WA Shipwrecks Museum (Fremantle) Education
Uncover tales of exploration, disaster, mutiny and survival. Trace the extraordinary voyages of the spice traders and race to discover the Great Southland.
The de Vlamingh plate temporary move
If you’re visiting the WA Shipwrecks Museum in Term 1 2017 please be aware that the de Vlamingh plate will not be on display during this time.
It is currently reunited with the Dirk Hartog dish as part of the world premiere exhibition, Travellers and Traders in the Indian Ocean World, now showing at the WA Maritime Museum.
What's on offer?
|Museum Educator Led 45 mins||Museum Educator Led 45 mins||
|Self-guided Activity 20 min||Museum Educator led1.5 hrs||
|Self-guided Activity 30 min|
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Please note that under our cancellation policy, if you cancel your booking for our facilitated activities within 14 days of your visit, you will be required to pay the full cost of the excursion.