Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre

Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre

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mrdom
7 934 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2018 • En solo
I only found out about the public area at the tip of Garden Island a week ago and you probably never see many people out here (partly because it’s only open weekdays) but it’s worth a visit. The F7 ferry line goes there hourly, leaving Circular Quay at X:57, with returns at around X:29, so you might want to plan on a 1.5 or 2.5 hour visit. The heritage centre itself has a two-floor museum of the RAN’s history - maybe not the greatest museum but has some very interesting things. There’s also a garden on the hill with some great views of the navy base and the city - not as good of the harbour due to the tall trees but the area generally is a wonderfully peaceful spot out in the harbour. There are picnic spots plus a basic cafe that does decent coffee and has a great waterside deck.
Écrit le 2 août 2018
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smackinlay
Bordeaux, France671 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2018 • En solo
I thought I had seen most of Sydney’s museums until I realised this one existed. Great place and only accessible by ferry. Very friendly ranger meets the ferry and gives a quick overview. The centre section of one of the Japanese midget submarines is here and lots more. Well worth it!
Écrit le 7 avril 2018
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australie20 935 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2017 • En couple
Located on the northern part of garden island. (Access is by ferry). The centre, houses a museum (definitely worth a visit, for lovers of all things naval) and a cafe, (excellent coffee and snacks) with outdoor seating. If you go on a Sunday, all public transport is capped at $2.50 on the opal card, including ferries.
Écrit le 30 avril 2017
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Bronwyn E
Sydney, Australie128 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2017 • Entre amis
Fabulous place to visit, Heritage very interesting, Cafe very reasonably priced and good food . Gardens beautiful and views spectacular. Access is via ferry which is inexpensive and a beautiful way to get around Sydney. Wheelchair friendly in most parts. Able to picnic and use the free bbq faciliites as well.
Naturally as a working Military base you don't get access all and must respect the rules.

A beautiful piece of Sydney that should be promoted more.
Écrit le 25 avril 2017
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Peter G
Canberra253 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2017 • En couple
Some of the reviewers seemed disappointed there wasn't more (or possibly something different). It is about the RAN and right next to the major naval base on the East coast. So it's much preferable that "you" have an interest in either the military maritime origins of Australia or the Navy itself.

It provides much thoughtful background on the major ships, boats and sailors of the RAN since 1901 (and some NSW colonial vessels). And how former enemies can be reconciled.

A major Naval event in 1914 was HMAS Sydney fighting the Imperial German raider Emden and destroying it. There are many relics of this engagement. Both the Australian and German navies have had successive vessels with the same name and when the latest Emden was laid off (about 10 years ago), Germany donated its commemorative plaque of the 1914 fight - carried by all later Emdens - to this museum.

There are many other small and large items demonstrating what being an Australian sailor meant (my father was one). You can also see graffiti of the First Fleet of 1788 on rocks close by.

The cafe serves excellent coffee and food too.
Écrit le 24 février 2017
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bigkahoonaOssie
Perth, Australie62 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2017 • En solo
I am a bit of a maritime museum tragic, having visited such museums around the world. But there is something not working here. I visited on a Tuesday afternoon and was the only visitor. I saw a man who worked the cafe and one security guard. The museum probably is too specialised and maybe directed at retired Australian Navy personnel.
Écrit le 3 février 2017
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sydneysider48
Sydney, Australie1 117 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2017 • En couple
Located on the naval base at Garden Island and accessible only by ferry, this museum is (disappointingly) really nothing special and not really worth the time of a visit unless one is a naval aficionado.

There is a motley collection of mainly day to day ship and naval items, generally well labelled, but there is really nothing at all special, outstanding or memorable to see. Outside, there is another eclectic collection of weapons and gun barrels, which are poorly labelled, and some memorials to ships past beside the Harbour.

When I visited, staff outnumbered visitors, which is an unfortunate sign of the Museum's popularity, even with free entry.

There is cafe on site, with very limited choices.
Écrit le 10 janvier 2017
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TNJP_Explorer
Yokohama, Japon101 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2016 • En solo
Took me a bit of time to figure it out but access is only available by ferry from Circular Quay (to Garden Island). The site has a main building and a small boat shed with a few displays and a cafe as well. Also, there are some poorly labeled displays (weapons, anchor, equipment etc.) outside that you can enjoy if the weather is nice. I did not see any other visitors while I was there, it was nice to get away from the busy tourist area. The ferry ride had a cost but museum and wandering around Garden Island is free.
Écrit le 5 décembre 2016
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Chuzaa
Vancouver, Canada3 485 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2016 • En couple
オーストラリア海軍のヘリテージ・センターです。実際の海軍基地であるガーデン・アイランドの一画にあり、小規模ですが海軍関連の展示があります。

そうしたなかで、日本人にとってとくに興味深いのは第二次世界大戦中に日本帝国海軍がシドニー港に送り込んだ特殊潜航艇についての案内でしょう。1942年に3隻が送り込まれ、すべてがシドニー港内で沈められたそうですが、センターの建物内にはそれら特殊潜航艇のうち一つの一部が展示されています。あきらかにオーストラリア海軍の爆雷でダメージを受けたことがわかります。

なお、建物内にはカフェテリアがあり、飲み物、スナックなどを購入することができます。

また、ヘリテージ・センターの裏手の丘には建物があり、その屋上からシドニーのきれいな光景を望むことができます。
Écrit le 5 novembre 2016
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Ray F
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia2 440 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2015 • En solo
The RAN Museum is located at the end of Garden Island which is an active navy base. The only land access is if you are on a tour bus, otherwise the Manly ferry & some Captain Cook hop-on hop-off cruises stop here during museum hours. The main display is in a large dockside building, telling of Australia’s naval history from the present back to when the states had colonial navies. There is a large collection of documents, photos, models, uniforms, medals, weapons, trophies, ensigns, crests & other artefacts. There are radar, sonar & asdic panels, and a periscope with which you can view Sydney Harbour traffic. This area is over 2 floors & there is a lift available. In the other half of this building is a café for coffee & light meals plus other artefacts including a figure head, life boat, torpedo, gun & a section of a Japanese midget submarine for the WW2 raid on Sydney. Outside are a gun mount, anti-aircraft gun, missile mountings & control boxes & several gun barrels from different classes of ship. You can also see the entrance to one of the tunnels that traversed under Garden Island. On the highest part of the island is the old signals building which has a lookout on top from which you have a 360 degree view of the harbour. There are several memorials on the walk back to the landing area, to Australia’s original 2 submarines AE1 & AE2, the Australian cruises & corvettes, plus the bow of the HMAS Parramatta from our first naval fleet. I spent 3½ hours here looking at all the displays & having lunch. For the curious I would recommend 2 hours.
Écrit le 23 décembre 2015
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