Western Australian Museum’s Shipwreck Galleries offers people of all ages the opportunity to delve into 100 years of exploration. This museum houses hundreds of relics such as the original timbers from the Batavia, shipwrecked in 1629, and artefacts from many wrecked Dutch ships. Located within a restored Commissariat building from the 1850s, this museum has become the Southern Hemisphere’s leading maritime archaeology museum.
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