WA Shipwrecks Museum Tours
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Celebrated as Australia’s leading maritime archaeology museum, the WA Shipwrecks Museum is among the highlights of Fremantle’s Western Australian Museum, housed in an impressive 19th-century Commissariat building. Inside, visitors can uncover fascinating tales of shipwrecks, mutiny and trade along Australia’s treacherous west coast; marvel at items retrieved from shipwrecks like the Zuytdorp, Zeewijk and Vergulde Draeck; and see part of the hull of the Dutch merchant ship, Batavia.
Among the hundreds of items on display, highlights include a 17th-century inscribed plate left on Cape Inscription by Willem de Vlamingh, a plate left by Dirk Hartog during the first confirmed European landing in Western Australia, and a huge collection of rare maps, charts and other artifacts.
The WA Shipwrecks Museum is part of the Western Australian Museum, located on Cliff Street in central Fremantle and is open daily from 9:30am-5pm. Admission is free.
Address: 45 Cliff Street, Fremantle, Australia
Hours: Daily 9:30am-5pm
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What are WA Shipwrecks Museum hours of operation?
WA Shipwrecks Museum hours of operation: Daily 9:30am-5pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.