Lady Denman Maritime Museum
Where History Comes to Life
Open Daily 10 am to 4 PM
The Lady Denman Maritime Museum Jervis Bay consists of a number of buildings housing the Lady Denman Ferry, permanent exhibitions and temporary exhibitions, surrounded by diverse natural and man-made environments.
The Lady Denman Maritime Museum Jervis Bay is named after Lady Gertrude Denman, wife of the Governor General, Lord Denman and daughter of Industrialist, Weetman Pearson. She is more famous for announcing the name of the new capital city, Canberra, in 1913 than for her other accomplishments while in Australia. Read More About Her Here..
Art Exhibition and Sale of Works
Vera Hatton Gallery, Lady Denman Maritime Museum
19th January 2014 - 23rd March 2014
Julie Freeman, Clive Freeman, Markeeta Freeman and Theresa Ardler are accomplished and recognised artists, from the Wreck Bay Aboriginal community in Jervis Bay.
Their artwork includes sculptures, weaving and paintings and tells of the importance of the local environment and contextualises south coast landscapes.
The Lady Denman Maritime Museum Jervis Bay (formerly known as the Lady Denman Heritage Complex) is located in Huskisson on the South Coast of New South Wales. Huskisson is a small coastal town on the western side of Jervis Bay, about 160km south of Sydney.
The Museum can be accessed from Woollamia Road or Dent Street, Huskisson. There is off street parking at both entrances.
For detailed directions to the Lady Denman Maritime Museum Jervis Bay, click on "Directions" on the map below.