Jervis Bay Maritime Museum

Since the original opening, the museum has grown many times over and is now home not only to the Lady Denman but numerous other heritage vessels.

Additionally, on display throughout the museum are hundreds of historic maritime items ranging from hard hat diving equipment, navigation instruments, flintlock firearms, artworks, ship building tools, whaling paraphernalia, model ships and boats, historic lighthouse equipment, sea chests, sailing ship figureheads, surveying equipment, and ceremonial swords to name a few.

Also featured are marine science displays, including sea shells, crustaceans, molluscs and much more.

Set in beautiful native gardens, The Lady Denman is also home to the Timbery Aboriginal Workshop, a marine reserve (fish feeding), a mangrove boardwalk on the banks of Currambene Creek and picnic and BBQ facilities.

There is disabled access throughout the complex.

Phone: 02 4441 5675
http://www.ladydenman.asn.au/

Phone: 02 4441 5675
http://www.ladydenman.asn.au/