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BIG TICKET access to all museum exhibits including: submarine, destroyer and tall ships + 48hr Hop On Hop Off Pass + Manly Fast Ferry + Manly – Darling Harbour Ferry + Harbour Beaches Ferry

Spectacularly located at the Sydney’s waterfront at the northern end of Darling Harbour, the Australian National Maritime Museum is a distinctive indoor/outdoor attraction and a great day’s entertainment for the whole family.

Enter the awesome world of underwater warfare aboard the submarine; explore the last of the big gun destroyers; marvel at Spirit of Australia – the fastest boat in the world, or HMB Endeavour – Captain Cook’s vessel of discovery, and visit James Craig the 1874 Tall Ship (when in port). Explore that danger and drama of Navy life inside the interactive Action Stations exhibit- a museum experience like no other.

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