited all well entertained. Good cafeteria. Helpful...More
The submarine tour is amazing but you have to be brave to get inside! (It’s a very long way up)
The museum is really good, I like that there’s always something new on and it never fails to delight. The main museum is a good...More
The Ningaloo Experience was terrific. Multi-projection onto a domed planetarium-type theatre gave the experience a real sense of being underwater with the corals and sea-life. My only criticism was that the sound was a tad high for my liking. The museum itself? Suffice to say...More