Australian National Maritime Museum
Built in 1991, the Australian National Maritime Museum continues the traditions of a vibrant Sydney harbour. The museum presents a changing program of exhibitions and events to share Australia’s maritime history and connect the stories, objects, people and places that are part of Australia’s narrative. The museum welcomes over 850,000 visitors annually including families, interstate, and international tourists.
The backbone of the museum is the skilful staff, which includes more than 1500 trained volunteers, with 500 based at the museum. The highly skilled team is made up of experts in many fields and includes conservators, curators, maritime archaeologists, registrars, administrators, shipwrights, designers, librarians and educational specialists.