Batavia Gallery WA Shipwrecks Museum The Batavia Gallery is the centrepiece of the Shipwreck Galleries. The gallery houses the reconstructed remains of the VOC ship Batavia, excavated by archaeologists in the 1970s. After an extensive treatment and restoration process, the remains of the ship’s stern were rebuilt in this gallery. The gallery also features a skeleton of one of the people murdered on the Abrolhos Islands, a replica of the impressive portico façade – carried as cargo to be used as a grand entrance to the city of Batavia - a reconstruction of the Captain’s cabin, and numerous other artefacts recovered from the wreck. There is an elevated viewing deck to look down upon the stern of the Batavia, and appreciate the size and scope of the wreck and gallery. Batavia Gallery Image copyright of the Western Australian Museum Getting Here Address WA Shipwrecks Museum Cliff Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, 6160, Australia Phone 1300 134 081 By Train The WA Shipwrecks Museum is located within walking distance of Fremantle Station. Visit the Transperth website for timetables. By Bus The WA Shipwrecks Museum is serviced by free Fremantle Cat Service, at stop 23. Visit the Transperth website for timetables and details. By Car Paid parking is available in the City of Fremantle car park just outside the WA Shipwrecks Museum. Additional paid parking is available in the Wilsons car park at the WA Maritime Museum, Victoria Quay which is a short walk from the WA Shipwrecks Museum. View the discussion thread.