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    I recommend for everyone who hasn’t already been there to go to the Maritime Museum and have a look at the HMAS Vampire (war ship). Truly interesting to see this vessels interior, even for people like me, who cannot say of themselves to be particularly interested in warships. I also happened to be lucky as the day I went to the Maritime Museum the Sea Shepherd Crew was docked at Darling Harbour. I joined a guided tour on the Sam Simon, one of the Sea Shepherd Whale Defence vessels. I learned a lot about the dangerous missions the Sea Shepherd Crews regularly operate. Good on these brave troopers who risk their lifes to go out there and protect the whales. Next time you don’t know what to do with yourself: go and visit the Maritime Museum!

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    Great museum in Sydney with exhibitions around everything that relates to the oceans – animals, ships, swimming culture, immigration, trade… there is a lot to see here. Plus, there are changing exhibitions as well such as the life-size whale photography exhibition that is on at the moment. In front of the museum there is a selection of ships and a submarine that you can visit, but tickets are very prices so I haven’t seen them yet. I love the migrants’ stories that are so authentic, sad, happy and true. It’s a great place to return to over and over again, it never seems to get boring.

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    I really liked the navy ships and the captain cook ship exhibit. The vole terra gave very good explanations and some stories that happens to the ships.

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    While the big ticket is a little steep, what you do get is an excellent experience aboard the Endeavour, Onslow and Vampire. I would happily recommend a day out down in the harbour. Excellent views accompany an excellent museum.

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    A great day out. You can look at the great inside exhibitions and than go on to the replica endeavour and Australian Cold war ship, the HMAS Vampire. A great location close to a food court and train station. Make a day of it