REMARKABLE – Stories of Australians and their Boats


15 May – 15 June, 2022
Opening hours 10 – 12 Wed Fri Sat

Wetherby Boat Shed, Moruya

Australia’s history is populated with maritime related stories. With over 1,000 rivers and a coast that stretches for more than 36,000 kilometres, it is no surprise that Australia abounds with stories of people who have lived and worked on the water. This exhibition presents some of those stories, exploring the remarkable connections between people and their boats.

Remarkable, created by the Australian Maritime Museums Council (AMMC) and the Australian National Maritime Museum, provides an opportunity for regional audiences to discover national and local stories. The exhibition serves to highlight local stories of small communities that may be unknown to wider audiences.

→Read more about ships and shipping in Moruya


2 responses to “REMARKABLE – Stories of Australians and their Boats”

  1. David Foster Avatar
    David Foster

    Does anyone know the story behind the rusted boat at the weir Bridge on the way to the airport?

  2. A Single Handed Voyage in a Small Craft – MORUYA and District Historical Society Avatar

    […] other fascinating Australian maritime stories see the Moruya Museum’s current exhibition, “Remarkable” on loan from the Australian Maritime Museum until Wednesday 15 June […]

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