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A brilliant place to visit. Especially good on a rainy day as the main exhibits are all under cover. There's a whole ex-Navy WWII frigate to explore as well as a huge dry dock and museum full of models and artifacts from early Queensland's maritime...More
Jam packed full of artifacts, models and information this museum was a treat. There is an internal museum and an external ship that you can walk through along side some other bits and pieces. Very friendly staff and volunteers. Pram and wheelchair friendly apart from...More
Not expensive. Small museum that had construction going on while we were there. Really like the handcrafted model displays and learning about the history of Brisbane and Australia. The children had the run of an older WW II Frigate, where they could actually move the...More
This delightful maritime museum is located on Brisbane’s Southbank and has a wonderful collection of exhibits which will certainly whet the appetites of many a seafarer and those who are not! We really enjoyed scrambling all over HMAS Diamantina which was decommissioned back in the...More
Really enjoyed the historic section that shared ships' logbooks, from the original European settlers - together with accounts of their very tough existence in carving out what is now the Greater Brisbane Area. A very dedicated bunch of volunteers that 'man the watch' and a...More
It’s a 15 minute walk from the city over Goodwill Bridge to the Museum, but it's perhaps not seen at his best from this direction. It possibly needs a bit of renovation. Inside the museum itself, there are some great exhibits and displays including a...More