Maritime Museum of Tasmania
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16 Argyle St, Hobart TAS 7000. Ph: 03 6234 1427. 30 min drive. Open 7 days a week. 9am-5pm. A great place to get a better understanding of the maritime heritage of Tasmania. Close to the Hobart marina.
It's a privately operated maritime museum dedicated to the history of Tasmania association with the sea, ship and ship building. Highlighting ship-wreck, boat building, whaling and Hobart unbreakable bond with the sea.
A wonderful collection of sea going tackle, videos, old maps, artefacts brings Tasmania's maritime history to life by knowledgeable volunteer guides. Next door to TMAG so make a day of it especially if the weather doesn't suit you.
This is a great volunteer-run museum, through which you will learn a heap about early Tasmania, its wrecks and seafaring past. Especially to be seen is the after cabin of HMS Otago, author Joseph Conrad's last ship, the hull of which can be visited at Otago on the other side of the river (take the…
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