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Garden Island, Sydney

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  • Spent a few hours here looking at the memorabilia and taking in the scenery...could do with some improvements outside of the museum - which is fantastic. Cafe open during the week, toilets available, ...  more »
  • Surely the Australian navy has a greater heritage than is on display here in a small and Franklyn tedious museum largely filled with trophies and non conflict related memorrabilia. The cafe is nice ho...  more »
  • It is a region with the naval base on the shores of Sydney. Is the name of the Garden Island, but (at least now), rather than the island has become a peninsula. You can can go by ferry from Circular Quay to enjoy the sight of the region from the top of the Hill, and the naval heritage Center, about 1 hour. Not to go near, where tourists can go two places alone, others lined Australia Navy warships. Preserved and displayed some midget Australia Navy Heritage Centre has a small exhibit between the Navy and World War II in the beginning Japan Imperial Navy to Sydney Harbour sent three ships of one ship.
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