The Gladstone Maritime Museum

The Gladstone Maritime Museum focuses on but are not limited to the maritime history of the Curtis Coast and the Capricorn-Bunker Coral Islands. Displays cover discovery and exploration of the focus area, settlement, early and current industry, Naval involvement and recreational use of the region.

Gladstone Maritime Museum

Gladstone Maritime Museum

Notable displays include the “Wreck Wall” showing shipwreck location up until recent times, and the “Jenny Lind” figurehead with the story of the self-rescue saga following the shipwreck on Kenn Reef.

A number of very detailed models illustrate early sailing vessels, naval vessels, and even the paddlesteamer “PS Premier” which provided the passenger link from the end of the Railway at Gladstone through the narrows to Rockhampton over a century ago.

Where is the Gladstone Maritime Museum?

Gladstone Maritime Museum - Entry Cost

Adult:$6.00
From: 01-Jan-2014 To:31-Dec-2014

Child (4 – 14 yrs):$3.00
From: 01-Jan-2014 To:31-Dec-2014

Concession:$5.00
Identification is required.
From: 01-Jan-2014 To:31-Dec-2014

Family:$15.00
Two adults and three children.
From: 01-Jan-2014 To:31-Dec-2014

Gladstone Maritime Museum - Opening Hours
Public Holidays: Open; Thursdays, Saturday and Sundays 10.00 – 1600

Facilities at Gladstone Maritime Museum

  • Car and Coach Parking
  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
  • Parking for the Disabled
  • Toilet facilities for the Disabled
  • First aid equipment
  • Guide
  • Interpretive Centre
  • Public Toilet

Gladstone Maritime Museum Contact Us
Phone: 07 4972 0810

Disabled Access: Yes. There is access for guests with a disability. All displays are on ground level and there is a small ramp to the toilet.

Phone: 07 4972 0810

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