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The Australian National Maritime Museum is a museum located in the Darling Harbour precinct of Sydney, Australia. The museum was opened in 1991 and is dedicated to the maritime history of Australia.

The museum has a collection of over 100,000 objects, including ships, boats, and other maritime artifacts. Some of the most notable vessels on display include the HMAS Vampire, the HMAS Onslow, and the HMB Endeavour replica. The museum also has exhibits on naval history, immigration and multiculturalism, and the maritime industry.

In addition to its collection, the museum also hosts a variety of temporary exhibitions and events throughout the year. It also has a range of educational programs for children and adults, including school excursions, workshops, and lectures.

One of the museum's most popular attractions is the opportunity to climb aboard and explore several historic ships that are moored at the museum's wharves. Visitors can explore the ships' decks and learn about their history and significance in Australia's maritime heritage.