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Well worth spending several hours in this well organized museum detailing the extensive maritime history of this area. Staff is very friendly and free highlights tour is definitely worth taking. Thanks, Victor, for such an informative introduction into all the museum offers! Great displays. Information...More
Took my second time in Fremantle to get to to this gem of the city.
So much to see if this sprawling complex - luckily our experienced guide was able to bring its history alive for our group on the Convict tour
Pretty disappointed as many interactive displays not working and our son was not allowed on the submarine tour despite the fact that he is more agile than most adults. We pre purchased tickets and couldnt get a refund either.
3rd visit here with overseas family. Very cheap entrance fee (under 15s free). Informative for all age groups.
Also saw the Kylie museum which was here at the time. Worth a look at the pop princesses outfits from over the years.
Coffee is pretty good...More
We went on the submarine tour which was excellent and what I was looking forward to the most when heading there, but standing in front of Australia 2 for me was the high light, such an important part of Australian sporting history I was nine...More
an interesting display of maritime history, including a submarine on the slip which has guided tours, definitely worth the time to visit, as it happened there was also a display of Kylie Minogue costumes on display
Highlight was a tour of the submarine, took over an hour, excellent guide Garry, an ex submariner who served on board. He knows everything about the boat and is a genuinely lovely bloke. Inside the museum was great, the building itself is magnificent, as are...More