Queensland Maritime Museum

Located on the Western Bank promenade, this museum is dedicated to Brisbane’s history as a maritime area. One highlight is the massive map that plots the 1500 shipwrecks (mostly along the Reef) in Queensland’s seas since 1791. There is a life size navy frigate the HMAS Diamantina which you can climb aboard, or you can look at the display of the sinking of the Pandora, a ship that was sent to retrieve the mutineer from Captain Cook’s Bounty.

Phone: (07) 3844 5361
Website: www.maritimemuseum.com.au
Location: 412 Stanley Street
Admission: adult/child (3-14 inclusive) $7/$3.50

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