Located in Daring Harbor, get off at TOWN HALL Station, which exit is forgotten. There are volunteers on the station. Just ask about them, that is, they can't speak Chinese. You can't see it directly when you get out of the station. You have to walk for about 10 minutes. At Darling Harbour, far away from the iron bridge, there is a warship, which is the museum. The fare is a little forgotten. It's like 30 Australian dollars for adults. There are boarding tickets and ordinary tickets for only visiting venues. I think it's even better to visit a ship than to see a venue. It's certain to buy a full ticket. The first boat we visited was boarded with a stamp on our hand when we purchased tickets. Outdoor venues display destroyers, diesel and electric submarines, sailboats and so on. I went on destroyers and submarines. Destroyers are well equipped in living areas besides combat zones. There are dormitories, kitchens, restaurants, officers'activity rooms, laundries and even supermarkets in the ship, which is very different from the warships exhibited in Qingdao Naval Museum. Most areas of the ship are open to visitors, and the equipment is very well protected. Sitting on the ship's bench feels different. Museum visitors are not many, very casual, I spent three hours on a destroyer and submarine. Indoor exhibitions are mostly about Australian marine history and marine machinery, with models and pictures. In addition, there is a supermarket specializing in souvenirs. Everything has its own characteristics, but the price is a little expensive. This place is very worth visiting.
The Maritime Museum is on the side of Daling Port. We arrived late, so we didn't go in. We strolled outside the museum and found that there were many interesting points. Three ships, a destroyer, a torpedo boat and a replica of a ship that Captain Cook found on the mainland of Australia, stopped at the pier at the entrance.
The National Maritime Museum of Australia is actually a museum reflecting the construction of the Australian Navy. There are many precious samples and historical materials, reflecting the history of Australian navigation. Australia is a very militant country, and the navy is also very prominent. Here you can see some advanced ship's physical and model, which is a must for military enthusiasts.
For children, it is a more interesting place. Besides all kinds of animals in the sea, shopping is more attractive to children. Later, I took my little nephew to shopping three times. The place is not very big, we booked tickets on the Internet, there is a direct payment channel there, it is relatively efficient, too many people, if I am alone, should not choose to go, like the feeling of visiting scenic spots in Beijing.
When I came to Sydney Marine Life Aquarium, I saw only six of the legendary mermaids in the world. There were two in the Sydney Aquarium. Although the fat body had nothing to do with the imaginary mermaid, it was very cute. The two tunnels in the aquarium, which add up to 100 meters long, are also very interesting.
The Marine Museum in Daring Harbor is free to visit. The exhibits in the museum are free to visit. It happened that some students came together to visit and study. The harbor in front of the museum is moored with warships and submarines left over from the war. Visits to warships are subject to payment.