Wed 3 Sep 2014

7:00pm8:00pm

Museum of Geraldton

An artists impression of the wrecking of the Zuytdorp

Presented by Adjunct professor Dr Michael (Mack) McCarthy, Curator, Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Museum

Part of the WA Museum’s 2014 In the Wild West Lecture Series.

Some of Western Australia’s most historically significant maritime sites have had many new and exciting developments happening in the field and behind the scenes. Dutch shipwrecks Batavia, Zeewick, Zuytdorp and Gilt Dragon all have new research unfolding, as does the elusive Aagtkerke.

As the WA Museum gears up for the 2016 celebrations of Dirk Hartog’s landing, take an illustrated tour of the latest research activity in the Maritime Archaeology Department with Dr Mack McCarthy.

COST: Entry by donation (Maritime and Geraldton); Free entry (Carnarvon)
BOOKINGS: Essential on 1300 134 081 or using the link below.


An artists impression of the wrecking of the Zuytdorp

An impression of the Zuytdorp ashore

Artwork by Stanley Hewitt

Getting Here

Western Australian Museum - Geraldton Map

Address

2 Museum Place,
Batavia Coast Marina
,
Geraldton,
Western Australia,
6530,
Australia

 

Phone
(08) 9431 8393

Western Australian Museum - Geraldton Map

By Bus
The Western Australian Museum — Geraldton is located within walking distance of Chapman Rd bus-stop, which is serviced by the 501 service. Visit the PTA website for timetables.

By Car
Parking is available onsite.

Accessibility
Accessibility information about the Western Australian Museum — Geraldton can be found on the Access WA website.