WA Maritime Museum
Discover the vast riches of Western Australia’s maritime history.
Perched on the edge of the Indian Ocean, the WA Maritime Museum is symbolic of Fremantle’s past, present and future as a coastal city and port.
See the significant historic objects and vessels that highlight WA’s sporting, sailing and adventure heritage, including the America’s Cup winning yacht, Australia II and Jon Sanders’ Parry Endeavour.
9.30am – 5pm
ANZAC Day 1pm – 5pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday
|Junior (15 years and under)||Free|
Special exhibitions and events may charge an additional fee
*Concession applies to students, seniors, and health care card holders
^Must present a valid WA Companion card
Become a WA Museum member for the price of a single admission and get 12 months unlimited entry
On the second Tuesday of every month, entry to the WA Maritime Museum is by donation.
Special exhibitions & events
The Western Australian Museum’s much-loved HMAS Ovens submarine is about to begin its face lift and make-over and will be temporarily closed as of 9 January 2023. Follow the link below for further information and to take a virtual tour.
Explore Fremantle’s natural and built heritage for yourself. Dive down the streets and alleyways to discover locations and landmarks featured in the exhibition Fremantle Then & Now: Historical Panoramas.
Ongoing during Fremantle Then & Now exhibition season (ends 19 February 2023)
Contribute your photographic memories of Fremantle to help create a digital gallery of Freo moments.