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Queensland Maritime Museum

Southbank | (near the Goodwill Bridge), Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia
+61 7 3844 5361
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  • Average11%
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Southbank | (near the Goodwill Bridge), Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia
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Reviewed 15 November 2015

This is a great place to see Australian Nautical History, very good exhibits well maintained easy walking

Thank Michael T
Reviewed 11 November 2015

There is a lot more to this museum, but the ex-HMAS Diamantina is - for us - the highlight. She lies in dry dock at one end of the Southbank Cultural area and with only a passing interest in history we found it fascinating. A...More

Thank Austyannie
Reviewed 8 November 2015

Always lots going on here and staff that are very helpful and knowledgeable. Spend an hour or spend a whole day as there is plenty to see.

Thank TravellingTarns
Reviewed 26 October 2015

Used to live in the street overlooking the Dock....have always wanted to get there...and now have. I really enjoyed the visit...not crowded...fabulous views of the city. A perfect spot for a family outing and picnic at the tables provided. The Diamantina is fascinating and you...More

Thank JulieJulie88
Reviewed 26 October 2015 via mobile

Tucked away at one end of Brisbane's South Bank Cultural Complex, this museum is well worth a visit. The centre piece, in the former South Brisbane Dry Dock, is HMAS Diamantina, the world's sole remaining River class destroyer. Built in 1945 and decommissioned in 1980,...More

Thank Peter P
Reviewed 15 October 2015

My husband and I visited the museum a couple weeks ago. It just happened to be gold coin day. Drop a gold coin into the donation box and that was our entrance fee. Even if we'd paid the normal amount it would've been worth it....More

Thank Joni N
Reviewed 14 October 2015

A long time favourite with locals, right on the Brisbane River and Goodwill Bridge. You can walk across the Bridge, catch a bus to Southbank Bus Station. The dry dock has the S.S. Forceful (steam tug) and H.M.A.S. Diamantina which you can walk through. There...More

Thank carolf445
Reviewed 11 October 2015

HMAS Diamantina. I was serving when she still carried the White Ensign. A great small maritime museum, something Melbourne is yet to copy

Thank AngeKenos
Reviewed 8 October 2015

I spent 2 hours there in the morning, went out for lunch and went back again for another hour and ran out of time before I got to see everything. So did two other ladies I kept bumping into in there. Seek out a guide...More

Thank Neil P
Reviewed 4 October 2015

We were interested to see Jessica Watson's boat, Ella's Pink Lady. Jess was just 16 when she sailed around the globe in this yacht. The Diamantina was interesting too, but then a rainstorm started just as we went into the main museum building, but that...More

Thank alisonangel77
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