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              This year we marked the 50th
              anniversary of the commissioning
              of the Daring class destroyer
              HMAS Vampire, the museum’s
              biggest attraction and Australia’s
              biggest museum object, seen
              here on Australia Day 2009.

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     2008–09 MMAPSS grants and internships                                                                                        visitor and Member programs

     grants                                                            Shoalhaven Historical Society, NSW: $4,090                 HM Bark Endeavour replica outreach                                 lectures and talks
                                                                       to conserve the original frame and oil portrait
      Arts Northern Rivers, NSW: $10,000                               of Captain Craig                                           Voyages                                                            Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950:
     for the ‘Regional Exhibition Trail – Audio Visual Project’                                                                   Sydney to Brisbane 16–27 August                                    lunchtime curator tour (11/07/08)
                                                                       Sydney Flying Squadron, NSW: $2,500                        Brisbane to Coffs Harbour 4–11 September
     Ballina Shire Council, NSW: $4,812.50                             to design and create a new trophy cabinet                                                                                     ‘Crossing the ditch’: the incredible story of kayakers James
                                                                                                                                  Coffs Harbour to Port Macquarie 18–23 September
     to create a vessel management plan for the conservation                                                                                                                                         Castrission and Justin Jones’ crossing of the Tasman Sea
                                                                       The Friends of Dingley Dell, VIC: $6,000                   Port Macquarie to Newcastle 30 September–7 October
     and interpretation of MV Florrie                                                                                                                                                                in their custom-built kayak Lot 41 (20/07/08)
                                                                       to design and construct two models of SS Admella and       Newcastle to Sydney 14–18 October
     Balmoral Beach Club, NSW: $3,100                                  the Portland lifeboat for public display                                                                                      ‘M’Andrew’s Hymn – the age of marine steam, men and
                                                                                                                                  Opening dates
     for development and preservation of the club archives                                                                                                                                           machines’: talk by marine engineers Steven Adams,
                                                                       Uralla Historical Society, NSW: $8,000                     Brisbane 29 August–2 September
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ANMM Fleet Manager, and Neil Brough, ex-ANMM, about
     Busselton Historical Society Inc, WA: $5,128.40                   towards the new exhibition Trickett’s Triumph              Coffs Harbour 13–16 September
                                                                                                                                                                                                     the development of the steam engine and its impact on
     towards the restoration of PS Jumna                                                                                          Port Macquarie 25–28 September
                                                                       Williamstown Historical Society Inc, VIC: $6,000                                                                              shipping (24/07/08)
                                                                                                                                  Newcastle 9–12 October
     Clarence River Historical Society, NSW: $3,500                    to make and install custom-built glass cabinets to house                                                                      Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950:
     to clean and stabilise a large embroidery circa 1880              model ships                                                                                                                   lunchtime curator tour (08/08/08)
     depicting the City of Grafton entering the Clarence River                                                                    seminars and conferences
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ‘MV Doulos – a captain’s story’: talk by Captain Ashley
     Davey’s Bay Yacht Club, VIC: $4,500
                                                                       internships                                                ‘Trash or treasure?’: one-day seminar on travel souvenirs,         McDonald about the world’s oldest ocean-going passenger
     towards the digitisation component of its ‘100 Years                                                                         with speakers Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet;
                                                                       Janelle Blucher museum attendant from Norfolk Island                                                                          vessel, now an enormous floating bookshop (07/09/08)
     of Davey’s Bay’ project                                                                                                      Daryl Mills, antique travel item collector; historian Dr Richard
                                                                       Museum (April 2009)                                                                                                           ‘The story of The Charlotte Medal’: lunchtime talk by
     King Island Museum, TAS: $2,000                                                                                              White, University of Sydney; and cultural guru Professor
                                                                       John Readhead archivist at Royal Perth Yacht Club          Peter Spearritt, University of Queensland (27/07/08)               ANMM curator Kieran Hosty and preview of one of the
     for the relocation of the Brahmin artefacts to the museum
                                                                       (May 2009)                                                                                                                    acknowledged treasures of our maritime history (12/09/08)
     Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum, VIC: $3,000                                                                                    ‘The search for Captain Cook’s lost anchors and cannons’:
                                                                                                                                  seminar plus film screening on the search for Cook’s cannon        2008 Cruise Forum 3 – ‘Krait anniversary and Operation
     for restoration of the eight recovered PBY5A wheel struts
                                                                                                                                  and anchor, and recovery of HMS Resolution’s anchor,               Jaywick’: cruise to Garden Island Heritage Centre with
     Maritime Museum of Tasmania: $4,200                                                                                          with speakers: corrosion expert Emeritus Professor Colin           illustrated talk by senior curator Lindsey Shaw and Barry
     for frame construction, image printing and the exhibition                                                                    Pearson, University of Canberra; film producers Roland             Grant, President 1 Commando Association Inc, plus viewing
     opening of the Wooden Boat Photographic Exhibition for                                                                       Beckett and Don Murray; and Dr Nigel Erskine, ANMM                 of Krait and documentary The Story of the Krait: Tigers and
     the Australian Wooden Boat Festival                                                                                          curator of exploration (10/08/08)                                  Snakes (25/09/08)
     Norfolk Island Museum: $6,000                                                                                                ‘In the wake of the Beagle – Science in the southern oceans        ‘Irish archaeology – County Galway and the port of Aran’:
     to conduct a significance assessment and upgrade the                                                                         from the age of Darwin’: a two-day international symposium         talk by Irish archaeologist Michael Gibbons on the maritime
     catalogue to reflect the findings of the assessment                                                                          exploring the development of Darwin’s evolutionary theory          history and archaeology of County Galway, 9th–11th-
                                                                                                                                  and his lasting scientific legacy (20–21/03/09)                    century Viking settlement in Ireland, and the history
     Port Fairy Historic Lifeboat Station, VIC: $5,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                     of Killeany, port of Aran (01/10/08)
     to support the refit of the whaleboat, including a centre case,                                                              ‘HMAS Vampire – the story of a ship and the people who
     centre board, rudder and replica sails                                                                                       served on her’: seminar celebrating the 50th birthday              ‘The fastest man on water’: Ken Warby tells the story
                                                                                                                                  of Daring class destroyer HMAS Vampire, with guest                 of Spirit of Australia, Members lecture (08/10/08)
     Port MacDonnell and District Maritime Museum Association
     Inc in partnership with the Admella Commemoration                                                                            speakers RADM Steve Gilmore; former Cockatoo Island                ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’: story of the 2008 discovery of
     Advisory Committee, SA: $9,790                                                                                               CEO and historian John Jeremy; Vampire Association patron          the wrecks of the tragic HMAS Sydney (II) and the German
     towards signage and brochures for the Admella                                                                                and former chief of navy VADM David Leach (Rtd);                   raider HSK Kormoran, told by chairman of the Finding
     Discovery Trail                                                                                                              and former commanding officers from the various eras,              Sydney Foundation, Ted Graham, and Dr Mike McCarthy,
                                                                                                                                  plus RAN band Sunset Ceremony (20/06/09)                           curator of the WA Maritime Museum (11/10/08)
     Port of Yamba Historical Society, NSW: $4,000
     for the repair and conservation of a 100-year-old, 13-foot                                                                                                                                      ‘The boys from Cockatoo’: lecture and Members exhibition
     clinker skiff                                                                                                                                                                                   viewing (15/10/08)
     Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron, VIC: $3,000                                                                                                                                                     2008 Cruise Forum 4 – ‘Sydney hosts the Great White
     for the digitisation of photographs and oral histories                                                                                                                                          Fleet’: cruise to Farm Cove and the Botanic Gardens with
     of the squadron                                                                                                                                                                                 talk by Paul Hundley, senior curator of the USA Gallery,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     and historian Bob Irving (16/10/08)

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     04 appendixes 2 visitor and Member programs                                                                                                                                                                                     04 appendixes 2 visitor and Member programs

     ‘A history of British Canals’: illustrated talk by Harry Hignett,   ‘1788 – The brutal truth of the First Fleet’: lecture by author    ‘Garden Island heritage tour’: behind-the-scenes guided          The Story of the Krait: Tigers and Snakes (in conjunction with
     a Manchester canal pilot for 33 years (19/10/08)                    and former ABC chairman David Hill about his book that             tour of the heritage precinct with The Naval Historical          2008 Cruise Forum 3) (25/09/08)
                                                                         uses diaries, letters and official records to reconstruct the      Society of Australia (16/10/08)
     ‘Titanic: The Ship Magnificent’: talk by contributors Daniel                                                                                                                                            Dall’Italia all’Australia (‘From Italy to Australia’): screening of
                                                                         true story of the First Fleet (29/03/09)
     Klistorner and Steve Hall about this magnificent and                                                                                   International Day of People with Disability: curator-led touch   Angelo Drovetti’s 1924 silent classic introduced by author
     comprehensive two-volume work covering every aspect of              ‘A Pearling Master’s Journey and tour of John Louis’:              tour of Vaka Moana – Voyages of the Ancestors for people         Anthony De Bolfo and accompanied by acclaimed musicians
     the structure of the world’s most famous ship (23/10/08)            illustrated talk by authors of this superb history of the          with vision impairment by Professor Kerry Howe, Massey           Kavisha Mazzella and David De Santi. In association with the
                                                                         Western Australian pearling industry, plus tour of the             University, NZ (07/12/08)                                        Istituto Italiano di Cultura and Co.As.It (11/01/09)
     ‘Behind the scenes: The hunt for HMAS Sydney’: talk by
                                                                         museum’s pearling lugger John Louis with Fleet manager
     director and writer Rob Macauly about the five-year research                                                                           International Day of People with Disability: Auslan tours        ‘Movies by moonlight’ on the helideck of HMAS Vampire:
                                                                         Steven Adams (05/04/09)
     behind the ABC’s outstanding documentary The hunt for                                                                                  of the museum, destroyer Vampire, submarine Onslow               We Dive at Dawn (1943) (04/03/09); They’re a Weird Mob
     HMAS Sydney, including previously unseen footage.                   Heritage Week lecture – ‘Celestial navigation past and             and HMB Endeavour for people with hearing impairment             (1966) (05/03/09)
     In association with Sydney Heritage Fleet (05/11/08)                present’: presentation on early navigation instruments and         (14/12/08)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‘Vampire flix by the Vampire’: Cult blaxploitation classic
                                                                         techniques by Ross Matson, Captain of HMB Endeavour
     ‘Deep-sea wrecks of NSW – The Sydney Project’: stories                                                                                 ‘Commando raider Krait’: story of WWI raider Krait plus          Blacula (11/06/09); 80s favourite The Lost Boys
                                                                         replica (06/04/09)
     of recent deep-sea shipwreck discoveries by team                                                                                       inspection with ANMM Fleet manager Steven Adams                  (12/06/09); and latest blockbuster Twilight (13/06/09);
     members of the Sydney Project, including amazing film               ‘At sea to the Antarctic’: Gary Wilson, former deck officer of     (30/01/09)                                                       outdoor cinema screenings on the new performance
     footage (09/11/08)                                                  research and supply vessel Aurora Australis, describes a                                                                            platform
                                                                                                                                            ‘Darwin at the National Museum of Australia’: day tour
                                                                         typical voyage to the Australian Antarctic bases (19/04/09)
     ‘Postwar Dutch emigration – ships and people’: illustrated                                                                             to Canberra to view the NMA’s Charles Darwin exhibition
     talk by maritime historian and author Peter Plowman about           ‘Mermaid found!’: talk by members of the expedition that           (22/02/09)                                                       on the water
     the challenges faced by postwar Dutch emigrants to                  finally solved a 180-year-old mystery by locating the wreck
                                                                                                                                            ‘Garden Island heritage tour’: behind-the-scenes guided          ‘Papal boat-a-cade’: World Youth Day Harbour cruise to see
     Australia, including pictorial records of the ships that brought    of HM Colonial Schooner Mermaid (23/04/09)
                                                                                                                                            tour of the heritage precinct with The Naval Historical          Pope Benedict XVI (11/07/08)
     thousands of migrants here (16/11/08)
                                                                         2009 Cruise Forum 2 – ‘Farewell working harbour – the end          Society of Australia (16/04/09)
     ‘Vaka Moana – Voyages of the Ancestors’: Members special            of an era’: viewing of ANMM photographer Andrew Frolows’                                                                            Whale-watching cruise off the coast of Sydney on purpose-
                                                                                                                                            ‘Wharf 7 Heritage Centre’: behind-the-scenes tour with           built offshore vessel True Blue (26/07/08)
     talk and exhibition preview by Professor Kerry Howe from            photos of the last days of the roll-on/roll-off vehicle carriers
                                                                                                                                            manager Jonathan London (17/04/09)
     Massey University, Auckland (09/12/09)                              at Glebe Island, followed by a ferry cruise with Andrew,                                                                            Whale-watching cruise off the coast of Sydney on True Blue
                                                                         Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority historian Wayne                                                                                  (03/08/08)
     ‘19th-century whaling links America and Australia’: illustrated
     presentation by Michael Dyer of the New Bedford Whaling
                                                                         Johnson, and author Gregory Blaxell (07/05/09)                     film programs
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Vintage model skiff race off Rodd Island with ‘Balmain
     Museum, recipient of the inaugural ANMM USA Gallery                 ‘My speedboat collection’: talk by David Pagano about his          Free family movie during school holidays to complement the       Bug’ enthusiasts and model-builders Dennis and Harry
     Fellowship (14/12/08)                                               passion for collecting and his mission to assemble one of          temporary exhibition program: Toad of Toad Hall                  McGoogan to farewell the Bateaux Jouets exhibition
                                                                         the largest collections of power boating history in Australia      (06–20/07/08); Toy Story (28/09/08–12/10/08);                    (17/08/08)
     ‘The magic of models at the maritime museum’: talk by
                                                                         (26/05/09)                                                         Horrible Histories – Highly Hawai’ian (27/12/08–
     experts Richard Keyes, ANMM volunteer, and Mike Bass,                                                                                                                                                   ‘Spring, spray and jacarandas’: cruise on Lane Cove River
     from Cutting Edge Models, on the art and skill of marine            ‘The General Grant’s gold – shipwreck and greed in the             25/01/09); Sea Princesses (12–26/04/09)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             aboard historic ferry Sydney Princess, with commentary
     model-building (01/02/09)                                           southern ocean’: talk by author Ken Scadden about his new          Free family movie every Sunday during term to complement         by Adam Woodhams, assistant gardening editor with
                                                                         book, which traces the mystery of the 1866 wreck of the            the temporary exhibition program: Toulouse Lautrec               Better Homes and Gardens (26/10/08)
     ‘Memories of a Japanese war bride’: talk by Dr Keiko
                                                                         General Grant and her elusive cargo of gold (28/06/09)             (07/08–08/08); Anchors Aweigh (09/08); The Castle
     Tamura, author of Michi’s Memories, with the opportunity                                                                                                                                                Harbour sail on Danish tall ship, Our Svanen (22/11/08)
     to talk to war bride Teruko Blair and view the new exhibition                                                                          (10/08–11/08); Welcome to Cockatoo (12/08); Whale
                                                                                                                                            Rider (02/09); Around the World in 80 Days (03/09);              Sydney-to-Hobart race-start ferry cruise aboard luxury ferry
     of her poignant memorabilia (05/02/09)                              tours and walks
                                                                                                                                            Charles Darwin explains the Diversity of Life and                MV Seivadis (26/12/08)
     Great White Fleet: US sea power on parade 1908: lunchtime           ‘Flying Boats of Sydney’: Members curator-led tour of this         The Dragons of Galapagos (06/09)
     curator tour with exhibition curator Paul Hundley (06/03/09)                                                                                                                                            Visiting yacht LTU 1000 Ambersail open to the public at the
                                                                         exhibition at the Museum of Sydney (08/08/08)
                                                                                                                                            Roland Beckett’s Six Heavy Fish and a Ton of Sinkers             museum’s Heritage Pontoon, while celebrating 1,000 years
     7th Phil Renouf Memorial Lecture – ‘Salt water in his veins         ‘Visiting research vessel Southern Surveyor’: behind-the-          (1971); Don Murray’s Cook’s Anchor (1975); and Sir David         of Lithuanian history and culture with a circumnavigation
     – tall stories and other ships’: illustrated lecture by Alan        scenes tours of the CSIRO Marine National Facility’s state-        Lean’s Lost and Found, The Story of Cook’s Anchor (1979):        (31/12/08–02/01/09)
     Edenborough, editor of Australian Sea Heritage.                     of-the-art blue-water research vessel (02–21/09/08)                three little-known documentaries screened to accompany
     In association with Sydney Heritage Fleet (12/03/09)                                                                                                                                                    Australia Day family ferry cruise on Sydney Harbour aboard
                                                                                                                                            a seminar on the search for Cook’s lost anchor and cannons
                                                                         Visiting state-of-the-art research vessel Southern Surveyor:                                                                        MV John Cadman II (26/01/09)
     Seniors Week: curator tour of Charles Darwin – Voyages and                                                                             (10/08/08)
                                                                         talk by Captain Fred Stein and CSIRO representatives plus
     ideas that shook the world (20/03/09)                                                                                                                                                                   Australia Day HM Bark Endeavour sail on Sydney Harbour
                                                                         after-hours tour of the ship (03/09/08)                            A selection of Peruvian films (17/08/08)
     ‘Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the world”:          ‘Commonwealth Lightship 4, Carpentaria’: talk and                  Solo: premiere of the heart-wrenching documentary about
     special talk and Members preview with exhibition curator                                                                                                                                                Ferry cruise to view heritage 18-ft skiff race with
                                                                         tour of CLS4 by ANMM fleet manager Steven Adams,                   adventurer Andrew McAuley and his tragic quest to kayak
     Dr Nigel Erskine (25/03/09)                                                                                                                                                                             commentary by ANMM wooden boat expert and manager
                                                                         plus screening of short film The Gathering Flame, about            solo across the Tasman Sea (06/09/08)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             of the Australian Register of Historic Vessels, David Payne
     ‘Happy Birthday Mr Darwin’: lectures by Dr Nigel Erskine,           Australian lightships (16/09/08)
                                                                                                                                            ‘Movies by moonlight’ aboard HMAS Vampire: We Dive               (28/02/09)
     curator of the Charles Darwin exhibition; Richard Neville,          Tour of Argentinean tall ship ARA Libertad during its berthing     at Dawn (1943) including pre-screening tour of submarine
     Mitchell Library; and Dr Brett Summerell, Royal Botanic                                                                                                                                                 ‘Royal Australian Navy Fleet Entry cruise’: viewing of the
                                                                         at Garden Island. (20/09/08)                                       HMAS Onslow (10/09/08); They’re a Weird Mob (1966)
     Gardens, followed by a curator-led viewing of the exhibition                                                                                                                                            entry of up to 21 RAN ships into Sydney Harbour, plus
     (26/03/09)                                                          ‘A history of Sydney Harbour wooden boats’: tour of                                                                                 on-water activities and Navy helicopter flyovers (13/03/09)
                                                                         Sydney Heritage Fleet’s large collection of classic craft,         The Gathering Flame, short film on Australian lightships,
                                                                         plus a behind-the-scenes visit to the Wharf 7 workshop             to accompany a talk by ANMM Fleet manager Steven
                                                                         (08/10/08)                                                         Adams and tour of CLS4 Carpentaria (16/09/08)

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      ‘Autumn leaves annual garden and history cruise’ on Lane        ‘Family fun Sundays’: activities themed on our temporary      ‘Pirate-led treasure hunts’ for young castaways, plus craft        ‘Simple machines’: students discover how simple machines
      Cove River aboard MV Sydney Princess with commentary            exhibitions: Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris            activities (28/06/09)                                              in the museum make work easier. Years 3–4
      by Adam Woodhams, assistant gardening editor with Better        1850–1950 (07/08–08/08); Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs
                                                                                                                                    ‘Family day: HMAS Vampire 50th anniversary’: special               ‘Submarine adventure’: students learn how these
      Homes and Gardens (09/05/09)                                    of travel (10/08–11/08); Vaka Moana – Voyages of the
                                                                                                                                    family activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the         fascinating vessels work and visit a real submarine –
                                                                      Ancestors (02/09–03/09); and Charles Darwin – Voyages
                                                                                                                                    commissioning of Daring class destroyer HMAS Vampire,              HMAS Onslow. Years 2–6
                                                                      and ideas that shook the world (05/09–06/09)
      Welcome Wall ceremonies                                                                                                       including the RAN band, signal flag display and cake-cutting
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‘Don’t mess with the Junksons’: a workshop where
                                                                      ‘Mini Mariners’: interactive themed program for               ceremony (21/06/09)
      Welcome Wall unveiling of 779 new names themed on                                                                                                                                                Professor Pufferfish examines the polluting behaviour of the
                                                                      preschoolers each Tuesday during school term, including
      ‘Sport’ with guest speaker former champion Olympian                                                                                                                                              Junkson family and its impact on our waterways. Years 2–6
                                                                      Tall Ships (07/08; 10/08); Boats in the Harbour (08/08;
      swimmer and Latvian migrant, John Konrads (31/10/08)            11/08; 03/09); Under the Sea (09/08; 04/09); Pirates
                                                                                                                                    festivals and special events                                       ‘Endeavour’: an experiential history guided tour of this
      Welcome Wall unveiling of 1,170 new names by the Minister       Ahoy! (12/08; 06/09); Sail around the World! (02/09);         ‘Lima – City of Kings’: a festival celebrating Peruvian culture    18th-century replica vessel. Years 3–6
      for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts, the Hon Peter       and Captain’s Crew (05/09)                                    and gastronomy, with music, dance, film, handcrafts,               ‘Navigators/Endeavour’: a special package featuring tours
      Garrett AM MP (31/05/09)                                        Dymocks Golden Paw Award: exhibition of best entries          cooking demonstrations, food stalls, a fashion parade and          of both exhibits. Years 3–6
                                                                      in a Foundation of National Parks and Wildlife drawing        entertainment for kids. In association with The Consulate
                                                                                                                                    General of Peru and Soul of Peru (17/08/08)                        ‘Life on a tall ship’: students investigate life on the
      Members special events                                          competition highlighting Australia’s threatened native
                                                                                                                                                                                                       19th-century vessel James Craig. Years 3–6
                                                                      species (27/09/08–12/10/08)                                   ‘International Talk Like a Pirate Day’, a festival-style version
      ‘James Squire beer lovers tour and tasting’ at Malt Shovel                                                                    of our Years K–3 Pirate School to celebrate this amusing           ‘My special place’: looks at how Indigenous artists use
                                                                      ‘Kids Deck’: holiday activities and play inspired by our
      Brewery, with brew master Chuck Hahn (06/08/08)                                                                               international day (21/09/09)                                       symbols to express meaning in the Saltwater bark paintings.
                                                                      Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of travel exhibition
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Students also create works using their own symbols.
      Annual wardroom dinner on 20th anniversary of the               (28/09/08–12/10/08)                                           ‘Trash or Treasure collectors Sunday’: stalls, appraisals,         Years 4–6
      decommissioning of HMAS Vampire, presided over                                                                                live entertainment and children’s activities (21/09/08)
                                                                      ‘You got it where?’: interactive family theatre performance
      by CMDR Mike Taylor RAN (Rtd) assisted by former ship’s                                                                                                                                          ‘Technology of gold’: a workshop tracing the history of gold
                                                                      uncovering the ‘real’ story behind travel souvenirs           International Day of People with Disability: ‘Flags ahoy!’
      officer CMDR Bill Ruse RAN (Rtd) (13/08/08)                                                                                                                                                      in Australia, including the Gold Rushes, physical properties
                                                                      (28/09/08–12/10/08)                                           artworks painted on flags by members of community and              of gold and methods of mining. Years 5–6
      17th Members anniversary lunch with ANMM director                                                                             disability groups on display at the museum (01–14/12/08)
                                                                      ‘Night in the navy’: evening of family adventure aboard
      Mary-Louise Williams and museum council chairman,                                                                                                                                                ‘Shipwreck stories’: students investigate the stories
                                                                      destroyer HMAS Vampire (25/10/08)                             Port Macquarie and Hastings Municipal Concert Band
      Peter Sinclair AM CSC (30/11/08)                                                                                                                                                                 of several shipwrecks through a museum tour and
                                                                      ‘Family evening on HMB Endeavour replica’ with a sausage      outdoor performance (13/12/08)                                     hands-on workshop. Years 5–6
      Wetworld family breakfast: exclusive before-hours Members
                                                                      sizzle on the wharf (15/11/08)                                SS Maton on display: public viewings of the unique custom-
      playtime with a welcoming champagne for the adults                                                                                                                                               ‘Science and the sea’: a workshop examining corrosion,
      (07/01/09)                                                      ‘Just imagine!’: an interactive musical pirate adventure      built guitar-shaped boat made famous by Sydney singer/             buoyancy, navigation and communication, followed
                                                                      for preschoolers with Captain Bandanna and Splash the         songwriter Josh Pyke’s video clip (02–19/02/09)                    by a tour of the museum looking at scientific principles
      Australia Day Members family picnic and fireworks party
                                                                      Mermaid (02/12/08)                                            Victor Harbor High School (SA) concert band outdoors               in action. Years 5–6
      in the museum forecourt and on HMAS Vampire decks
      (26/01/09)                                                      ‘Kids on Deck’: holiday activities and play inspired by       on the new performance platform (29/06/09)                         ‘Highlights tour’: general museum tour that can be themed
                                                                      our Vaka Moana – Voyages of the Ancestors exhibition                                                                             to particular areas of interest. Tours catering especially for
      ‘HM Bark Endeavour’: guided tour and farewell breakfast
                                                                      (27/12/08–25/01/09)                                           visiting schools – permanent programs                              English language students are also available
      for Members (03/05/09)
                                                                      ‘Discovery trail’: self-guided activity sheet to explore
      HMAS Vampire 50th anniversary naval dinner: black-                                                                            Primary:                                                           secondary:
                                                                      the Vaka Moana exhibition (27/12/08–25/01/09)
      tie event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the
                                                                                                                                    ‘Sounds of the sea’: students explore the museum,                  ‘Science and the sea’: a workshop examining corrosion,
      commissioning of HMAS Vampire, with museum chairman             ‘Wetworld’: activity centre in the North Wharf marquee,
                                                                                                                                    searching for exhibits that feature a series of phonetic           buoyancy, navigation and communication, followed by
      Captain Peter Sinclair (Rtd) and Council Naval representative   for 3–12-year-olds (27/12/08–25/01/09)
                                                                                                                                    sounds and blends such as s, sh, ch and th. Years K–1              a tour of the museum looking at scientific principles
      RADM Steven Gilmore, including a performance by the RAN
                                                                      ‘Pacific play!’: workshops, performances and                                                                                     in action. Years 7–8
      band (19/06/09)                                                                                                               ‘Splash!’: features a tour of the Watermarks exhibition,
                                                                      demonstrations in conjunction with our Vaka Moana –
                                                                                                                                    a workshop that focuses on leisure activities on, in, under        ‘What is history?’: a hands-on workshop and museum tour
                                                                      Voyages of the Ancestors exhibition (05–25/01/09)
                                                                                                                                    and near the sea, and a themed creative arts activity.             focusing on historical methods, practices and inquiry.
      children and family programs                                                                                                  Years K–2
                                                                      ‘Sydney Harbour Week’: family evening on board HMB                                                                               Years 7–8
      ‘Kids Deck’: holiday activities and play inspired by the        Endeavour with a sausage sizzle on the museum’s wharf
                                                                                                                                    ‘Pirate school’: transposes school subjects into piratical         ‘Dipping into history’: a museum tour giving an overview
      Bateaux Jouets exhibition (06–20/07/08)                         (07/03/09)
                                                                                                                                    equivalents as students earn their own pirate licence.             of 20th-century Australian history. Years 9–10
      ‘NAIDOC Week storytelling’: a celebration of Indigenous         ‘Pirate treasure hunts’ for young castaways (22/03/09)        Activities include a treasure hunt and optional visit to
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‘Shipwreck sleuths’: a workshop, museum tour and visit
      cultures with Indigenous storyteller Marlene Cummins’ tales                                                                   James Craig. Years K–3
                                                                      ‘Kids on Deck’: holiday activities and play inspired by our                                                                      to James Craig where students employ scientific principles
      from her ancestors (06–13/07/08)                                                                                              ‘Transport’: students identify various types of water
                                                                      Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the world                                                                          to investigate shipwrecks. Years 9–10
      ‘Endeavour recruits’: young recruits perform the duties         exhibition (12–26/04/09)                                      transport, their propulsion methods and uses. A harbour
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‘Maritime archaeology’: students examine objects from
      of an 18-century sailor at sea (06–20/07/08)                                                                                  cruise may be added to this tour. Years 1–2
                                                                      Face painting (19/04/09; 26/04/09)                                                                                               shipwrecks and visit museum displays to learn how
      After-dark pirate ghost tour on board the James Craig,                                                                        ‘Navigators’: students tour the Navigators, Eora and Age           historians use material culture to reconstruct the past.
                                                                      Roaming character Charles ‘Gas’ Darwin (our intrepid
      with viewing of Bateaux Jouets exhibition for the adults                                                                      of Sail exhibitions to investigate early contact with the          Years 8–12
                                                                      explorer) and his pet beagle (12–26/04/09)
      (09/07/08)                                                                                                                    Australian continent by European and non-European
                                                                      ‘After-dark pirate tour of the museum’ plus viewing           explorers. Years 3–4
                                                                      of Charles Darwin exhibition for the adults (13/05/09)

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      ‘Shipwrecks, corrosion and conservation’: students look
      at the chemistry behind corrosion and the conservation
                                                                       appendix 3
      of metals from shipwrecks through a series of experiments
      and a museum tour. Year 12 Chemistry                             selected acquisitions to the National Maritime Collection
      ‘Journeys’: a museum tour looking at the stories of people
      who have journeyed to Australia by sea. Year 12 English
      (Area of Study)

      ‘Pyrmont walk’: a series of different site/field studies where
      students tour Pyrmont looking at the changing nature of the
      suburb. Tours are available for geography and history.           artworks, prints, photographs and posters                        Movie poster The raider Emden, 1928
      An inner-harbour cruise may be added to this tour.                                                                                The black-and-white silent film Kreuzer Emden (Cruiser
      Years 7–12                                                       Albumen photographic print of the SS Great Britain and           Emden) was written in 1926 by Louis Ralph, and released
                                                                       Captain John Gray on a carte-de-visite                           in Germany in 1926, in Japan in 1927, and in America in April
      ‘Highlights tour’: general museum tour that can be themed
                                                                       The SS Great Britain was one of the favoured ships for           1928. It had a running time of 65 minutes. This poster was
      to particular areas of interest. Tours catering especially for
                                                                       bringing immigrants to Australia between 1852 and 1876,          produced specifically for the American market where the
      English language students are also available. Years 7–12
                                                                       being fast, well organised and reasonably comfortable.           title was changed to The Raider Emden. The battle between
      and adult students
                                                                       The ship had an extensive and varied working life from           HMAS Sydney (I) and SMS Emden in November 1914
                                                                       its launching in 1843 through until it was scuttled off the      destroyed the Emden with the loss of many of its
      visiting schools – temporary and special                         Falkland Islands in 1937. It is now a museum ship in Bristol,    crew, while the captain, von Muller, was taken prisoner.
      programs                                                         England, drawing visitors from around the world. This carte-     This poster is a reminder of the importance of the event,
                                                                       de-visite is a rare piece of SS Great Britain history and that   albeit from a German point of view. Purchased from
      programs linked to temporary exhibitions                         of her unfortunate captain John Gray, who disappeared from       Jonathan Hugh Dickson
                                                                       the ship in somewhat mysterious circumstances in 1872.
      Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950:                                                                                  Ninth plate ambrotype photograph of a crewman
                                                                       Purchased from Australian Book Auctions
      ‘Toys in time’: students examined toy boats from different                                                                        from HMS Curacoa
      eras and investigated how they work. Years 1–2                   Carte-de-visite photograph of George Tombs who drowned           HMS Curacoa was the fourth flagship of the Australia
                                                                       in the wreck of the Mary Lawson on Middleton Reef, Coral         Station 1863–66 and is best known for its cruise among the
      ‘Simple machines’: students investigated how simple
                                                                       Sea in 1866                                                      islands of the South Pacific, showing the might of the British
      machines propelled toy boats and looked at how simple
                                                                       The wooden three-masted barque Mary Lawson was                   Royal Navy. At each location, studies of the inhabitants,
      machines in the museum make work easier. Years 3–4
                                                                       wrecked on Middleton Reef on the morning of 10 June              flora and fauna were undertaken and many specimens were
      Guided tours for French language students with a French-         1866 during a voyage from Sydney to Shanghai with                collected. This studio portrait brings a human context to the
      speaking guide, followed by an optional lunch at The Little      a cargo of coal. Four sailors who survived the wreck sailed      story of the Curacoa, detailing as it does a sailor in uniform
      Snail French restaurant in Pyrmont. Years 3–12                   300 nautical miles westward in a small ship’s boat before        of the period. Purchased from Jonathan Hugh Dickson
                                                                       landing near the Clarence River on the New South Wales
      Permanent programs such as ‘Transport’ and ‘Splash!’                                                                              Woven works by Harry (Sandra) Higgs, 2004
                                                                       coast. Upon their arrival in Sydney, the Colonial Government
      were themed to include the Bateaux Jouets exhibition                                                                              Tasmanian fibre works are fast becoming collector items.
                                                                       despatched HMS Falcon to search for other survivors
      Vaka Moana – Voyages of the Ancestors: guided tours              on the isolated reef. Although the wreck was discovered          The mostly female artists continue to diversify their
      of the exhibition. Years 3–12                                    on the eastern side of Middleton Reef there was no sign of       techniques, materials and products to a point where
                                                                       the missing sailors. Purchased from Jonathan Hugh Dickson        the works are collected for their artistic merit above any
      Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of travel: guided tours                                                                              utilitarian use they may have. Sandra (Harry, Harri) Higgs
      of the exhibition. Years 3–12                                    Dhamalay Marrangal Guya Radjuk (Sea Eagle Catching               is an Indigenous woman working in Tasmania using local
                                                                       Barramundi), Alfred Walpay, 2007                                 materials to produce many forms and shapes. She uses
      Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the world:
                                                                       This sculpture is made from eucalyptus wood and painted          creative weaving practices to make various shapes
      guided tours of the exhibition focusing on senior biology,
                                                                       with natural ochres. The sea eagle is a totem of Walpay’s        using combinations of coiling, twining and cross-stitch
      history electives and general science
                                                                       mother, and the barramundi of his grandmother. The               techniques. Purchased from Art Mob Pty Ltd
      ‘Phylum fun program’: a hands-on workshop and guided tour        markings on each figure are exclusive to the Yirritja
      of the exhibition where students investigate the scientific      moiety and cannot be painted by others. Purchased from
      classification of living things                                  Mossenson Galleries

                                                                       Eight albumen photographs by Rev Dr George Brown from
                                                                       the voyage of the SS Moresby to New Guinea and the
                                                                       Solomon Islands
                                                                       The Rev Dr George Brown (1835–1917) was active in
                                                                       Melanesia and Polynesia throughout the latter part of the
                                                                       19th century. An outstanding photographer, his images
                                                                       combine a strong compositional sense with an eye
                                                                       for ethnographically or anthropologically interesting or
                                                                       significant subjects. Purchased from Jonathan Hugh Dickson

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      trophies, medals                                                            An Act for the Erection of a Penitentiary House
                                                                                  for the Confinement of Offenders..., 1812
                                                                                                                                                    appendix 4
      The Charlotte Medal, 1788
      The Charlotte Medal is a silver medal or disk (believed
                                                                                  An 1812 Act of the British Parliament for the erection
                                                                                  of a Penitentiary House for the confinement of offenders          donors to the National Maritime Collection
      to have been made from a surgeon’s silver ‘kidney dish’)                    convicted of transportable offences within the City
      engraved on both sides. It is recognised as being Australia’s               of London and the County of Middlesex, and for making
      earliest colonial artwork, and was probably engraved by                     compensation to Jeremy Bentham for the non-performance
      Thomas Barrett, a convict thief and forger, on board the                    of an agreement between Bentham and the Lord’s
      First Fleet convict transport Charlotte while the ship was                  Commissioners respecting the custody and maintenance
      anchored in Botany Bay between 20 and 26 January                            of convicts. Purchased from Lesley Aitchison
      1788. It was commissioned by the First Fleet’s principal
      surgeon John White, who was also the surgeon on board
                                                                                                                                                    donations 2008–2009                                               aussieBum
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Selection from aussieBum’s 2009/2010
      Charlotte during the voyage. Purchased with the assistance                  other                                                             (donations approved by the director 1 July 2008–                  swimwear collection
      of the Australian Government through the National Cultural                                                                                    30 June 2009, Deed of Gift returned)
                                                                                  Ship model HMS Beagle, 2008                                                                                                         This range recalls those great summer days of the 60s and
      Heritage Account
                                                                                  This 1:48 scale model of HMS Beagle is an authoritative           Steven Adams                                                      70s, with traditional favourites such as retro square-cut
                                                                                  representation of one of the most famous vessels in               Tie and port crock, Cockatoo Dockyard, 1991                       shorts and 70s-style swim trunks set to make a splash
      manuscripts and publications                                                Australia’s maritime history and an ideal tool for interpreting   As the largest of Sydney’s harbour islands, Cockatoo Island       on Australian and international beaches this summer.
                                                                                  the story of surveying the Australian coast in the 19th           has a long history of European occupation, from 1839 when
      A Royal Navy Select Committee Report on timber                                                                                                                                                                  E Barclay
                                                                                  century. It is the ship that carried Charles Darwin on            a convict prison was first established there, through a long
      supply in 1770                                                                                                                                                                                                  Two panoramic photographs of Sydney Harbour,
                                                                                  his circumnavigation in 1831 to 1836 – a voyage that              stretch as a premier shipbuilding and dockyard facility, to its
      In March 1771 a bill was brought before the British                                                                                                                                                             about 1920, by E.B. Studios, Sydney
                                                                                  led Darwin to propose his theory of natural selection.            current status as a landmark harbour attraction.
      Parliament and a committee was established to examine                                                                                                                                                           These panoramic photographs give an excellent view
                                                                                  Commissioned from Cutting Edge Models
      the timber crisis and find solutions. The committee                                                                                           Ahiida Swimwear and Sports Apparel                                of Sydney Harbour and its vessels, activities and important
      recommended the downsizing of the East India Company                        Shellwork necklaces and bracelets, Lola Greeno, 2008              Selection of Burqini™ swimsuits                                   maritime locations in the decade before the Harbour
      Fleet, an increase in the price of timber, and the increased                Lola Greeno is one of Australia’s most respected Indigenous       The Burqini™ swimwear range is an Australian innovation           Bridge was built. E.B. Studios was a partnership between
      sourcing of timber from overseas colonies and the Baltic                    shell necklace and bracelet makers. With over 16 years            designed by Aheda Zanetti to meet the needs of Muslim             John H Enemark and Hilda Bridges, operating at
      states. Some authors have argued that the loss of the                       of experience, Lola has experimented with many new ways           women who wish to be active in public while maintaining           278 George Street between 1917 and 1926.
      American colonies and the continuing timber crisis were                     of cleaning, polishing and finishing her work. Each of Lola’s     their modesty. The polyester/elastane swimsuits comply            Barnardo’s
      instrumental factors in the establishment of a strategic                    pieces is unique and skilfully matches the available shells       with Hijab – Muslim dress standards that require a woman’s        Diary of Sergeant Thomas Henry Stafford, 1913
      settlement on the east coast of Australia in 1788.                          to set the pattern used. Small differences in the shells          hair, chest, arms and legs to be covered. The Burqini™            Sergeant Thomas Henry Stafford supervised the emigration
      Purchased from Ten Pound Island Book Company                                create new patterns, which can give outstanding results           comprises a thigh-length long-sleeved tunic worn over a pair      of 292 boys from England to Australia in 1913. His diary
                                                                                  for collectors. Purchased from Panalysis Pty Ltd                  of ankle-length pants with a hood to cover the hair, and fits
      Handwritten letter from the crew of HMS Galatea to                                                                                                                                                              contains daily entries documenting the journey from Tilbury
                                                                                                                                                    loosely while allowing freedom of movement.                       to Melbourne on the Tyser liner TSS Hawkes Bay.
      HRH the Duke of Edinburgh in 1868 after the attempted
      assassination of the Duke at Clontarf Beach, Sydney                                                                                           Philip Andrew                                                     Stephanie and David Barnsdall
      The attempted assassination of the second son of                                                                                              Manuscript log written by an unidentified passenger whilst        Two photographs of shipping in Sydney Harbour about 1870
      Queen Victoria on Australian soil in 1868 by an Irish                                                                                         onboard the Dutch ship Australie on a voyage from Plymouth        ‘Man O’ War steps with ships at anchor in Farm Cove about
      dissident created much furore. Despite the Duke himself                                                                                       to Melbourne between 29 July and 26 October 1854                  1870’ shows six boats alongside the wharf with five men
      recommending leniency, the New South Wales government                                                                                         This diary recounts events encountered during a 1854              sitting or standing about. Eight ships are anchored in Farm
      hanged the assassin Henry James O’Farrell within under                                                                                        voyage from Plymouth to Melbourne on board the Australie,         Cove and Fort Denison is visible in the background.
      a month. This handwritten letter from the crew of the Duke’s                                                                                  including severe gales and seasickness, as well as general        ‘Circular Quay about 1868’ shows a twin paddle-wheel
      ship, HMS Galatea, shows the respect given to the Duke                                                                                        day-to-day life on board.                                         steam vessel in the foreground close to a hut built on
      both as their captain and as the Queen’s son. Purchased                                                                                                                                                         the shore. The view is from the area of Fort Macquarie
                                                                                                                                                    Anna & Boy
      from Marion Chaffé                                                                                                                                                                                              and shows ships unloading cargo as well as warehouses
                                                                                                                                                    Woollen Mermaid swimsuit and selection from 2009
      The Missionary Herald, Vol. XXII, American Board of Foreign                                                                                   swimwear collection                                               on the western side of the quay.
      Missions, Boston, 1826                                                                                                                        The low leg and modest silhouette of Anna & Boy’s Woollen         Peter Bleeck
      The Missionary Herald was the public published voice                                                                                          Mermaid swimsuit harks back to the original suit worn             Kodachrome and Agfacolor slides of ships
      of The American Board for the Commissioners of Foreign                                                                                        by Annette Kellerman. The traditionally heavy nature of           These slides show working harbours, working vessels and
      Missions. It was established in 1821 and remained in                                                                                          the wool is broken up with transparent mesh panels to             ships connected with Australia during the 1950s–1970s,
      circulation until the early 1950s. It reported on missionary                                                                                  accentuate the female form. The 2009 women’s collection           including the Argentinean ship Libertad, the Indonesian ship
      activities in the Pacific seen through the zealous eyes                                                                                       is up tempo and feminine in feel, with a modern prettiness        Dewarutji, the Oriana, TSS Monowai and SS Southern Cross.
      of the missionaries. It had many detractors who accused                                                                                       that reinterprets the styles of a young Goldie Hawn or Britt      The slides are well-shot non-professional views
      it of being biased to an extreme – reporting in such a                                                                                        Ekland for the modern beach babe. The men’s collection            of the vessels.
      manner as to wring additional funds from well-meaning                                                                                         has a contemporary aesthetic that is a noticeable departure
      Christians in America and Europe. Purchased from Ten                                                                                          from standard Aussie surf culture, with an eclectic range of
      Pound Island Book Company                                                                                                                     prints in unexpected 60s-style tennis shorts and Bermudas.

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      04 appendixes 4 donors to the National Maritime Collection                                                                                                                                                        04 appendixes 4 donors to the National Maritime Collection

      Graham Craike                                                      William J Heath                                                  Brian Keep                                                       Royal Australian Navy, Australian Navy Systems Command
      A manuscript notebook compiled by master mariner George            A collection of papers and personal records of the Seamen’s      Great White Fleet medallions                                     DPNU – disruptive pattern Navy uniform
      Archibald Craike                                                   War Pensions and Allowances Committee, kept by William           These two-part cast copper medallions are joined by red,         In December 2008 the Royal Australian Navy adopted a
      This small notebook is a personal ready-reference book             (Bill) Heath as nominee of the ACTU and seagoing unions,         white and blue ribbon. The crest reads ‘To commemorate           new operational fire-retardant uniform, comprising coat and
      compiled by a shipmaster on the Australian coast in the first      1974–1987                                                        the visit of the USA Fleet to Australia 1908’.                   trousers in a disruptive littoral pattern, referred as the DPNU
      half of the 20th century. It contains tables, lists and formulae   This first-hand record gives a rare insight into the                                                                              – disruptive pattern Navy uniform. Accessories include
                                                                                                                                          Colin McKenzie
      he would have consulted regularly in the day-to-day running        participation of Australian merchant seamen in WWII                                                                               a wide-brimmed bush hat also in disruptive pattern,
                                                                                                                                          Oil painting of Darling Harbour circa 1950 by James
      and navigation of his ship. George Archibald Craike (born          and how they were affected by it. Merchant seamen were                                                                            plus high density, hard-wearing safety boots, woollen socks
      Liverpool, England in1875) was recorded in 1919 as Master          not covered by the same Pensions Act as naval personnel                                                                           and a grey T-shirt.
                                                                                                                                          Oil on board. The painting gives a detailed view and
      of Howard Smith’s SS Mourilyan, serving the Queensland             and those who claimed to have suffered injury as a result
                                                                                                                                          contemporary perspective of Darling Harbour as it looked         Robin Scott
      coastal trade.                                                     of wartime service had to bring their claims to the Seamen’s
                                                                                                                                          over half a century ago.                                         Passenger’s contract ticket TSS Euripides, 1923
                                                                         War Pensions and Allowances Committee. The McGirr
      Jill Cremer                                                                                                                                                                                          This ticket was issued to Charles Tempest Steward Scott
                                                                         Inquiry into the Needs of Australian Mariners 1989 was           Desmond Milligan
      Swimming trophies, certificates, sashes and other                                                                                                                                                    on 11 December 1923 for travel from London to Sydney on
                                                                         held to examine this situation and its recommendations           Steamer trunk, about 1920
      memorabilia relating to Victorian champion swimmer                                                                                                                                                   the Aberdeen Line vessel TSS Euripides on 4 January 1924.
                                                                         considerably improved their position.                            This steamer trunk was owned by Leo and Florence Milligan,
      William Cavanagh (1908–1995)                                                                                                                                                                         He migrated to Australia under the Dreadnought Scheme
                                                                                                                                          who migrated to Australia in 1951 and were the parents
      This material documents the swimming career of William             Hotel Bondi Swim                                                                                                                  which, like the later Big Brother Movement, recruited British
                                                                                                                                          of comedian, actor and writer Spike Milligan.
      Cavanagh during the 1920s and 1930s. Cavanagh                      Woollen Mermaid swimsuit and selection from 2009                                                                                  boys to be trained on Australian farms.
      competed against Frank Beaurepaire to win the Victorian            swimsuit collection                                              Gloria Mortimer-Dunn
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Seafolly Pty Ltd
      220 yards championship in 1925. Retiring from competitive          Hotel Bondi Swim specialises in printed swimwear with            Two Speedo towels
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Woollen Mermaid swimsuit and selection from 2009
      swimming he moved to the US, but returned to Australia and         textile prints designed in Bondi for girls all over the world.   Speedo Australia produced towels and accessories to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           swimwear range
      made a comeback to win the Victorian half-mile title in 1935       Designers Fern Levack and Damion Fuller are passionate           complement their performance and commercial swimwear
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Embracing Annette Kellerman’s title of ‘Australian mermaid’,
      and 1937. In 1938 he outpaced youthful rivals to win his           ambassadors of the Bondi lifestyle and each bikini is            ranges. These towels date from the 1970–80s. By the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Seafolly’s Woollen Mermaid swimsuit takes inspiration
      third Victorian championship at Surry Park.                        designed as a unique piece of art that expresses the best        1980s most of the world’s top competitive swimmers were
                                                                                                                                                                                                           from the ocean depths, its coral textures and seagrass.
                                                                         of this eclectic, creative, laid-back beachside suburb.          competing in Speedo swimwear and accessories.
      Rob Davids                                                                                                                                                                                           The bodice is embellished with iridescent bugle beads and
      Ice skates, violin and ship passenger list from                    Pauline Humphreys                                                Netherlands Defence Academy                                      layers of overlapping fabric to create a texture reminiscent
      Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt                                           Photograph of Warrant Engineer Frederick William Reville         Pennant, HMAS Barwon                                             of the scales of the mythical mermaid. The sheer mesh and
      These items are mementos from the voyage of Rob Davids,            Studio portrait of Warrant Engineer Reville from                 HMAS Barwon was built in Sydney for duties in WWII but was       plunging V-shaped backless silhouette enable their ‘Diving
      who migrated to Australia from Holland (via Jakarta)               HMAS Sydney (II) taken in 1940, some two months after            not commissioned until after the war had ended. It was one       Venus’ to shock and surprise admirers. Seafolly’s summer
      in 1952. The items capture a young Dutch immigrant’s               the Sydney had been victorious in the Mediterranean              of more than 151 vessels built for anti-submarine convoy         collection takes inspiration from bygone eras – sheen-on-
      expectations – and perhaps misconceptions – of life                against the Italian cruiser Bartolomeo Colleoni. Reville was     duties in various allied navies, especially the Royal Navy and   sheen glamorous flirty frills à la Moulin Rouge and the revival
      in a new country.                                                  one of the 645 crew members of HMAS Sydney who lost              the Royal Canadian Navy.                                         of the retro skirted pant.
                                                                         their lives in battle with the German auxiliary cruiser
      Flamingo Sands                                                                                                                      Geoffrey J Penney                                                SIEV X National Memorial Project
                                                                         HSK Kormoran in November 1941 off the West Australian
      Woollen Mermaid swimsuit and selection from summer                                                                                  Photographs of Australian ships and cargo-handling taken         Concept drawings for the SIEV X National Memorial in
                                                                         coast. Both ships were finally located in March 2008.
      2009 swimwear collection                                                                                                            by Geoffrey J Penney while serving in Australian ships and       Canberra, 2004
      Flamingo Sands signature has always been the use                   Jodie Hutchison                                                  by Maritime Studios Sydney about 1950                            In 2003 the SIEV X National Memorial Project team
      of contrasting fabrics. Their Woollen Mermaid swimsuit             Two souvenirs of HMAS Sydney (IV)’s visit to Cebu Island         These images show Australian steamships and iron-                coordinated a national schools art project in which
      is a classic one-piece spliced at each side of the waist with      The Royal Australian Navy undertakes annual joint naval          ore cargo-handling as well as the troopship Duntroon             thousands of high-school students across Australia learned
      black stretch lace cut into a diamond shape with the point         exercises with the Philippine Navy and during shore leave        undergoing conversion after the end of WWII. Shipping            about the SIEV X maritime disaster and responded with
      of the diamond meeting at the navel. The design has a              it is common for sailors to purchase local souvenirs.            bodies represented include Australian United Steamship           designs for a national memorial. These concept drawings
      70s retro feel. The summer collection combines splashes            A considerable market in carved and painted shells has           Navigation Ltd, Australian Shipping Board, Burns Philp,          and paintings on paper and textile represent a selection
      of vivid colour with head-turning prints – yellow feathers and     arisen at Cebu. One example features a painting of the           P&O and Melbourne Steamship Company.                             of entries to the Young People’s Art Collaboration,
      carnations, rainbow tropical, lemon roses and splatter paint       guided missile frigate HMAS Sydney in 2000, the other                                                                             commemorating the 353 lives lost when the refugee boat
                                                                                                                                          Jill Pinkham
      – to create a modern style statement.                              a carving on a cowrie shell of the same subject.                                                                                  sank in international waters on 19 October 2001.
                                                                                                                                          Commissioning pennant and commissioning order from
      Government of the United States of America                         Jets Swimwear Pty Ltd                                            the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Attack class patrol boat         Jim Stone
      Chart of the Antarctic Continent Shewing the Icy Barrier           Modern Muse Mermaid and Screen Sirena swimsuits and              HMAS Bombard                                                     Brown canvas travel bag
      attached to it. Discovered by the U.S. Ex. Ex. Charles Wilkes.     selection from Jets 2009 swimwear collection                     This pennant was presented to the vessel’s first                 This brown canvas travel bag is typical of the bags supplied
      Esq. Commander 1840                                                Jessika Allen has designed two responses for the museum’s        commanding officer, Lieutenant Robert Hugh Gyton.                by Barnardo’s to children emigrating from Britain to Australia.
      Lithographic nautical chart of the coast of Antarctica             Woollen Mermaid project: the first a sophisticated off-the-      The ceremonies for commissioning and decommissioning
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Surf Life Saving New South Wales
      produced from the hydrographic survey of the United                shoulder swimsuit with silk flower for Jets Black Label 2009,    a warship call for the hoisting of the ensign, jack and
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Burqini™-style Surf Life Saving uniform
      States Exploring Expedition between 1838 and 1842.                 the second a cutaway siren suit finished with bugle beads        commissioning pennant as the first act after the new captain
                                                                                                                                                                                                           This surf life-saving uniform designed by Aheda Zanetti
      This chart was presented to the museum by US President             representing Jets White label. This selection from the Jets      reads the commissioning order, and as the final act before
                                                                                                                                                                                                           to meet the needs of Muslim women made international
      George W Bush on the occasion of his visit to Australia            2009 collection provides a snapshot of their latest women’s      the last captain declares the ship decommissioned.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           headlines following the infamous 2005 Cronulla riots,
      in September 2007.                                                 swimwear designs.                                                The commissioning order was presented to Lieutenant
                                                                                                                                                                                                           when a newly-qualified surf lifesaver from Lakemba Sports
                                                                                                                                          Robert Hugh Gyton by Rear Admiral Crabb.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Club wore a Burqini™-style uniform on patrol at North
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Cronulla Beach.

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      04 appendixes 4 donors to the National Maritime Collection

      Commander Greg Swinden
      CMDR Greg Swinden Collection
                                                                      Catherine Woolnough
                                                                      Joseph Wrigley’s diary on board Cardigan Castle
                                                                                                                                       appendix 5
      Naval Reserve Cadet and Royal Australian Navy uniform
      and memorabilia.
                                                                      (London to Sydney)
                                                                      Joseph Wrigley and his wife Ann were assisted migrants           ANMM publications
                                                                      who were granted work placements on arrival. During the
                                                                      19th century many people chose to move to the colony,
      Strawberry bikini and diamond teanie bikini
                                                                      with factors such as land clearance, famine, unemployment,
      These bikinis represent two of Jodhi Meare’s signature
                                                                      political or religious freedom and fortune-seeking providing
      designs. Meares launched her label Tigerlily with the
                                                                      strong incentives to leave their homeland for a new future.
      strawberry bikini, inspired by a bikini she wore as a child,
      and in 2001 launched her second range with a bikini             George Wyatt
      covered in diamonds valued at $2,000,000. The bikinis           W Ottway & Co Ltd sighting telescope                             books                                                        educational resources
      are reproductions of iconic pieces from the Tigerlily range     Leather-clad single-draw brass sighting telescope with
                                                                                                                                       In the wake of the Beagle – science in the southern oceans   Teacher resource kits were created for the following
      created especially for the museum.                              extending sunshade and sliding eyepiece pattern number
                                                                                                                                       from the age of Darwin, edited by Iain McCalman and Nigel    exhibitions:
                                                                      12100, number 1245 manufactured by W Ottway & Co Ltd
      Trackerjack Australasia Pty Ltd                                                                                                  Erskine. Published by UNSW Press in association with the     Joseph Banks and the flora of the Australian east coast
                                                                      of Ealing, London, in 1944. Used by the Royal Australian
      Watersun Woollen Mermaid swimsuit and selection from                                                                             Australian National Maritime Museum, 2009. ISBN 978          Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the world
                                                                      Navy on board HMAS Melbourne (II). Stamped RAN 967.
      the Watersun 2009 swimwear collection                                                                                            I 921410 94 9, soft cover, 192 pp; colour illustrations,
      The Watersun Woollen Mermaid swimsuit reinvents the             Zimmermann                                                       footnotes, index                                             Student pull-out for D-Mag magazine on the Charles Darwin
      one-piece. Inspired by the figure-hugging athletic bathing      Woollen Mermaid swimsuit and selection from Zimmerman                                                                         – Voyages and ideas that shook the world exhibition
      costumes of the 1920s and 1930s, the design combines            2009 swimwear and leisurewear collections
      an ultra-modern sexy sophistication with a sporty feel.         For the Woollen Mermaid project designer Nicky Zimmerman
      A masterfully constructed one-piece with panelling and          created a sculptural suit with cutaway peepholes that is         Signals, quarterly magazine of the Australian National
      seaming gives the swimsuit a vintage freshness, while           beautiful, wearable and modern – reflecting the Australian       Maritime Museum, Numbers 84–87, ISSN 1033-4688,              Australian National Maritime Museum website
      glimmering zig-zag lurex stitching and antique silver buttons   lifestyle and the ‘mermaids’ seen every day on Sydney            48 pp, editor Jeffrey Mellefont, published September,        www.anmm.gov.au
      complement the plunging button-through look. The summer         beaches. The 2009 collection features intense hues,              December, March, June. Free to Members                       The Australian Register of Historic Ships
      collection focuses on contemporary glamour with seductive       mineral shades and metallics with detail in the frills, layers
                                                                                                                                       Australian National Maritime Museum Annual Report 2007–      www.anmm.gov.au/arhv
      swimsuits and dynamic coordinates. Innovative detailing         and slashed knots. Zimmermann is known for its casual
      with splicing and seaming creates a mixture of elegant and      and confident style, with fashionable yet affordable pieces      2008, ISSN 1034-5019, 148 pp, editor Jeffrey Mellefont       eMuseum collection data online
      playful silhouettes.                                            offering a local interpretation of international trends.         Newsletter, monthly newsletter of the Australian National    www.anmm.gov.au/emuseum

      Richard Waters                                                                                                                   Maritime Museum Volunteers, Issues 168–177, 10 pp,           The Welcome Wall
      A log of the Melbourne voyage to Port Philip, Melbourne,                                                                         editor Peter Wood, published monthly. Free to ANMM           www.anmm.gov.au/ww
      Australia                                                                                                                        volunteers                                                   all Welcome Wall registrations including personal histories
      Shipboard diary written by Thomas Fletcher Waters covering                                                                       All Hands, magazine of the Australian National Maritime      ANMM Image Library
      his journey from Gravesend to Melbourne aboard the                                                                               Museum Volunteers, Issues 64–67, 28 pp, published            selected ship images from the collection
      sailing ship Melbourne in 1877. Daily entries and anecdotes                                                                      quarterly. Free to ANMM volunteers                           www.anmm.gov.au/pictures/search
      include fish and bird sightings, methods of trapping birds
                                                                                                                                                                                                    in a national heritage portal PictureAustralia
      at sea, deck games such as quoits and charades, weather
      encountered, ships sighted, illnesses on board (rheumatic
      fever, consumption, DTs) and even death and a funeral at
      sea. On his arrival in Australia Thomas stopped writing in
      diary form but continued to write about his travels.

      Peter Wilson
      Photograph of the Hereward wrecked
      on Maroubra Beach 1898
      The wreck of the Hereward on Maroubra Beach in January
      1898 attracted a great deal of public interest. Thousands
      visited the site to watch it being pounded by the waves,
      and if possible to take a souvenir. The scene was recorded
      by a number of professional photographers and hundreds
      of amateurs.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                04 appendixes 6 staff publicationsand exhibitions

      appendix 6                                                                                                                       Adrienne KABOS,
                                                                                                                                       ■ and Professor James WEIRICK, ‘The Winter House, by
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ■   ‘Those holiday souvenirs: what is their real value?’,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Collectables Trader, Oct 2008: 24

      staff publications and exhibitions                                                                                                 Walter Burley Griffin’, Architecture Bulletin, May/July 2009     ■   and Michelle LINDER, ‘Trash or Treasure? Travel
                                                                                                                                                                                                              souvenirs at the National Maritime Museum’, Antiques
                                                                                                                                       Lindl LAWTON,
                                                                                                                                       ■ and Sally HONE, ‘War and love’, article, Signals 85 (Dec             and Art in New South Wales, Dec 2008: 42
                                                                                                                                          2008–Feb 2009): 10–15                                           ■   ‘The Pacific’s astounding ancient mariners: Vaka Moana’,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Antiques and Art in New South Wales, Dec 2008: 43
                                                                                                                                       Michelle LINDER,
                                                                                                                                       ■ ‘Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of travel’, feature article,       ■   ‘Kathleen Gillett – the adventures of a famous yacht’,
                                                                                                                                         Signals 84 (Sept–Nov 2008): 2–9                                      Antiques and Art in New South Wales, Dec 2008: 69
      Adrian ADAM,                                                    Dr Nigel ERSKINE,                                                ■   and Bill RICHARDS, ‘Trash or Treasure?’, Antiques and Art      ■   and Lindsay SHAW, ‘Maritime museum’s Vampire
      ■ ‘Message to Members’, column, Signals 84                      ■ ‘Sea of Dangers – Cook and de Surville’, interview with            in New South Wales, Sept 2008: 36                                  celebrates its 50th birthday’, Antiques and Art in New
        (Sept–Nov 2008), 85 (Dec 2008–Feb 2009),                         Professor Geoffrey Blainey, Signals 84 (Dec 2008–Feb                                                                                 South Wales, May 2009: 18
                                                                                                                                       ■   and Bill RICHARDS, ‘Trash or Treasure?, Travel souvenirs
        86 (Mar–May 2009), 87 Jun–Aug 2009): 21                          2009), 30–33                                                                                                                         ‘The tradesman’s entrance no more’, book review,
                                                                                                                                           at the National Maritime Museum’, Antiques and Art in          ■

      Scott ANDREW,                                                   ■   ‘Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the               New South Wales, Dec 2008: 42                                      Signals 87 (Jun–Aug 2009): 44
      ■ and Liz TOMKINSON, ‘Accessible programs – an inside               world’, feature article, Signals 86 (Mar–May 2009): 2–8
                                                                                                                                       Jeffrey MELLEFONT,                                                 Lindsey SHAW,
        view’, article, Signals 86 (Mar–May 2009): 32–34              ■   and Iain McCALMAN (eds), In the wake of the Beagle –         ■ ‘Memoirs of a Vampire veteran’, interview with Len Price,        ■ ‘Remembering HMAS Sydney II’, article, Signals 83
                                                                          science in the southern oceans from the age of Darwin,          Signals 87 (Jun–Aug 2009): 38–39                                   (Jun–Aug 2008): 14–16
      Shirani ATHTHAS,
      ■ ‘The changing shape of swimwear’, feature article,
                                                                          UNSW Press, 2009
                                                                                                                                       ■   Cited in ‘Legal and illegal Indonesian fishing in Australian   ■   ‘Happy Birthday Advance’, article, Signals 83
        Antiques & Art in New South Wales, May 2009:                  ■   ‘Charles Darwin and the Beagle at the Australian National        waters’ by Prof. James J Fox, contributor to Indonesia             (Jun–Aug 2008):18–20
                                                                          Maritime Museum’, article, Antiques and Art in New South         beyond the water’s edge, ed. Robert Cribb & Michelle
      Zara COLLINS,                                                                                                                                                                                       ■   ‘Joseph Banks and the flora of the Australian east coast’,
                                                                          Wales, May 2009: 39                                              Ford, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore
      ■ From Mao to Now, exhibition, Armory Gallery, Newington                                                                                                                                                article, Signals 87 (Jun–Aug 2009): 30–32
        Armory, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW, July 2008                   ■   ‘A young man’s adventure recorded in sketches’, article,         2009, pp pp 200, 210
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ■   ‘HMAS Vampire – looking good at 50’, article, Signals 87
                                                                          Collectables Trader, June 2009
      ■   From Mao to Now Exhibition Catalogue (ed. Catherine                                                                          ■   Cited in Na morskich szlakach Azji (Catalogue Asia and             (Jun–Aug 2009): 36–37
          Croll), Sydney Olympic Park Authority, NSW, July 2008: 10   Daina FLETCHER,                                                      Pacific ship and boat models ... of the Polish Maritime        ■   ‘The Darings in detail’, book review, Signals 87
                                                                      ■ and Patricia MILES, ‘Kathleen darling – Jack Earl’s voyage         Museum Gdansk) by Krzysztof Zamoscinski, publisher
      ■   National Contemporary Jewellery Award 2008, exhibition,                                                                                                                                             (Jun–Aug 2009): 45
                                                                        around the world 1947–48’, article, Signals 85                     Polish Maritime Museum, Gdansk 2008, pp 26, 124
          Griffiths Regional Art Gallery, NSW, July 2008                                                                                                                                                  ■   and Bill RICHARDS, ‘Maritime museum’s Vampire
                                                                        (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 16–19                                     Patricia MILES,
      ■   Shanghai Chic, exhibition, Lake Macquarie Art Gallery,                                                                                                                                              celebrates its 50th birthday’, Antiques and Art in New
                                                                      ■   and Sally HONE, ‘Calling former child migrants’, article,    ■ and Daina FLETCHER, ‘Kathleen darling – Jack Earl’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                              South Wales, May 2009: 18
          NSW, September 2008
                                                                          Signals 85 (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 35–37                          voyage around the world 1947–48’, article, Signals 85
      Michael CRAYFORD,                                                                                                                  (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 16–19                                       Kim TAO,
                                                                      ■   ‘Exposed! The story of swimwear’, feature article,
      ■ ‘Research at the Australian National Maritime Museum’,                                                                                                                                            ■ ‘Rituals and traditions of Sydney’, article, Insites, Autumn
                                                                          Signals 87 (Jun–Aug 2009): 2–8                               Niki MORTIMER,
        article, Signals 86 (Mar–May 2009), 42–43                                                                                                                                                           2009: 16
                                                                                                                                       ■ ‘Taking Banks’ Florilegium to the nation’, article,
                                                                      Andrew FROLOWS,
      Penny CUTHBERT,                                                                                                                     Signals 87 (Jun–Aug 2009): 33–35                                Liz TOMKINSON,
                                                                      ■ ‘The last RoRos’, article, Signals 87 (Jun–Aug 2009):
      ■ ‘Collecting objets de surf’, book review, Signals 85                                                                                                                                              ■ and Scott ANDREW, ‘Accessible programs – an inside
                                                                        14–17                                                          David PAYNE,
        (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 41                                                                                                                                                                              view’, article, Signals 86 (Mar–May 2009): 32–34
                                                                                                                                       ■ ‘Couta Boat Maud added to the ARHV’, article,
                                                                      Sally HONE,
      Sally DENMEAD,                                                                                                                     Queenscliff Herald, 05/11/08                                     Daniel WEISZ,
                                                                      ■ and Lindl LAWTON, ‘War and love’, article, Signals 85
      ■ ‘The boys from Cockatoo’, article, Signals 84                                                                                                                                                     ■ Make_Over, group exhibition, Gaffa Gallery, Surry Hills,
                                                                        (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 10–15                                     ■   ‘The story of the Queenscliff Couta Boat’, article,
        (Sept–Nov 2008): 16–19                                                                                                                                                                              07–26/05/09
                                                                      ■   and Daina FLETCHER, ‘Calling former child migrants’,             Queenscliff Herald, 07/01/09
      Max DINGLE,                                                         article, Signals 85 (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 35–37               ■   ‘Still the fastest after 30 years’, article, Signals 85        Mary-Louise WILLIAMS,
      ■ ‘Have some Madeira m’dear’, article, Signals 84                                                                                                                                                   ■ ‘Outreach: a national conversation’, article, Signals 84
                                                                                                                                           (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 38–40
        (Sept–Nov 2008): 34–36                                        Kieran HOSTY,                                                                                                                         (Sept–Nov 2008): 40–41
                                                                      ■ ‘The Charlotte Medal’, feature article, Signals 84             ■   ‘A champion of the world?’, article, Signals 87
      Matthew DUNN,                                                                                                                        (Jun–Aug 2009): 18–21                                          ■   ‘From the Director’, column, Signals 84
                                                                         (Sept–Nov 2008): 10–15
      ■ ‘Mystic: the mariner’s Mecca’, article, Signals 84
                                                                                                                                                                                                              (Sept–Nov 2008), 85 (Dec 2008–Feb 2009),
                                                                      ■   ‘We find the missing Mermaid’, feature article, Signals 86   Clare POWER,                                                           86 (Mar–May 2009), 87 Jun–Aug 2009): 48
        (Sept–Nov 2008): 37–39
                                                                          (Mar–May 2009): 14–20, 30–31                                 ■ ‘MMAPSS awards promote our maritime heritage’, article,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ■   foreword to First Blood – Australia’s first great sea battle
      Paula EAST,                                                                                                                         Signals 86 (Mar–May 2009): 10–13
                                                                      Paul HUNDLEY,                                                                                                                           by Larry Writer with Douglas Sellick, Media 21 Publishing,
      ■ ‘Record numbers enjoy Endeavour replica’, article,
                                                                      ■ and Bill RICHARDS, ‘America’s Great White Fleet’,              Bill RICHARDS,                                                         Double Bay NSW
        Signals 85 (Dec 2008–Feb 2009): 45
                                                                        Antiques and Arts in New South Wales, Sept 2008: 37            ■ ‘$750,000 for medal from First Fleet’, Navy News, Aug
      ■   ‘Bark Endeavour’s 2009 voyages’, article, Signals 86                                                                             2008: 16
                                                                      ■   cited in ‘Meet and greet the Great White Fleet’, article,
          (Mar–May 2009): 46
                                                                          Signals 83 (Jun–Aug 2008): 42–43                             ■   and Michelle LINDER, ‘Trash or Treasure?’, Antiques and
      ■   ‘HMB Endeavour 2008 Outreach Program’, article,                                                                                  Art in New South Wales, Sept 2008: 36
          Inflight Magazine, Aug 2008: 23                             Helen JONES,
                                                                      ■ ‘Family’s flight from Iran’, Welcome Wall interview,           ■   and Paul HUNDLEY, ‘America’s Great White Fleet’,
                                                                        Signals 84 (Sept–Nov 2008): 42–43                                  Antiques and Art in New South Wales, Sept 2008: 37

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                     04 appendixes 7 staff conference papers, lectures and talks

      appendix 7                                                                                                                        Craig LOCKWOOD,
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘Volunteering on HMB Endeavour’, guide training seminar,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Lindsey SHAW,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■ volunteer guide training, Living Knowledge, 02/07/08,

      staff conference papers, lectures and talks                                                                                       ■
                                                                                                                                          Coffs Harbour (3 seminars) 07/09/08, 08/09/08
                                                                                                                                            ‘Volunteering on HMB Endeavour’, guide training seminar,    ■
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ‘Krait and Operation Jaywick’, lecture, WEA Cruise Forum
                                                                                                                                            Port Macquarie (4 seminars), 21/09/08, 22/09/08                 3, 25/09/08
                                                                                                                                        Ross MATTSON,                                                   ■   volunteer guide training, Eora – First People, 13/05/09
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘Celestial navigation past and present’, adult learning
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Kim TAO,
                                                                                                                                          seminar, ANMM, 07/03/09                                       ■ ‘Rituals and traditions of Sydney’, floor talk, Museum
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘Volunteering on HMB Endeavour’, guide training seminar,      of Sydney, 15/02/09
      Steven ADAMS                                                   Sally HONE,
                                                                                                                                            ANMM, 12/03/09                                                  ‘Tu Do: A Refugee Boat Called Freedom’, talk to history
      ■ ‘M’Andrew’s Hymn – the age of marine steam, men and          ■ volunteer guide training, Passengers gallery                                                                                     ■

        machines’: talk to Members (24/07/08)                                                                                           ■   ‘Employment in the marine industry’, ANMM careers day,          students, Canberra College, 14/05/09
                                                                     Kieran HOSTY,                                                          ANMM, 17/06/09
      ■   ‘Commonwealth Lightship 4, Carpentaria’: talk and tour     ■ ‘The marine environment and shipwrecks’, talk, Hurlstone
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘Tu Do: A Refugee Boat Called Freedom’, talk to board
          of CLS4 for Members (16/09/08)                                Park Primary School, 27/08/08
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘Preparing Endeavour for voyaging’, Captain Cook Society,       members, Archive of Vietnamese Boat People, 15/05/09
                                                                                                                                            Kurnell, 24/06/09                                           ■   volunteer guide training, Passengers gallery, 23/06/09
      Shirani ATHTHAS,                                               ■   ‘The convict ships’, talk, Parramatta Heritage Centre,
      ■ chaired ‘2009 PRIA NSW Award Winning Best Practice               12/09/08                                                       Jeffrey MELLEFONT,                                              Mary-Louise WILLIAMS
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘The many maritime museums of modern Malacca’,
        Case Studies: The Inside Story’ mini-conference,             ■   ‘The Charlotte Medal’, talk, ANMM Members, 12/09/08                                                                            ■ delivered official welcome to the ‘Trash and Treasure’

        27/03/09                                                                                                                           ANMM lunchtime lecture, 21/04/09                               seminar, ANMM, 27/07/08
                                                                     ■   ‘Gone but not forgotten – Dunbar memorabilia 1857–
      Penny CUTHBERT,                                                    2007’, AIMA Conference, Adelaide, 23–28/09/08                  Patricia MILES,                                                 ■   gave Donald Horne Seminar address, Launch of the
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse’, paper presented                  Donald Horne Cultural Institute, Canberra University,
      ■ volunteer guide training, Watermarks gallery, 06/08/08       ■   volunteer guide training, Age of Sail, 20/08/08,
                                                                                                                                          at seminar for volunteer guides, ANMM, 23/10/08                   31/07/08
      Paula EAST,                                                        24/04/09, 10/06/09
                                                                                                                                        ■   volunteer guide training, Commerce gallery, 26/11/08        ■   delivered official welcome to the Peruvian Festival,
      ■ ‘Volunteering on HMB Endeavour’, guide training seminar,     ■   ‘The Dunbar shipwreck’, talk, HMCS Mermaid Project
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ANMM, 17/08/08
        Brisbane (4 seminars), 23/08/08, 24/08/08                        team, 03/01/09                                                 Niki MORTIMER,
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘Talk & view: Bateaux lunchtime curator tour’,                ■   MC and speaker at reception and opening of Great White
      ■   ‘Volunteering on HMB Endeavour’, guide training seminar,   ■   ‘The Mermaid Project 2009’, talk, ANMM Volunteers,
                                                                                                                                           ANMM Members event 08/08/08                                      Fleet exhibition, ANMM, 23/08/08
          Coffs Harbour, 07/09/08                                        20/02/09
                                                                                                                                        ■   and Mariea FISHER, ‘Temporary and travelling exhibitions    ■   MC and speaker at ANMM reception held at Queensland
      ■   ‘Volunteering on HMB Endeavour’, guide training seminar,   ■   ‘Dunbar: A melancholy wreck’, lecture, National Portrait
                                                                                                                                            at ANMM’, University of Sydney Museum Studies                   Museum, 27/08/08
          ANMM, 12/03/09                                                 Gallery, 03/04/09
                                                                                                                                            postgraduate students, and Indonesian Presidential          ■   MC and speaker at ANMM Endeavour function
      Nigel ERSKINE,                                                 ■   ‘Mermaid found!’, talk, ANMM Members, 23/04/09                     Palace Museum staff, 22/08/08                                   in Brisbane, QLD, 28/08/08
      ■ ‘Recovery of Cook’s cannon’, talk, ANMM Members,
                                                                     Paul HUNDLEY,                                                      ■   ‘In conversation with Bill Nix’, ANMM Members event         ■   speaker, opening of Great White Fleet exhibition,
         10/08/08                                                    ■ ‘Great White Fleet’, WEA course lecture, 16/10/08                    to coincide with the exhibition The Boys from Cockatoo –        Melbourne Museum, 29/08/08
      ■   volunteer guide training, Navigators gallery, 07/10/08     ■   Great White Fleet lecture and exhibition viewing,                  Paintings by Bill Nix, 16/09/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   MC and speaker at Members event in honour of Ken
      ■   ‘The evolution of a tradition – Charles Darwin and             ANMM Members, 06/03/09, 25/03/09                               ■   ‘Sydney Parkinson and Banks’ Florilegium’, ANMM                 Warby, ANMM, 08/10/08
          the Australian web’, conference paper, In the wake         ■   ‘The voyage of the Queen Margaret’, WEA course lecture,            travelling exhibition at Albury LibraryMuseum, 07/05/09
          of the Beagle – science in the southern oceans from
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   chaired Visions of Australia meeting in Canberra,
                                                                         15/05/09                                                       David PAYNE,                                                        09/10/09
          the age of Darwin, symposium, Sydney, 20/03/09
                                                                     Matt LEE,                                                          ■ ‘The Australian Register of Historic Vessels’, paper
      ■   Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the world,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   presented award at inaugural IMAGinE awards, Art Gallery
                                                                     ■‘Tricks of the trade – increase your profit’, Museum Shops          presented at Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology        of NSW, 25/10/08
          exhibition tour and talk, ANMM Members, 25/03/09                                                                                conference, Adelaide SA, 26/09/08
                                                                      Association of Australia’s annual conference,
          ‘Happy Birthday Mr Darwin’, talk, WEA, 26/03/09
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   MC and speaker at Welcome Wall unveiling ceremony,
      ■                                                               NGA, Canberra, 18/09/08                                           ■   ‘Highlights from the ARHV’, Australian Maritime Museums         26/10/08
      Mariea FISHER,                                                 ■   ‘Networking ideas’, Museum Shops Association of                    Council Conference, a presentation and discussion,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   presentation on ANMM to The Women’s Club,
      ■ Antarctic Views – photographs by Ponting and Hurley,             Australia’s annual conference, Berrima, NSW, 19/09/08              Hobart, 05/02/09
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ‘The National Maritime Collection’, 23/01/09
        ANMM travelling exhibition at Lake Macquarie City                                                                               Clare POWER,
                                                                     Michelle LINDER,                                                                                                                   ■   opened From Bark Canoes to Wooden Boats: New
        Gallery, NSW                                                                                                                    ■ ‘Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support
                                                                     ■ ‘Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of travel’, talk, Museum
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Images & Artefacts at the Maritime Museum of Tasmania,
      ■   and Niki MORTIMER, ‘Temporary and travelling                 Seminar Day, 27/07/08                                               Scheme’, Museums and Galleries NSW ‘Show me the
          exhibitions at ANMM’, University of Sydney Museum                                                                                money! Access to Funding’ Workshop, Tamworth, NSW,
                                                                     ■   volunteer guide training, Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs                                                                         ■   participated in the Council of Australasian Museum
          Studies postgraduate students, and Indonesian                                                                                    29/04/09
                                                                         of travel, 19/08/08                                                                                                                Directors (CAMD) Humanities and Social Sciences
          Presidential Palace Museum staff, 22/08/08
                                                                     ■   ‘Pilgrim to Backpackers – travel histories’, lecture, Sydney   Peter ROUT,                                                         (HASS) Collections Round Table, Royal Society Room
      ■   ‘Talk & View: Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris                                                                           ■ presented workshop/ demonstration at the annual
                                                                         University Undergraduate History Course, 27/08/08                                                                                  at the Tasmanian Museum and Gallery, 04/02/09
          1850–1950’, Members talk 11/7/08                                                                                                Australian Maritime Museums Council conference on
                                                                     ■   Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook                                                                                  ■   participated in New Media Conference, Melbourne
      Daina FLETCHER,                                                                                                                     Web 2.0 technologies and their application for the
                                                                         the world, guided tour, Seniors Week, 20/03/09                                                                                     05–06/03/09
      ■ participated in Powerhouse Museum workshop about                                                                                  establishment of the AMMC website
                                                                     ■   Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook                                                                                  ■   MC at the 7th Phil Renouf Memorial Lecture, ANMM,
        Australian Dress Register, 19/02/09
                                                                         the world, teachers preview, 24/03/09                                                                                              12/03/09
      ■   volunteer guide training, Watermarks gallery, 29/04/09
                                                                     ■   Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the
                                                                         world, teacher guide training, 30/03/09, 31/3/09

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      04 appendixes 8 staff media appearances

      appendix 8                                                                                                                        Mariea FISHER,
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,

                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview, ABC Kalgoorlie, 07/07/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Madeleine Genner,
      staff media appearances                                                                                                           ■
                                                                                                                                          interview with Clive Robertson, Radio 2UE, 02/08/08
                                                                                                                                            ‘Vaka Moana – Voyages of the Ancestors’, interview with
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ABC Radio National Morning Show, 09/07/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Ron Tate, ABC Perth,
                                                                                                                                            Jim Bell, Drivetime, Radio 2UE, 02/12/08                         09/07/08
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘Charles Darwin exhibition’, radio interview, 2RESFM,        ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview, Today Show, Channel
                                                                                                                                            14/04/09                                                         Nine, 11/07/08
                                                                                                                                        David HANLEY,                                                    David PAYNE,
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘Volunteering at ANMM’, interview with Steve Liebmann,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ■ ‘Heritage of Sydney Ferries’, interview with George Moore,
      Shirani ATHTHAS,                                                  ■   ‘Arrival of Endeavour to Coffs Harbour’, interview,           Career Industry Council of Australia’s ‘National Career          Radio 2UE, 12/04/09
      ■ ‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’, interview, SBS Ethnic Radio               2CS FM News, 11/08/09                                         Development Week’ launch internal video, 12/03/09
        (National), 19/09/08                                                                                                                                                                             Ross MATTSON,
                                                                        ■   ‘Endeavour’s open for inspection in Coffs Harbour’,         Sally HONE,                                                      ■ ‘Many heed call to life at the top’, interview with Rob
      ■   ‘Endeavour in Newcastle’, interview, 2HD, Newcastle,              interview, ABC Mid North Coast News, 11/09/08               ■ Interview with Lynette Quinlan, director of BBC TV reality
                                                                                                                                                                                                           McKay, Lloyds List, 07/08/08
          7/10/08                                                       ■   ‘Stuck on the outer: delay in Endeavour’s arrival in          show Wanted Down Under, about ‘Ten Pound Poms’
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ■   ‘Endeavour’s voyage to Brisbane from Sydney’, interview
      ■   ‘Ken Warby anniversary’, interview, Daily Advertiser,             Coffs Harbour’, interview with Craig McTear, Coffs Coast    Kieran HOSTY,                                                        with Alex Bernard, 4BC Brisbane, 27/08/08
          8/10/08                                                           Advocate, 12/09/08                                          ■ ‘The Charlotte Medal’, interview, ABC Radio (Canberra),
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ■   ‘Endeavour’s arrival in Brisbane for Riverfestival’, interview
      ■   ‘Australia Day at ANMM’, interview with Warren Moore,         ■   ‘Endeavour has been forced back out to sea due to              24/07/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                             with Kelly Higgins-Devine, ABC 612 Brisbane, 27/08/08
          2GB, Sydney, 25/01/09                                             worsening weather conditions’, interview, NBN Coffs         ■   ‘HMCS Mermaid (1829) Project’, 39 interviews, Cairns
                                                                            Harbour News, 22/09/08                                                                                                       ■   ‘History arrives on river’, interview with Jacinta Bohlscheid,
      ■   ‘Movies on Vampire and Family Endeavour Adventure’,                                                                               Post, Daily Telegraph, SBS World News, Sunshine Coast
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Courier Mail, 28/08/08
          interview with Warren Moore, 2GB, Sydney, 29/02/09            ■   ‘Endeavour delays’, interview, Port Macquarie News              Daily, The Australian, Coffs Coast Advocate, Townsville
                                                                            Online, 22/09/08                                                Bulletin, Canberra Times, Geelong Advertiser, Border Mail,   ■   ‘James Cook and HMB Endeavour’, interview, The Shak,
      ■   ‘What’s on at ANMM’, interview with John Atkinson,
                                                                                                                                            The West Australian, Adelaide Advertiser, Courier Mail,          Channel 9, 29/08/08
          2NBC Drive Time, 11/05/09                                     ■   ‘Endeavour’s change of plans due to high winds and
                                                                            stormy conditions’, interview with Paul Turton, ABC NSW         Herald Sun, Northern Territory News, Daily Telegraph,        ■   ‘HMB Endeavour’, interview, Totally Wild, Channel 10,
      Penny CUTHBERT,                                                                                                                       AAP, ABC Radio National, ABC Radio National Brisbane,            29/08/08
                                                                            Statewide Drive, 22/09/08
      ■ ‘Exposed! The story of swimwear’, interview with                                                                                    ABC PM, 2UE Sydney, ABC 666 Canberra, ABC 612
                                                                            ‘Endeavour will hopefully cross the Hastings River Bar                                                                       ■   ‘Endeavour in Coffs Harbour’, interview with Suzanne Hill,
        Lisa Vanaro, Time Out, 18/05/09                                 ■
                                                                                                                                            Brisbane, ABC 774 Melbourne, ABC 891 Adelaide,
                                                                            today’, interview with Fiona Wyllie, ABC Mid North Coast,                                                                        ABC Mid North Coast, 11/09/08
      ■   ‘Exposed!’, interview with Steve Meacham, Spectrum,                                                                               ABC 702 Sydney, SBC Ethnic Radio National,
                                                                            23/09/08                                                                                                                     ■   ‘Endeavour safely arriving in Coffs Harbour’, interview,
          Sydney Morning Herald, 11/06/09                                                                                                   01/01–20/02/09; Now and Then, Department
                                                                            ‘The replica of James Cook’s Endeavour will attempt                                                                              Prime North Coast, 12/09/08
                                                                        ■                                                                   of Education magazine, Australian Heritage magazine,
      ■   ‘Exposed!’, interview with Elizabeth Fortescue,
                                                                            to cross the Hastings River Bar today’, interview with          X-Ray Diving magazine, Sports Diver magazine                 ■   ‘Endeavour attracting large crowds in Coffs Harbour’,
          Daily Telegraph, 11/06/09
                                                                            Alex Amon, ABC Mid North Coast, 23/09/08                                                                                         interview, NBN Lismore, 12/09/08
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘Marine weather forecasting’, interview, ABC 702 Sydney,
      ■   ‘Exposed!’, interview with Rebecca Isaacs, Essential Style,
                                                                        ■   ‘Replica of HMB Endeavour has docked in Port Macquarie          03/04/09                                                     ■   ‘Endeavour now safe after tricky entrance’, interview with
          Sydney Morning Herald
                                                                            following bad weather delays’, interview, ABC Mid North                                                                          Craig McTear, Coffs Coast Advocate, 13/09/08
          ‘Exposed!’, interview with ABC Radio Newcastle                                                                                Paul HUNDLEY,
      ■                                                                     Coast, 24/09/08                                                                                                              ■   ‘Thousands on board the new Endeavour’, interview with
                                                                                                                                        ■ ‘The Great White Fleet’, interview with Steve Meacham,
      ■   ‘Exposed!’, interview with Clare Press, The Australian        ■   ‘Endeavour arrives in Newcastle Harbour’, ABC                                                                                    Belinda Scott, Coffs Coast Advocate, 15/09/08
                                                                                                                                          Sydney Morning Herald, 30/07/08
          22/06/09                                                          Newcastle, 07/10/08
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘Great White Fleet celebrations in Albany WA’, interview     ■   ‘A motor explodes but she’s here now’, interview,
      Paula EAST,                                                       ■   ‘Endeavour opens in Newcastle for the Maritime Festival’,       with John Cecil, ABC Radio, 10/09/ 08                            Port Macquarie News, 24/09/08
      ■ ‘Injured crewman prompts Endeavour’s early arrival                  interview, 2HD Newcastle, 09/10/08
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘The Great White Fleet’, interview with Warren Powell,       ■   ‘Fond farewell to a popular girl’, interview, Port Macquarie
        in Coffs Harbour’, interview, 2HC Radio, Courier Mail,                                                                                                                                               News, 01/10/08
                                                                        Dr Nigel ERSKINE,                                                   The History Channel, NSW History Week special
        Fairfax, Prime News, ABC Mid North Coast, 10/09/08
                                                                        ■ ‘Discovery and settlement of Albany’, interview,                                                                               ■   ‘Endeavour replica sails into Newcastle’, interview,
                                                                                                                                        ■   ‘US Navy ship visit for Great White Fleet centenary’,
      ■   ‘All aboard the new Endeavour’, interview with Craig             ABC Albany, 08/09/08                                                                                                              ABC News Online, 07/10/08
                                                                                                                                            interview, ABC television news
          McTear, Coffs Coast Advocate, 10/09/08
                                                                        ■   ‘HMS Sirius’, interview, ABC Albany, 11/09/08                                                                                ■   ‘Endeavour’s arrival today in Newcastle’, interview with
      ■   ‘Endeavour’s arrival due to rough seas’, interview with                                                                       Michelle LINDER,
                                                                        ■   ‘Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the                                                                               Liz Farquhar, ABC Newcastle, 07/10/08
          Jay Lynch, Prime North Coast News, 10/09/08                                                                                   ■ ‘Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of travel’, interview with
                                                                            world’, radio interviews on 2BC FM, 19/03/09; 2RES FM,        Stacey Katter, ABC North-West Queensland, 01/07/08             ■   ‘HMB Endeavour voyages and the rewarding experience
      ■   ‘Endeavour arrives in Coffs Harbour’, interview with              21/03/09, 14/04/09; and 2NSB FM, 30/03/09;                                                                                       viewing the Endeavour brings’, interview with Garth
          Suzanne Hill, ABC Mid North Coast, 10/09/08                                                                                   ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Andy Muirhead, ABC
                                                                        ■   ‘Charles Darwin: Voyages and ideas that shook the world’,                                                                        Russell, ABC Newcastle, 07/10/08
                                                                                                                                            Hobart, 02/07/08
      ■   ‘Endeavour’s arrival ahead of schedule’, NBN Coffs                media interviews for Time Out, 21/03/09; and New                                                                             ■   ‘City skyline relief for tossed Endeavour crew’, interview
          Harbour News, 10/09/08                                                                                                        ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Janice McGilchrist,
                                                                            Scientist, 07/04/09                                                                                                              with Alison Branley, Newcastle Herald, 08/10/08
                                                                                                                                            ABC Central West NSW, 02/07/08
      ■   ‘Endeavour crewman hurt in rough seas’, interview with        ■   ‘Charles Darwin: Voyages and ideas that shook the world’,                                                                    ■   ‘Cook replica ship Endeavour marks maritime festival’,
          Luke Keioskie, Coffs Coast Advocate, 11/09/08                                                                                 ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview, ABC Darwin, 02/07/08
                                                                            television interview with Geoff Sims, ABC TV (NSW) for                                                                           interview, Newcastle Herald online, 10/10/08
      ■   ‘Drama on the high seas’, interview with Luke Keioskie,           Stateline, 03/04/09                                         ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Carol Duncan, ABC
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ■   ‘Cook’s voyages test new crew’, interview with Alison
          Coffs Coast Advocate, 11/09/08                                                                                                    Newcastle, 02/07/08
                                                                        ■   ‘In the wake of the Beagle – science in the southern                                                                             Branley, Newcastle Herald, 10/10/08
      ■   ‘Endeavour’s arrival in Coffs Harbour’, interview,                oceans from the age of Darwin’, radio interview,            ■   ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview, ABC Alice Springs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ■   ‘Adventure and Knowledge Series: James Cook’, interview
          ABC Mid North Coast News, 11/09/08                                936 FM ABC Radio Hobart, 14/05/09                               03/07/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                             with Maja Nielsen, Gerstenberg Hildesheim, 08/01/09

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      Mary-Louise WILLIAMS,
      ■ ‘The Charlotte Medal acquisition’, interview with
                                                                     appendix 9
        John Morrison, ABC Mid North Coast, 23/07/08
          ‘The Charlotte Medal acquisition’, interview with
                                                                     staff professional appointments
          John Bannon, ABC News Radio, 23/07/08
      ■   ‘Museums can’t do it all’, letter to the editor,
          Sydney Morning Herald, 21/11/08
      ■   ‘Welcome Wall unveiling’, interview, 2UE Radio, 31/05/09
      ■   ‘Welcome Wall unveiling’, interview, 2CCC Canberra,
          31/05/09                                                   Adrian ADAM,                                                  Paul HUNDLEY,
                                                                     ■ NSW vice-president, Australian Federation of Friends        ■ member, USA Gallery Consultative Committee Meeting
      ■   ‘HMAS Vampire 50th anniversary celebrations’, interview
          with Warren Moore, 2GB Evening Show, 23/06/09                of Museums
                                                                                                                                   ■   member, Council of American Maritime Museums
                                                                     Shirani ATHTHAS,
                                                                                                                                   Matt LEE,
                                                                     ■ member, NSW State Awards for Excellence Organising
                                                                                                                                   ■ president, Museum Shops Association of Australia
                                                                       Committee, Public Relations Institute of Australia (NSW)
                                                                                                                                   Edwina LOITERTON,
                                                                     Susan BRIDIE,
                                                                                                                                   ■ president, Sydney’s Unique Venues Association (SUVA)
                                                                     ■ Marketing Committee, Darling Harbour Business

                                                                       Association                                                 Jeffrey MELLEFONT,
                                                                                                                                   ■ NSW representative, Australian Association for Maritime
                                                                     ■   president, Friends and Volunteers Network,
                                                                         Museums Australia
                                                                                                                                   ■   member, University of Sydney Indonesian Study Circle
                                                                     Michael CRAYFORD,
                                                                     ■ director and board member, AusHeritage                      Peter ROUT,
                                                                                                                                   ■ member, Australian Maritime Museums Council
                                                                     Dianne CHURCHILL,
                                                                                                                                     Committee (March 2008–2010)
                                                                     ■ graduate, Small Agency Mentoring Program, a mentoring

                                                                        scheme for chief information officers of public sector     Lindsey SHAW,
                                                                        agencies with emphasis on knowledge management and         ■ council member, International Commission

                                                                        building leadership capability                                for Maritime History
                                                                     Max DINGLE,                                                   ■   member, Sydney–Portsmouth Sister City Committee
                                                                     ■ vice-president, World Federation of Friends of Museums
                                                                                                                                   Kim TAO,
                                                                     ■   council member, Australian Federation of Friends          ■ member, Refugee Week 2009 steering committee

                                                                         of Museums
                                                                                                                                   Liz TOMKINSON,
                                                                     ■   vice-president, Friends and Volunteers Special Interest   ■ chairperson, Accessing the Arts Group (ATAG)

                                                                         Group in Museums Australia
                                                                                                                                   Mary-Louise WILLIAMS,
                                                                     ■   board member, Darling Harbour Business Association        ■ deputy chair, Visions of Australia Committee

                                                                     ■   member, Adelaide University Research Centre for the       ■   vice-president, International Congress of Maritime
                                                                         History of Food and Drink                                     Museums

                                                                     Dr Nigel ERSKINE,                                             ■   board member, Council of Australasian Museum
                                                                     ■ council member, Australian Register of Historic Vessels         Directors

                                                                     Daina FLETCHER,                                               ■   board member, Foundation for the Preservation
                                                                     ■ member and chair, Australian Register of Historic Vessels       of Captain Cook’s Ships
                                                                       Steering Committee
                                                                                                                                   ■   peer reviewer, Museum Management and Curatorship
                                                                     ■   member and secretary, Australian Register of Historic
                                                                                                                                   India ZEGAN,
                                                                         Vessels Council
                                                                                                                                   ■ selection committee, local and international artist

                                                                     Alisha HALLIWELL,                                                exchange and residency program, Marrickville Council
                                                                     ■ treasurer, Museums Australia (NSW) Branch Committee            (2005–ongoing)

                                                                     Kieran HOSTY,
                                                                     ■ council member, Australasian Institute for Maritime

                                                                     ■   member, NSW Maritime Archaeology Advisory Panel
                                                                     ■   article referee, Bulletin of the Australasian Institute
                                                                         for Maritime Archaeology

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      staff overseas travel                                           organisation chart at 30 June 2009

      Mariea FISHER,                                                                                          Minister for the Environment,
      manager, temporary and travelling exhibitions:                                                             Heritage and the Arts
      ■   Wellington, New Zealand, 9–12/11/08, lecture,
          ‘River Stories – a Unique National and Regional
          Collaboration’, The River – life on the Murray-Darling                                                     ANMM Council
          ANMM travelling exhibition, ICOM – International Council
          for Exhibition Exchange Annual Conference
      ■   Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, 04–11/05/09, Canadian
          Museum of Civilization installation Mythic Creatures:
          Dragons Unions and Mermaids from American Museum
          of Natural History                                                  Governance

      Paul HUNDLEY,
      senior curator:
                                                                           Financial services
      ■   Honolulu, Hawaii, 20–25/02/09, Hawaiian Maritime
          History and Archaeology conference, presented paper
          on ‘The maritime history and archaeology of the Coral
                                                                           External relations
          Sea’ and a brief synopsis of the Mermaid Project with
          reference to future work in the Coral Sea
      ■   Erie, Pennsylvania, 26/05/09–11/06/09, Council
                                                                        Assistant director                Assistant director                   Assistant director
          of American Maritime Museums annual meeting,
                                                                           Collections                     Commercial &                       Corporate services
          presenting USA Gallery Fellowship program undertaken
                                                                          & exhibitions                    visitor services
          by Michael Dyer of New Bedford Whaling Museum
          as well as announcing the upcoming fellowship
          in calendar year 2010. Also presentation of Trading
                                                                                   Maritime communities                  Visitor services                            Fleet
          Game interactive redevelopment with international
          and inter-institutional support

      Matt LEE,                                                                     Maritime technology
                                                                                                                           Marketing                        Human resources
      manager retail merchandise & product development:                             exploration & navy

      ■   El Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain, 25/10/08; National
          Maritime Museum, Greenwich, UK, 1–2/11/08; Museum                                                                                                 Communications
                                                                                      Special projects                     Publishing
          of Communism, Prague, Czech Republic, 5/11/08:                                                                                                     & information
          developing retail/wholesale merchandise links
                                                                                                                                                              Facilities &
      Mary-Louise WILLIAMS,                                                            Library sevices                  HMB Endeavour
                                                                                                                                                            support services
      ■   United Kingdom, 13–27/02/09: visit to Glasgow and                                                                                                   Capital works
          Liverpool Museums to develop joint exhibition programs;                       Conservation
                                                                                                                                                               & property
          attend the ICMM Executive Meeting, Greenwich as
          vice-president of ICMM; attend meetings with the director
          and senior staff of the National Maritime Museum,                             Registration                                                                Security
          Greenwich to discuss future projects and exhibitions

                                                                                             Design                                                         Web development

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      appendix 12                                                                                                                 registration                                                   commercial & visitor services
                                                                                                                                  Sally Fletcher BA DipMusStud   senior registrar                Max Dingle                       assistant director
      APS staff at 30 June 2009                                                                                                   Georgia Cunningham BSc         managing registrar                                               commercial & visitor
                                                                                                                                                                 collection database &                                            services (on leave until
                                                                                                                                                                 documentation                                                    01/07/09)

                                                                                                                                  Will Mather                    registrar collections           Nigel Erskine                    curator exploration (acting
                                                                                                                                  BA(Hons) DipMusStud            operations & exhibitions                                         assistant director until
                                                                                                                                  Cameron McLean, BFA            registrar collection
                                                                                                                                                                 operations                      Helen Jones BA                   Project assistant
      This appendix lists only APS staff employed under             maritime communities                                                                                                         GradDipMusStud                   commercial & visitor
      the Public Service Act 1999                                                                                                 Anupa Shah Bcom                registrar exhibitions & loans                                    services
                                                                    Daina Fletcher BA(Hons)        senior curator
                                                                                                                                  Alisha Halliwell BAppSc        registrar information
      executive                                                     Patricia Miles BA              curator commerce                                                                              HM Bark Endeavour
                                                                                                                                  PCtArchaeology MAMusStud       management
      Mary-Louise Williams MA       director                        Penny Cuthbert                 assistant curator                                                                             Ross Mattson                     ship manager HMB
                                                                                                                                  Sabina Escobar-Jaramillo       assistant registrar
                                                                    BA DipMusStud
                                                                                                                                  MAMusStud BASocSc              documentation (maternity        Master IV                        Endeavour
      Inger Sheil BA                executive assistant
                                                                    Kim Tao MA BA                  curator post-federation                                       leave)                          Anthony Longhurst                leading hand shipwright/
      Russell Smylie BBus           executive officer                                              immigration
                                                                                                                                  Tennille Noach BSC BA Hons     acting assistant registrar      CertBoatbldg                     rigger
                                                                    David Payne BA (ID)            project officer Australian                                    documentation (maternity
                                                                                                   Register of Historic Vessels                                  leave)                          marketing
      financial services
                                                                                                                                  Rhondda Orchard MA             acting assistant registrar      Susan Bridie                     marketing manager
      Joan Miller MM                manager financial services      maritime technology, exploration & navy
      (Arts Management) BBA ACA                                                                                                                                  documentation                   Karen Worsfold BA Arts(Hons)     marketing services
                                                                    Lindsey Shaw BA DipMusStud     senior curator maritime                                                                       GradDipHerStud, GradCertMar      manager
      William Good BA               assistant finance manager                                                                     Andrew Frolows CertPhoto       photographer
                                                                                                   technology, exploration
                                                                                                   & naval history                Elizabeth Maloney BFA          photographic librarian          Matt Lee                         retail & merchandising
      James Egan                    accounts supervisor
      Tina Lee                      accounts supervisor             Nigel Erskine PhD BA           curator exploration (acting
                                                                                                                                  conservation                                                   Xanthe Kerr                      retail & merchandising
                                                                    GradDipMarArch CertMusStud     assistant director until
      Tony Ridgway BA               accounts officer                                                                              Jonathan London DipCon         head of conservation                                             assistant manager
                                                                    Kieran Hosty BA DipMarArch     curator ship technology        Sue Frost AAssDipMatCon        senior conservator              Liz Tomkinson BCA                visitor services officer
      external relations unit
                                                                                                   & maritime archaeology         Caroline Whitley BAppSc        senior conservator paper &      Adrian Adam BBus                 Members manager
      Bill Richards                 media & communications
                                                                    Michelle Linder MA             curator navy                                                  photographic materials          Claire Palmer BA                 Members service
      JP BA DipJourn DipPubAdmin    manager
                                                                    DipMusStud                                                    Kathryn Yeates MAppSc          conservator prevention                                           coordinator
      Shirani Aththas               promotions coordinator
                                                                                                                                                                 conservation/ mixed             Edwina Loiterton BA              venue manager (maternity
      MA BA GradDipCommMgt
                                                                    design                                                                                       collections                                                      leave)
                                                                    Stephen Hain Adv DipIntDes     project manager design         Victoria Bramwell-Davis        conservator objects             Donna Johnston                   Acting venue manager
      collections & exhibitions                                     Johanna Nettleton              exhibition designer            BA(Hons)
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lisa Faye AssDipHospMan          venue and marketing
      Michael Crayford              assistant director              BSc(Arch) BArch(Hons)
                                                                                                                                  library services                                                                                coordinator
      MA(CultSt&Comm) BA(VisArts)   collections & exhibitions       Adrienne Kabos                 graphic designer/
      DipMusStud                                                                                                                  Frances Prentice BA(LibSc)     manager library services        Jan McInnies                     receptionist
                                                                    MDes DipIndDes CertCompGraph   coordinator
      Gemma Nardone BFA             project assistant collections   Daniel Weisz BADes             exhibition designer            Jan Harbison BA GradDipLib     technical services librarian    publications
                                    & exhibitions
                                                                    Daniel Ormella                 graphic designer               Gillian Simpson BA DipLib      librarian                       Jeffrey Mellefont BA DipEd       publications manager
                                                                    MDes AssDipGraphDes                                           Karen Pymble DipLib            library technician
      special projects unit                                                                                                                                                                      Penny Crino BSc (Arch) BA        publications assistant
                                                                    Heidi Riederer BIndDes         graphic designer               AssocDipCommunityWel
      Mariea Fisher BA(Hons) MM     manager temporary
                                    & travelling exhibitions        Cameron Krone                  exhibition designer            Linda Moffatt BA               library technician
                                                                    BCommMedia AdvDipProdDes
      Nicolette Mortimer BA         coordinator temporary
                                    & travelling exhibitions        Stephen Crane MVisArts         senior preparator
      Paul Hundley MA               senior curator USA Gallery      Kevin Bray DipVisArts          preparator team leader
      Janise Derbyshire             curatorial assistant            Adam Laerkesen BAVisArts       preparator
      MA BA DipArts
                                                                    Peter Buckley BAVisArts        preparator

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      visitor programs                                                 facilities & support services
                                                                                                                                    appendix 13
      Dominic Mackintosh                manager visitor services       Ray McMaster DipEng             facilities manager
      BA(Hons)                                                         AssocDipConMaint                                             council members
      Scott Andrew                      events coordinator             Ian McKellar                    building services manager
      MTeach(Hons) BA                                                  AssocDipConMaint

      Jeffrey Fletcher                  school programs                Mark Bow CertCarpJoin           building maintenance
      DipTeach                          coordinator                                                    manager
      Dallas Bicknell BA(Hons) DipEd education officer                 Keith Buckman                   non-collection assets
      Marina Comino BA                  education officer                                                                           chairman                                                          members
                                                                       Frank Rossiter                  storeperson
      Carolyn Allen BA MPS              education information
                                                                                                                                    Mr Peter Sinclair AM CSC                                          Ms Sally Basser (ACT)
                                                                       capital works & property                                     Term: 30 June 2007–29 June 2010                                   Term: 24 September 2008–12 December 2008
      Sue Ann Muller BA Arts            visitor programs officer                                                                    Attended all council meetings                                     Attended one council meeting
                                                                       Greg Edmondson CertBusMgt manager, capital works &
      Anita Toft MA BVisArts            visitor programs officer                                                                    Peter Sinclair holds qualifications in applied science,           Ms Basser is first assistant secretary, Culture Division,
                                                                                                 property liaison (LWOP)
                                                                                                                                    has completed an MBA (Technology Management),                     Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the
                                                                       Dylan Baudinet                  acting manager, capital      and is an Associate of the Australian Institute of Company        Arts. She was appointed as an acting part-time member
                                                                                                       works                        Directors. Following a distinguished career with the              pending the appointments of Mr Peter Harvie and
      corporate & operations
                                                                                                                                    Australian Defence Force, he went on to hold roles as             Dr Julia Horne.
      Peter Rout BE(Hons)               assistant director corporate   security                                                     a director at P&O Ports and as a general manager with the
      Naval Arch MEngSci                & operations                                                                                                                                                  Ms Gaye Hart AM, BA, MEd, DEd
                                                                       Peter Haggarty JP               manager security             Skilled Group, and is currently director of the consulting firm
                                                                                                                                                                                                      (honoris causa, University of Newcastle), FACE, FAICD (NSW)
      Clare Power GradCertBus           project assistant corporate                                                                 Defence Network Services. Peter served as an executive
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Term: 15 May 2003–14 May 2006
      DipCom                            & operations                   fleet                                                        director at P&O Ports from 2004 to 2007. He held the
                                                                                                                                                                                                      15 May 2006–14 May 2009
                                                                                                                                    role of director, Landside Logistics; responsible for P&O’s
      Louise Curham MFA                 records manager (LWOP)         Michael Whetters                team leader, wooden                                                                            Attended two council meetings
                                                                                                                                    logistics businesses across Australia, and prior he held
      Kerrie Monzo                      EDRMS implementation           CertShpbldg                     vessels                                                                                        Gaye Hart lives in Newcastle and was formerly director
                                                                                                                                    the role of director, business systems and development.
                                        officer                                                                                                                                                       of the Hunter Institute of TAFE NSW. She has more than
      BA App Sci MA KnoMan                                             Lee Graham Coxswain             shipwright                   In this role he was responsible for providing asset and
                                                                                                                                                                                                      20 years experience as a member of not-for-profit,
      Mechelle Walsh BAComm             assistant records manager      CertShpbldg                                                  technical services, communications and information
                                                                                                                                                                                                      government and business boards including Newcastle
                                                                       Todd Maiden CertBlrmkg          team leader, steel vessels   systems, procurements services, transport management
      Fifi Brown BEd DipTeach           records assistant                                                                                                                                             Port Corporation. She is currently a member of the Hunter
                                                                                                                                    and operational development to the P&O Australian Group.
                                                                       Matthew Dunn CertShpbldg        shipwright                                                                                     New England Area Health Advisory Council. Gaye has also
                                                                                                                                    He was also a member of the Victorian Freight Logistics
      communications & information management services                                                                                                                                                had a long-term involvement in Australia’s overseas aid
                                                                       Jim Christodoulou               shipwright                   council and a director of the software company ‘1 Stop’
                                                                                                                                                                                                      program and is the former chair of the Australian Council
      Dianne Churchill BA(Hons)         manager communications         CertShpbldg                                                  during this period. Peter served in the Royal Australian Navy
                                                                                                                                                                                                      for International Development. In June 1989 she was
      DipEd DipIM                       & information management                                                                    for 26 years, holding roles in operational, strategic and
                                                                       Dean O’Malley CertBoatbldg      shipwright                                                                                     awarded membership of the Order of Australia (AM) for her
                                        services                                                                                    senior line management across a wide range of disciplines.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      services to the community particularly through Australia’s
                                                                       Vince McGuire                   shipkeeper                   These roles included the command of three submarines:
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bicentennial celebrations, and in 2001 she was awarded a
      human resources                                                                                                               HMAS Otway (1992), HMAS Collins (1994– 96), and
                                                                       Christine Finlay                shipkeeper                                                                                     Centenary of Federation medal for her work in overseas aid.
                                                                                                                                    HMAS Waller (1999), command of the Submarine Task
      David Hanley CMAHRI,              human resources manager
                                                                       Peter Lightbody                 shipkeeper                   Group (2001– 02), and head of the Operations Division             Peter M Harvie (VIC)
      CerPerMgmt, CertIVTrg&Ass
                                                                       Coxswain CertBlrmkg                                          for the Commander Australian Theatre in 2003. As the first        Term: 12 December 2008–11 December 2011
      Lea McKenzie                      assistant human resources                                                                   commanding officer of the Collins class submarine he was          Attended two council meetings
                                                                       Noel Burgess                    shipkeeper – Navy
      DipHRMCerIVHRM                    manager                                                                                     awarded a Conspicuous Service Cross. In 2002 he became            Peter Harvie joined John Clemenger Advertising Melbourne
                                                                       Trevor Pike                     shipkeeper
      Peter Dibb JP                     human resources officer                                                                     the first Australian submariner to command a multi national       in 1966 and in 1969 became a director of the company.
                                                                       Warwick Thomson                 acting fleet manager         surface task group at war. For his service he was appointed       In 1974 he founded the Clemenger Harvie advertising
      Sarah Wilson CerIVBus(HRM)        assistant human resources
                                                                                                                                    a member of the Order of Australia in 2003.                       agency and in 1975 was appointed a director of Clemenger
                                        officer                        web development                                                                                                                BBDO Limited. In 1993, he joined Village Roadshow
      Peter Wood                        volunteers manager             Richella King BSc MSc           manager online services                                                                        to develop a nationwide media and radio group. In 1997
      MasterMariner MAqua DipVolMg                                                                                                                                                                    he became chairman of Austereo Ltd. He is currently
                                                                       Karen Roberts BSc               website coordinator                                                                            a director of Austereo Group Limited, Village Roadshow
      Tom Devitt                        volunteers assistant
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Limited, Art Exhibitions Australia Limited, the Mazda
      Stephanie Bray BAVisArts          volunteers assistant                                                                                                                                          Foundation Limited and the Australian International Cultural
      Greg Buddle MAEd                  volunteers assistant                                                                                                                                          Foundation Limited. He is also a past councillor of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Museum of Victoria and was the recipient of a Centenary
      Chantelle Ryan Cert IV Ev&Ent     volunteers assistant
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Medal in 2001 for services to the Media and Arts.

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      Dr Julia Horne PhD (NSW)                                           Mr Neville Stevens AO (ACT)
      Term: 12 December 2008–11 December 2011                            Term: 17 July 2008–16 July 2011
      Attended two council meetings                                      Attended three council meetings
      Dr Julia Horne, author of the Pursuit of Wonder:                   Mr Stevens is chairman of Australia’s Information and
                                                                                                                                         naval member
      How Australia’s Landscape was explored, nature discovered          Communications Technology (ICT) Centre of Excellence            The naval member holds office at the pleasure of the Chief
      and tourism unleashed (Miegunyah Press, 2005), is a                (NICTA), chairman of Communications Alliance, chairman          of Navy for the duration of his posting as the Commander
      Sydney-based historian. Appointed as university historian          of AC3 and a member of the Advisory Committee for the           Australian Navy Systems Command, which includes
      at the University of Sydney in 2002, she is responsible            ARC Centre of Excellence in Complex Systems.                    HR management; initial, specialist, management and
      for the university’s extensive oral history collection             Prior to joining NICTA he had a distinguished public service    leadership training; systems safety and certification;
      and historical matters relating to the university’s heritage       career that culminated in three years as secretary of the       security policy and services; technical regulation;
      and public history. She has worked in both country and city        Industry Department and a further eight years as secretary      port services; command of all shore bases; ceremonial;
      museums, including the Powerhouse Museum, and taught               of the Department of Communications, Information                museum and heritage collection management; and the
      Australian history in universities and as outreach programs.       Technology and the Arts. His contribution to public service     operation of the Australian Navy Cadets.
      She is a councillor of the Royal Australian Historical Society,    administrations was recognised when he was made an
      and is currently writing a history of the University of Sydney.    Officer of the Order of Australia in the 2003 Australia Day     RADM Stephen Gilmore AM CSC RAN
                                                                         honours list.                                                   Term: began 21 September 2007
      Ms Robyn Holt (NSW)                                                                                                                Attended three council meetings
      Term: 25 February 2009–24 February 2012                            Dr Andrew Sutherland MB, BS, FRCSC, FRACS, GradDip BA           Rear Admiral Steve Gilmore joined the RAN as a junior entry
      Attended one council meeting                                       Term: 15 May 2003–14 May 2006                                   cadet midshipman in 1977. He is a seaman/warfare officer
      Ms Holt is senior management executive with over                   15 May 2006–14 May 2009                                         specialist and has held a variety of seagoing appointments
      25 years experience in journalism, publishing, cosmetics           Attended three council meetings                                 including command of the ANZAC class frigate HMAS Arunta
      and fashion, particularly in emerging markets and                  Dr Andrew Sutherland recently retired as head of the            in 2000 to 2001 and on operational service as the Coalition
      multicultural environments. A holder of the Centennial             Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and as divisional             Task Force commander in the North Arabian Gulf during
      Medal for services to business, she has also served                director (Medical) of the Division of Surgery at the Women’s    2005. He has also served on exchange postings with the
      as a trustee of the Australian Museum and as a governor            and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. He was educated at         British Royal Navy and in the United States. Promoted
      of the Taronga and Eastern Plains Zoos. She is a published         St Peter’s College and the University of Adelaide, graduating   to captain in 2001, he studied defence and strategic
      author of a children’s book and a Penguin Award-winning            MB, BS (1967) and Grad Dip Bus Admin (2000). He is              studies at the Australian Defence College during 2002 and
      costume designer for film.                                         a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada and the     graduated Master of Arts. Captain Gilmore was director
                                                                         Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He was councillor       of maritime combat development at Australian Defence
      Emeritus Professor John Penrose AssAppSc (PTC), PhD
                                                                         (1998/2008) and president (2007/2008) of the Royal              Headquarters from December 2002 working on the
      (City, London) (WA)
                                                                         Australasian College of Surgeons. He is chairman                acquisition of future ships and combat systems. Promoted
      Term: 18 December 2003–17 December 2006
                                                                         of Orthopaedics SA, a director of Kingston Aviation Pty Ltd,    to commodore in January 2005, he was appointed director-
      22 March 2007–21 March 2010
                                                                         a member of various medical professional associations,          general of Navy strategic policy and futures, generating the
      Attended four council meetings
                                                                         and a keen amateur maritime historian and yachtsman.            RAN’s 20-year strategic plan and future operating concept.
      Professor Penrose was the founding director of Curtin
      University’s Centre for Marine Science and Technology.             Ms Mary-Louise Williams MA (NSW)                                He became commander in Navy Systems Command in
      His research interests are in marine science and technology;       Term: 9 November 2000–8 November 2003                           September 2007. Commodore Gilmore was promoted
      particularly marine acoustics, oceanography, remote                9 November 2003–8 November 2006                                 to rear admiral in June 2008. He is a fellow of the Centre
      sensing and maritime archaeology. He is an honorary                9 November 2006–8 November 2008                                 for Defence and Strategic Studies and a member of the
      associate of the Western Australian Museum, a member               9 November 2008–24 February 2009                                Australian Institute of Company Directors.
      of both the Maritime Archaeology Advisory Committee                25 February 2009–24 February 2014
      WAM and the WA Marine Parks and Reserves Authority and             Attended four council meetings
      was the founder in 1970 of the Perth welfare association           Ms Williams began her career at the Australian National
      Volunteer Task Force. He has been an active diver and sailor       Maritime Museum as senior curator in 1988, then became
      in Australian waters for over four decades.                        assistant director responsible for the Collections and
                                                                         Exhibitions branch two years later. She was appointed
      Mr John Rothwell AO (WA)
                                                                         director in November 2000 following a 10-month period
      Term: 24 June 2004–23 June 2007
                                                                         acting in the position. Ms Williams was previously director
      22 August 2007–21 August 2010
                                                                         of the NSW branch of the Museums Association of Australia.
      Attended two council meetings
                                                                         She is a past member and then chairperson of the NSW
      With over 30 years shipbuilding experience Mr Rothwell
                                                                         Cultural Grants Advisory Council, a former president of the
      is executive chairman and founder of Austal Ships Pty Ltd,
                                                                         Museums Association of Australia, and was an inaugural
      a world leader in the construction of aluminium vessels.
                                                                         board member then chair of Museums and Galleries NSW.
      In January 2004 he was appointed an officer in the General
                                                                         She is currently the vice-president of the International
      Division of the Order of Australia for service to the Australian
                                                                         Congress of Maritime Museums, the deputy chair of
      shipbuilding industry through the development of trade links
                                                                         the Visions of Australia Committee (a Commonwealth
      and for contributions to vocational education and training.
                                                                         Government grant program), a member of the Executive
      Mr Rothwell is a member of the Bureau Veritas Asia region
                                                                         of the Council of Australasian Museum Directors, and a
      Advisory Committee and the Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
                                                                         director of the De Quincey Company, the Foundation for
      Advisory Committee. A past chairman of both the Australian
                                                                         the Preservation of Captain Cook’s Ships, the Australian
      Shipbuilders Association and the State Training Board of
                                                                         National Maritime Foundation and the American Friends
      Western Australia he is a keen sailor and diver in his leisure
                                                                         of the ANMM.
      time and has a strong interest in maritime history.
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      appendix 14                                                                                                               appendix 15
      council meetings and committees                                                                                           Australian National Maritime Foundation

      2008–2009 meetings                            marketing, programs &                 fleet committee                       chairman
      meeting no 92       28 August 2008
                                                    sponsorship committee                 met three times                       Mr Peter Sinclair AM CSC
      meeting no 93       26 November 2008          met four times                        members / attendance:                 chairman, Australian National Maritime Museum

      meeting no 94       4 March 2009              members / attendance:                 RADM Stephen Gilmore /3
      meeting no 95       3 June 2009               Ms Sally Basser / 1                   Dr Julia Horne / 2                    directors
                                                    Ms Gaye Hart / 3                      Mr Peter Sinclair / 2                 Miss Kay Cottee AO
      finance & audit committee                     Mr Peter Harvie / 2                   Dr Andrew Sutherland / 3              record-making solo sailor; former chairman,
                                                                                                                                Australian National Maritime Museum
      met four times*                               Ms Robyn Holt / 1                     Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4
                                                    Prof John Penrose / 4                                                       Mr Peter Dexter AM
      members / attendance:                                                               others / attendance:
                                                                                                                                chairman, Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Region Oceania
      Ms Gaye Hart / 3                              Mr Peter Sinclair / 2                 Mr Peter Rout, ANMM (secretary) / 4
                                                                                                                                Captain Trevor Haworth AM
      Mr Peter Harvie / 2                           Dr Andrew Sutherland / 1              Mr Steven Adams, ANMM / 4
                                                                                                                                executive chairman, Captain Cook Cruises
      Mr Peter Sinclair / 2                         Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4           Mr Ross Mattson, ANMM / 3
                                                                                                                                Mr Rob Mundle
      Mr Neville Stevens / 4                        others / attendance:
                                                                                                                                author and journalist
      Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4                   Mr Max Dingle, ANMM (secretary) / 1
                                                                                                                                Ms Mary-Louise Williams
      others / attendance:                          Mr Nigel Erskine, ANMM / 2
                                                                                                                                director, Australian National Maritime Museum
      Ms Joan Miller, ANMM (secretary) / 3          Mr Dominic Mackintosh / 2

      Mr Peter Rout, ANMM / 4                                                                                                   secretary
      Mr Russell Smylie, ANMM / 4
                                                    collections development
                                                    & exhibitions committee                                                     Mr Russell Smylie
      Mr Graham Johnson, Australian                                                                                             Australian National Maritime Museum
      National Audit Office / 3                     met four times
                                                    members / attendance:
      major capital works committee                 RADM Stephen Gilmore / 2
      met four times                                Dr Julia Horne / 2
      members / attendance:                         Prof John Penrose / 4
      Ms Sally Basser / 1                           Mr Peter Sinclair / 2
      Ms Robyn Holt / 1                             Dr Andrew Sutherland / 2
      Mr John Rothwell / 3                          Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4
      Mr Peter Sinclair / 2                         others / attendance:
      Mr Neville Stevens / 4                        Mr Michael Crayford, ANMM
      Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4                   (secretary) / 4

      others / attendance:                          Mr Jonathon London, ANMM / 1

      Mr Greg Edmondson, ANMM                       Ms Frances Prentice, ANMM /1
      (secretary) / 1
      Ms Joan Miller, ANMM / 3
      Mr Peter Rout, ANMM / 4

      *The committee also held one teleconference

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      appendix 16                                                                      appendix 17
      sponsors, patrons and supporters                                                 corporate and supporting members

      foundation sponsor                  founding patrons                             corporate members at 30 June 09                        supporting members (>$200)
      ANZ                                 Alcatel Australia                            Ferris Skrzynski & Associates P/L                      Bunting, Mr Richard

                                          ANL Limited                                  Art Exhibitions Australia Limited                      Chapman, Mr Ken
      major sponsors                      Ansett Airfreight                            Svitzer Australasia                                    David, Mrs Anne
      Blackmores Ltd                      Bovis Lend Lease                             Maritime Worker’s Credit Union                         Foster & Dr Velouski, Dr Hamish & S
      Lloyd’s Register Asia               BP Australia                                 Asiaworld Shipping Service                             French, Mr & Mrs Sidney & Margaret
      Raytheon Australia Pty Ltd          Bruce & Joy Reid Foundation                  HMAS Vampire Association                               Garlan, Mr & Mrs Ross & Paddy
      Tenix Pty Ltd                       Doyle’s Seafood Restaurant                   Sydney Pilot Service Pty Ltd                           Henderson, Mr Bill

                                          Howard Smith Limited                         Maritime Union of Australia (NSW Branch)               Loewenthal, Ms Anne
      project sponsors
                                          James Hardie Industries                      HMAS Watson Ships Fund                                 Naval Association of Australia
      Akzo Nobel
                                          National Australia Bank                      HMAS Kuttabul                                          Parry, Ms Ann
      Coral Sea Wines
                                          PG, TG & MG Kailis                           Royal Caribbean & Celebrity Cruises International      Quayle, Mr G
      Defence Maritime Services Pty Ltd
                                          P&O Nedlloyd Ltd                             HMAS Newcastle                                         Rathbone, Mr Martin
      Forrest Training
                                          Telstra                                      Regimental Trust Fund, Victoria Barracks               Reynolds, Mrs Kathrine
      James Squire Beer
                                          Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics               Penrith Returned Services League                       Sampson, Mr & Mrs Mark & Ruth
      Louis Vuitton
                                          Westpac Banking Corporation                  Australia Japan Cable Ltd                              Sanders, Mr David
      Novotel Rockford
                                          Zim Shipping Australasia                     HMAS Creswell                                          Waghorn, Mr & Helen Nickson
      Silentworld Foundation
                                                                                       Maruschka Loupis & Associates                          Walsh, Mrs Beverley
      Sydney by Sail                      donors                                       Defence National Storage & Distribution Centre – RPA   Flick, Mr & Mrs Peter & Robyn
                                          Donors for 2008–2009 appear in appendix 04   HMAS Penguin Welfare Committee                         Minter, Mr Campbell

                                                                                                                                              Pickett, Mr Graham

                                                                                                                                              Williams, Mr & Mrs David & Lesley

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                                                                                                                                                                                        04 appendixes 18 volunteers 2008–2009

      appendix 18                                                                                         Greg Frewer
                                                                                                          Brian Frizell
                                                                                                                               Aaron Haugh
                                                                                                                               David Hayes
                                                                                                                                                    Des Kelly
                                                                                                                                                    Keith Kennedy
                                                                                                                                                                         Tony Martin
                                                                                                                                                                         Erika Martinez
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Chiu Ng
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Linh Nguyen
      volunteers 2008–2009                                                                                Lou Fuller           Patricia Hayes       John Kent            Robert Matchett             Tony Nicholas
                                                                                                          Les Gade             Breck Hayward        Richard Keyes        Casimiro Mattea             Paul Nichols
                                                                                                          Bobby Gallie         Jennifer Heap        Bob Killingsworth    Jack McBurney               Frank Nimmett
                                                                                                          Brian Gallie         John Henry           Joan Killingsworth   Phil McColl                 Nik Nimpradit
                                                                                                          Stephen Gapps        Bob Hetherington     John King            Hugh McCormack              Mal Oates
                                                                                                          Aileen-Lee Gardner   Bill Hill            Kev King             Stewart McCracken           Clem O’Donoghue
      volunteers at ANMM, Darling Harbour                                                                 Noreen-Lee Gardner   Frank Hines          Colin Kline          Tony McCurdy                Frank O’Dwyer
                                                                                                          Allan Garrick        Neil Hird            Lewis Klipin         Margaret McDonald           John O’Grady
                                                                                                          Peter Gerrey         Christine Hodge      Alfred Knight        Robert McGeorge             Clint Oliver
                                                                                                          John Gibbins         Phil Hogan           Jessica Knight       Frank McHale                Eric Olufson
      Warwick Abadee       Beth Bliss            Ray Carden        Don Coulter         Les Draper         Josephine Gibbs      Henri Holekamp       Concettina Lagana    Lyn McHale                  Arthur Ongley
      Arnold Abicht        David Bliss           Brian Carney      Ken Cox             Xavier Droulers    Tony Gibbs           Justin Holmwood      John Laing           Robert McInally             Barry O’Regan
      Ekaterina Abramova   David Bloom           Max Carrick       Leon Cremer         Peter Drummond     Col Gibson           Chris Hordern        David Lajoie         Ron McJannett               Bob Osborne
      Colin Adam           Ian Boland            Adam Carter       Peter Cribb         John Duckworth     Warwick Gibson       Joe Horinek          Robert Lamb          Jeanette McKenzie           John Oxley
      Steve Adamantidis    Alex Books            Marion Carter     Rodney Crocket      Michael Duffett    Belinda Gilbert      Raymond Horsey       Nick Lampe           Ken McKenzie                Maureen Pacewicz
      Merinda Air          John Booth            Christine Cave    Pat Cullen          Peter Dzubiel      Robert Goode         Mal Horsfall         Terry Lancaster      Sheila McLean               Janet Pagan
      Ena Alcorn           David Boult           Mary Champion     David Cunningham    Dave Earl          Rose Goodfellow      Harry Howell         Alex Lang            Anthony McNaughton          John Palmer
      Geoff Anderson       Colin Bowes           Peter Chan        Geoff Curphey       John Ebner         Eddie Gordon         Bruce Howland        Roger Langsworth     Ken McRorie                 Eugene Pamenter
      Ian Anstee           Tim Bowra             Ashleigh Chance   Silvia Da Rocha     Alex Edwards       Jim Gordon           Warwick Howse        Laurie Larcombe      John Mees                   John Papenhuyzen
      Myfanwy Appleton     Ron Bowrey            Kian Cheng        Matt Daaboul        Antonia Edwards    Ron Gray             Susan Huang          Jon Lawrence         Denise Mellor               Barry Parekh
      Grant Arbuthnot      Colin Boyd            Victor Chiang     Tom Dalton          Doug Edwards       Ted Gray             Euan Huggett         Terri Lawrence       John Mellor                 Jenny Patel
      Sharon Armour        Frank Boyd            Fung Chow         Allan Dangerfield   Andrew Ellis       Margaret Grimes      Charles Hughes       Owen Laws            Peter Mellor                Arthur Pearce
      Phillip Armstrong    Kel Boyd              Les Church        Bert Danon          Ron Ellis          Douglas Grinter      Don Humphrey         John Lea             Harry Miller                Gervase Pearce
      Matthew Ashby        Jim Bradman           Helen Churven     Michael Davis       John Elphick       Twishi Gulati        Ethel Humphreys      David Leach          Natasha Miller              George Pepperall
      Gwen Ashcroft        David Brawn           Valerie Cibej     Caroline Davy       John Emdin         Leslie Gulliver      Peter Hunt           Paul Levin           Ron Miller                  Win Pereira
      Ann Asker            Merv Bray             Bob Clampett      Ken Deere           Ron Eslick         Janet Halliday       Warren Hyslop        Derek Lewis          Byron Mitchell              Patrick Perry-Bolt
      Barry Astle          Chris Bremner         Graeme Clark      Colin Delaney       Rob Everett        Kyran Hamilton       Dick Ineson          Gillian Lewis        Maureen Mitchell            Ray Peterson
      Peter Baker          Bob Bright            Geoff Clarke      Jim Dennis          Bill Ewer          George Hancock       Lynne Jacobson       John Lind            Tony Mockler                Noel Phelan
      Vivian Balmer        Graham Brissett       Lawrence Clarke   Eric Deshon         Lorraine Ewer      Trish Hanlon         Derek James          Kat Lindsay          Myles Mooney                Neale Philip
      George Bambagiotti   Ric Broniman          Murray Claydon    John Dickenson      Grant Eyre         Gordon Hannam        Roslyn Jan           Terry Lloyd          David C Moore               Robin Pidd
      Juliette Banerjee    Dolores Brooker       Helen Clift       Terry Dickson       Ken Fair           Shirley Hannam       Jim Jeans            June Lossius         David H Moore               Trevor Pike
      Colin Barnes         Mary Brookes          Barrie Cole       Eric Dillon         Bill Fairbanks     Brian Hansford       Ian Jenkins          Ken Lucan            Elizabeth More              Lesley Pinnington
      Jeff Barrow          Norm Brooks           Alan Collins      James Dillon        Ken Fallon         Joy Hanson-Acason    Peter Jennings       Gail Luthy           Brian Moules                Paul Pisani
      Chris Barwick        George Brown          Michael Collyer   Dixie Dixon         Nathan Farrow      Wendy Hardiman       Jan Jensen           Bob Macoun           David Mueller               George Poularas
      Lyndyl Beard         Tony Brown            Jim Colvin        Patrick Dodd        Jeanette Felton    Tobin Harding        John Jewell          Eric Maddock         Jill Mueller                Judy Powell
      Keith Beattie        David Bruderlin       Lyn Comber        Margaret Dolling    Diane Finlay       Peter Hardy          Alf Johnson          Paul Maile           Ross Muller                 Kerrie Powell
      Roslyn Bedford       John Buckland         Amanda Connolly   Yi Dong             June Fisher        Dorothy Harpley      Heather Johnson      Rex Malin            Valda Muller                Len Price
      Chris Bell           Greg Buddle           John Connor       Leonie Doorey       Tony Fisher        Malcolm Harrild      Sally Johnstone      Hailey Mannell       Maggie Muncaster            Keith Radford
      Bob Bellini          Pam Burden            John Cooper       Vincent Dorahy      Noelene Forrest    Jane Harris          Bob Jones            Erin Marden          Peter Murphy                Owen Ramjan
      Peter Bennett        Sue Bush              Gail Corkin       Carol Dose          Brian Forster      Jon Harris           John Jones           Nik Margerrison      Alwyn Murray                Ken Raven
      Estelle Billing      John L Butler         Jennifer Corkin   Chris Doucas        Geoffrey Francis   Keith Harrison       Chandra Jothy        Christian Martin     Hugh Murray                 Ron Ray
      Marilyn Blackett     Sam Calandra          Robert Corkin     Colin Douglas       Neill Francis      Chris Harry          Gabriella Kaldy      John Martin          Miranda Natecki             Russell Rea
      John Blanchfield     Ian Campbell          John Corry        Roy Dow             Andrew French      Dudley Hartgrove     David Kane           June Martin          Dave Neal                   Leonard Regan
      Peter Bleeck         Mary Alice Campbell   Barry Costa       Harry Downie        Peter French       Brett Harvey         Shailesh Kantawala   Stephen Martin       Barry Nesbitt               John Reid

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      04 appendixes 18 volunteers 2008–2009                                                                                                                  04 appendixes 18 volunteers 2008–2009

      Tony Reid                  Ian Smith             Angela Watson        regional volunteers
      Alfred Reitano             Kevin Smith           Liz Watts
      Cheryl Riley               M. Ruth Smith         Malcolm Webb
      Judith Roach               Rick Smith            John Weekes
      Jane Roberts               Amy Spets             Denis Weekley        Gloria Allen          Barry Carter         John Dugard          Peter Hansen                  Kathleen Le Feure
      Jay Robertson              Ray Spinks            Bryant Wendt         Andrew Anastasios     Gifford Causon       Jane Dykstra         Peter Harding                 Helen Leach
      Martin Robertson           Ross Spirou           Reuben Wesek         Milton Anders         Peter Chalk          David Edward         Warren Hellwig                Hannah Lee
      Charles Robinson           Barry Squires         Jeannette Wheildon   Murray Anderson       Barry Chambers       Barbra Eipper        Anista Hely                   Brian Lill
      Dorothy Robinson           Bill Starkey          Des White            Marcel Arias          Peter Charlton       Owen Ellem           Margaret Henry                Roslyn Lockyer
      Jessica Robinson           John Steel            Bryan Wildash        Michael Armytage      Wei-Lin Chen         Bill Ellemor         Barbara Hewitt                Les Lockyer
      Don Robson                 Bill Steenson         Eric Willcock        John Aveyard          Ching-Wen Chen       Kay England          Paul Heyward                  Larry Logue
      Helen Rodewijk             Geoffrey Steer        Herman Willemsen     Janet Aveyard         Rodney Chiapello     Brian English        John Hillman                  George Lynn
      Graham Roe                 Narelle Steer         David Williams       Barbara Baker         Derek Churchill      Bruce Erwin          Geoffrey Hindmarsh            Barry Marks
      Doug Rogers                Barbara Stein         David E Williams     Leslie Baker          Raymond Clarke       Terry Evans          Tess Hocking                  Ric Marley
      Helen Rogerson             Heather Stevens       Peter Williamson     Peter Barker          Suzanne Clayton-     Grahame Fallon       Barbara Hogbin                Robyn Marsden
                                                                            Robert Barnes         Pearson              Loretta Fanning      Tony Holbrook                 Peter Matanle
      Ray Rogerson               John Stevens          Bill Wilson
                                                                            Roger Bartlett        Tony Clegg           Erica Farag          Bob Holmes                    Peter McCabe
      Ab Rootliep                Michael Stevens       Graeme Wilson
                                                                            Jim Beanland          Antonia Clegg        Bernadette Farrell   James Hood                    Andrew McGarrigle
      John Rosenblum             Jennifer Summers      Norman Wilson
                                                                            Nigel Beeke           Michael Clementson   Matthew Fitzgibbon   Jill Horton                   William McGhee
      Barney Ross                Max Surman-Smith      Peter Wilson
                                                                            Nicole Bell           Vanessa Codling      Jim Forbes           Diana Howard                  Kevin McIntosh
      Geoff Rowlands             Ted Talbot            Tim Wilson
                                                                            Geoff Bennett         Lyndon Cole          Jan Fountain         Alana Hulme                   Bernie McIntosh
      John Rudge                 Harry Tallack         John Wilton
                                                                            Ronald Bergman        Margaret Coleman     Elizabeth Frank      Ching-Ho Hung                 Jim McIntosh
      Geoff Ruggles              Warwick Tame          Lee Witcombe
                                                                            Peter Biggs           Josephine Collins    Rupert French        Ricky Hung                    Meg McKavanagh
      Shahreen Rumpa             Janice Taylor         John Withers
                                                                            Amelia Birnie         Tricia Confoy        Michael Fruin        Stanley Hutchings             Irene Meager
      Jan Russell                Vera Taylor           Tony Wober
                                                                            Jennifer Birt         John Connors         Jason Gale           Paul Hutchison                James Meldrum
      Peter Russell              Jeff Thompson         David Wood
                                                                            Paul Blackman         John Coombs          Helen Gane           Judith Jackson                Keith Mellis
      Terry Ryan                 Alex Thornton         Ian Wood
                                                                            Penny Blight          Harlan Cooper        George Gardiner      Pamela Jacobs                 Steve Merson
      Joy Salvetti               Eric Tilt             Peter Woods
                                                                            Alan Bold             John Coss            John Gardner         Brian Jacobsen                Gary Meyers
      John Schattiger            Geoffrey Tonkin       John Worth
                                                                            Karl Borth            Pixie Crehan         Denis George         Jalal Jazayeri                John Mill
      Stephen Schmidt            Carrie Towers         Anita Wright
                                                                            David Boucher         Brian Crisp          Ann Gibson           Phillip Johnson               Ron Miller
      Trevor Schwab              Peter Trace           Tom Wright
                                                                            Rex Brady             Dennis Croft         Debbie Gibson        Rod Johnston                  Austin Mills
      Ross Scott                 Victor Treleaven      John York
                                                                            Cate Brand            Barrie Dallas        Lynette Giddings     Kingsley Joliffe              Don Mitchell
      Shane Scott                Madilina Tresca       Rob Young
                                                                            Garth Briggs          Kay Davies           Kevin Gill           Bob Jones                     Peter Moffat
      Peter Scutts               Guy Tuplin            Victor Zonca
                                                                            Stephanie Briggs      Bob Davies           Margaret Gilligan    Angela Jones                  Jeffrey Moore
      John Shaw                  Ann Usher
                                                                            Lyle Brittain         Diane Davis          Erin Giulieri        Jack Keir                     Richard Morris
      Grant Sheldon              Peter van Brink
                                                                            Josh Brockbank        Jonothan Davis       Stanley Glowacki     Roxanne Kennedy-              John Murphy
      Narelle Sheridan           Liesl van de Weyer
                                                                            Duncan Brookes        David Dawson         Jane Goodwin         Perriman                      Des Neil
      Ken Sherwell               Jan van den Broek
                                                                            Susan Brown           Bob Demkin           John Gorton          Brian Kent                    Robert Newbury
      Herb Shields               David van Kool
                                                                            Pieter Buining        Jenny Demkin         John Goulstone       Phyl Kerridge                 Gabrielle Newport
      Anabela Silveira           Frank Van Roosmalen
                                                                            Dominique Burgett-    William Dowd         Walter Grahame       Ron Kirby                     Ken Newton
      Colleen Simms              Mia Van Roosmalen
                                                                            Leonard               Michael Dowd         Geoffrey Grant       Arthur Knight                 Christine Nimmo
      Margaret Simpson           Riet Vroegh
                                                                            Brian Burn            Ray Dowell           Tania Grasbon        Horst Koerner                 Paul O’Driscoll
      Ron Sinclair               Derek Walker
                                                                            John Buxton-Rella     Glenn Dowey          Ross Grenfell        Tom Lambert                   Denis O’Reilly
      Brian Skingsley            Derek Walsh
                                                                            Vicky Callow          Joanna Dowse         Richard Guest        Trudy Lamberton               Thomas O’Shea
      Joy Smart                  Graham Walton
                                                                            Colin Campbell        Brian Dowse          Douglas Haack        Gerald Latham                 Danielle Ostarek-
      Brian Smith                James Warrand
                                                                            Bernard Carr          Marion Dowsett       Elizabeth Hanna      John Latham                   Gammon
      Gerry Smith                Michael Warren
                                                                            David Carter          John Drew                                 Charles Lawson                Vince Otto

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      04 appendixes 18 volunteers 2008–2009

      Kate Oudenryn
      John B Palmer
                                 Richard Rogers
                                 Vivian Rogers
                                                       Ian Tarry
                                                       Frank Taylor
                                                                               David Winter
                                                                               Reg Wood
                                                                                                     appendix 19
      Craig Parker               David Rollins         Caron Taylor            Judy Woodlands        volunteer speakers panel
      Doug Parker                Colin Rose            John Thomas             Jack Woods
      John Parton                Neville Roth          Shane Thompson          Kevin Wotton
      Suzanne-Jo Patterson       Kathleen Rousseaux    Rob Thornton            Marilyn Anne Wright
      Bill Pattinson             David Rout            Lyndon Thurlow          Mark Wyborn
      Bill Paul                  Stefan Rucinski       Michael Todd            Maggie Youett
      Ian Pearce                 Daphne Rudd           Ross Tomkins            Gordon Youett         The volunteer speakers panel is a group of museum                    A new PowerPoint presentation was developed entitled
                                                                                                     volunteers who deliver talks to community service clubs              ‘The Australian National Maritime Museum’s place in tracing
      Richard Pearce             Tony Ruth             Yvonne Toomey           Anne Young
                                                                                                     and other organisations on the museum and its activities.            your family history’. The presentation outlines the resources
      Bruce Pearson              Colin Samuels         Gary Towart             Antonia Zavone                                                                             held in the Vaughan Evans Library and has proved popular
                                                                                                     The number of talks by panel members was steady over
      William Pearson            Charles Sapsford      Tony Trafford           Linda Zheng                                                                                with groups booking a speaker.
                                                                                                     the last financial year, with 19 visits overall. The panel further
      James Pearson              Robyn Sawtell         Charles Trafford        Sonia Zhu             expanded its activities, securing speaking engagements
      Geoff Phillips             Irene Schaffer        Judy Tremayne                                 at new organisations and clubs including historical societies
                                                                                                     and yacht clubs. These are areas the panel hopes to expand
      Bruce Phillips             Jodie Schipper        Allan Trotter
                                                                                                     further over the next 12 months.
      Mirabai Phillips           Shirley Schlesinger   Pam Tucker
      Julie Pinel                Peter Scrine          Nazim Tuncay
      John Pinel                 Susan Seymor          David Twitchen                                 Organisation                                                        Speaker                                               Date
      Louise Plug                Glen Shaw             Eddie Utberg                                  Campbelltown Probus Club                                             Peter Gerrey                                       30/07/08
      Helen Pochojka             Ken Sheehan           John van de Lustgraaf
                                                                                                     St George Heritage Club                                              Bob Matchett                                      02/08/08
      Kevin Pope                 Michael Shreeve       Bob Vellacott
                                                                                                     Donald Robinson Village                                              Bob Matchett                                      15/08/08
      Robin Porte                Fiona Simpson         Con Vervaart
                                                                                                     Hunters Hill Montefiore Retirement Home                              Warwick Abadee                                     17/08/08
      Bill Potts                 Dianne Skaines        John Villanti
                                                                                                     East Hills View Club                                                 Bob Matchett                                      18/08/08
      Larraine Potts             Donald Skerman        Elizabeth Walker
                                                                                                     Sydney Legacy                                                        Warwick Abadee                                     11/09/08
      Lauren Powell              Peter Slattery        Robert Walsh
                                                                                                     U3A Liverpool                                                        Peter Gerrey                                       11/09/08
      Ian Powell                 Peter Small           Margaret Walsh
      Jim Poynter                Graeme Smethurst      Rik Watson                                    Probus Club of Ku-ring-gai                                           David Moore                                       12/09/08

      Paul Price                 Kenneth Smith         Keith Webb                                    Woollahra Combined Probus Club                                       Bert Danon                                         03/11/08

      Edward Purcell             Graham Smith          Lawrie Webb                                   Rotary Club of Roseville                                             Warwick Abadee                                     04/11/08
      Angela Quigley             Cyril Smith           David Wharington                              Lindfield Rotary Club                                                David Moore                                        04/11/08
      Sally Rackham              Alan Smith            Jenny White                                   Asquith Probus Club                                                  Lewis Klipin                                       14/11/08
      Greg Raffin                Susan Sneddon         Bob White                                     National Seniors Meeting, Parramatta                                 David Moore                                       25/02/09
      Daniel Ralph               Bill Snooks           Monissa Whiteley                              Middle Harbour Yacht Club                                            David Moore                                       16/03/09
      Stephanie Rawlings         Helen Sonnenburg      Jeff Whittington
                                                                                                     Harbord Probus Club                                                  Graham Roe                                        14/04/09
      Wally Rawlings             Colin South           Ian Wild
                                                                                                     Lugarno View Club                                                    Bob Matchett                                      20/04/09
      Heather Redman             Ian Spence            Colleen Wilkie
                                                                                                     Pymble Ladies Probus                                                 Graham Roe                                        15/05/09
      Diane Reece                Mary Spencer          Alastair Will
                                                                                                     St Ives Ladies Probus Club                                           Graham Roe                                         01/06/09
      Helen Reis                 Jack Spencer          Patrice Williams
                                                                                                     Belmore View Club                                                    Terry Ryan                                        09/06/09
      John Renney                John Spooner          Elizabeth Williams
      Adrian Rhodes              Adrian Stagg          Dennis Williams
      Peter Rigby                Sheryl Stead          Wendy Williams
      Wayne Rizzi                Tom Steele            Rex Williams
      Paul Roberts               Mark Stephenson       Geoff Williams
      Anne Rogan                 David Stone           Robert Wilson
      Wayne Rogan                Anthea Swann          John Winchester
      Gordon Rogers              Barbara Sweet         Dorothy Winchester

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      appendix 20                                                                                          appendix 21
      consultants                                                                                          customer service charter

      1,191 consultants, contractors and providers delivered                                               The Customer Service Charter is available to visitors on         our service standards
      services to the museum to a total value of $22,092,067.                                              arrival at the museum foyers and is available on our website
                                                                                                           at: www.anmm.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=342. Staff and               The museum is committed to providing services to all
      Of this total, 77 were consultants providing services to                                                                                                              its customers, both external and internal, in a way that
                                                                                                           volunteers are made aware of the charter and its objectives
      a total value of $2,409,829. Consultants who were paid                                                                                                                is courteous, equitable, prompt, professional and ethical.
                                                                                                           through their induction and training.
      in excess of $10,000, and the areas in which they provided                                                                                                            To the fullest extent our resources allow, we will provide:
      services, appear below. The details of consultants providing                                         Our primary duty is to our visitors and other users of the
      services below $10,000, a summary of the museum’s policy                                             museum and we aim at all times to provide high-quality           ■   courteous, well-trained and knowledgeable staff
      on the selection and engagement of consultants, and the                                              external and internal service.                                       at all levels
      basis of selection of consultants engaged during the year,                                                                                                            ■   a safe, clean and accessible environment
      are available on request.
                                                                                                           who we are                                                       ■   quality services to all segments of our community
                                                                                                           We aim to be the prime cultural resource for developing          ■   up-to-date information about our products and services
       Contractor                                                    Service provided          Amount      the community’s knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment
                                                                                                                                                                            ■   prompt, efficient and accurate responses to enquiries
                                                                                                           of Australia’s relationship with its waterways and the sea.
      Artisan Group Australia Pty Ltd                                IT services               $224,220    We will achieve this by:                                         ■   opening hours that reflect community needs
      Asset Technologies Pacific                                     Contract evaluation        $20,240    ■   providing the highest standards of service
      Austen Kaupe                                                   Design                     $49,621
                                                                                                           ■   generating the widest understanding and enjoyment            tell us what you think
      Australian Government Solicitor                                Legal services            $195,037        of maritime history by creating exciting products and        We welcome your suggestions for improving our services,
      Australian National Audit Office                               Audit services             $50,693        programs that inform and entertain                           and provide a variety of ways for you to communicate with
                                                                                                           ■   fostering the care and research of Australia’s cultural      us. We will pass your message to the person who can act
      Australian Valuation Office                                    Valuation services         $14,300
                                                                                                               and material maritime heritage, in particular the National   on it, and aim to resolve any problems promptly. We are
      Cox Richardson                                                 Design                    $720,292        Maritime Collection                                          committed to regular museum user surveys and research
      Crawford MGA Pty Ltd                                           Design                    $154,915                                                                     to ensure we are meeting your needs.
                                                                                                           ■   enhancing the level of recognition of the museum
      Docker Smith Pty Ltd                                           Engineering                $90,665        as a dynamic cultural institution                            Here are some of the ways you can communicate with us:

      Firefly Interactive                                            IT and design services     $42,844                                                                     ■   speak to a staff member in person. All staff, including the
                                                                                                           who are our customers?                                               director and senior management, take turns attending
      GHD Pty Ltd                                                    Engineering                 $87,052
                                                                                                                                                                                the information desk
      Incoll Management Pty Ltd                                      Project management         $39,884    As a national museum we serve the whole Australian
                                                                                                                                                                            ■   complete the comments book in the museum foyer,
      Low & Hooke (Aust) Pty Ltd                                     Engineering                $23,155    community, but in particular our visitors, schools,
                                                                                                                                                                                which is reviewed regularly and responded to where
                                                                                                           researchers and historians, other cultural, government and
      Meyer Photo & Video Productions Pty Ltd                        Audiovisual & IT           $72,622                                                                         possible
                                                                                                           commercial organisations, community groups, Members,
      National Safety Council of Australia                           OH&S services              $58,609    sponsors, and users of our venues and other services.            ■   express your views on the subjects we feature in
                                                                                                                                                                                exhibitions at a discussion point in our galleries from
      Norman Disney & Young                                          Engineering               $140,196    We also represent Australia internationally, and welcome
                                                                                                                                                                                time to time
                                                                                                           many overseas visitors. Our internal ‘customers’ include
      Oakton AA Services Pty Ltd                                     Audit services             $88,313
                                                                                                           volunteers, colleagues, contractors and service providers.       ■   fill in a formal complaint form at our information desk
      Richard Woodward & Associates                                  Executive Consulting        $18,150
                                                                                                                                                                            ■   contact our Customer Services manager on 02 9298
      Siller Systems Administration                                  IT services                $19,800    what we provide                                                      3777 fax 02 9298 3780
      Spatchurst Design Associates                                   Design                     $38,939                                                                         write to us at GPO Box 5131 Sydney NSW 2001.
                                                                                                           ■   an accessible maritime cultural heritage resource            ■

      Starfish Advertising & Design                                  Design                     $89,889        developed and maintained to the highest                          We strive to reply within 14 days
      University of New South Wales                                  Engineering                 $27,439       professional standards                                       ■   contact staff directly by phone, fax or email. Details
      Total                                                                                   $2,266,875   ■   relevant exhibitions and programs that educate,                  from 02 9298 3777 or visit us at 2 Murray Street,
                                                                                                               entertain and reflect community needs and values                 Darling Harbour

                                                                                                           ■   services extended as widely as possible throughout
                                                                                                               Australia and abroad

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      appendix 22                                                                                                                    appendix 23
      functions and powers of the minister                                                                                           functions and powers of the museum

      The minister responsible for the museum during 2008–            ■   appoint a member to act as chairperson of the Council      The functions and powers of the museum are specified               powers of the museum (section 7)
      2009 was the Hon Peter Garrett AM MP, Minister for the              or appoint a member of Council (for no more than           in sections 6 and 7 of the Australian National Maritime
      Environment, Heritage and the Arts.                                 12 months) where there is a vacancy (section 18)           Museum Act 1990.                                                   ■   to purchase, commission the creation of, lend, borrow
                                                                                                                                                                                                            or hire maritime historical material either in its own right
      Key ministerial powers under the Australian National            ■   approve guidelines for the leave of absence to Council                                                                            or jointly with others
      Maritime Museum Act 1990 include the minister’s ability to:         members (section 19)                                       functions of the museum (section 6)
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   to collect material relating to Australian maritime history
      ■   transfer property, real or personal, held on lease or       ■   convene a meeting of the Council at any time               ■   to exhibit, or make available for exhibition by others,            and dispose of that material under certain conditions
          otherwise by the Commonwealth, to the museum for its            (section 23)                                                   in Australia or elsewhere, material included in the National
          use or for inclusion in the National Maritime Collection                                                                                                                                      ■   to recover or arrange for or assist in the recovery of
                                                                      ■   approve and table in Parliament Strategic and Annual           Maritime Collection or maritime historical material that
          (section 8)                                                                                                                                                                                       maritime historical material from the Australian marine
                                                                          Operational Plans and variations to them (sections             is otherwise in the possession of the museum
                                                                                                                                                                                                            environment and from other areas
      ■   approve criteria and guidelines for the National Maritime       25–28)                                                     ■   to cooperate with other institutions (whether public
          Collection (section 9)                                                                                                                                                                        ■   to accept gifts, devises, bequests and assignments
                                                                      ■   approve the director engaging in paid employment               or private) in exhibiting, or in making available for
                                                                                                                                                                                                            of money or property whether as trustee or otherwise
      ■   approve the disposal of material in the National Maritime       outside the duties of the director’s office (section 32)       exhibition, such material
          Collection with value exceeding $20,000 (section 10(4)(b)                                                                                                                                     ■   to acquire and operate vessels anywhere, whether or not
                                                                      ■   approve leave of absence to the director on such terms     ■   to develop, preserve and maintain the National
                                                                                                                                                                                                            the vessels are maritime historical material
      ■   give direction to the Council with respect to the               or conditions as she or he determines (section 34)             Maritime Collection
          performance of the functions or the exercise of the                                                                                                                                           ■   to disseminate information relating to Australian maritime
                                                                      ■   appoint a person (not a member of Council) to act as       ■   to disseminate information relating to Australian maritime
          powers of the museum (section 14)                                                                                                                                                                 history and sell replicas or reproductions of maritime
                                                                          director during a vacancy with such appointment not            history and information relating to the museum and
                                                                                                                                                                                                            historical material
                                                                          to exceed 12 months (section 38)                               its functions
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ■   to enter contracts, acquire, hold and dispose of real or
                                                                      ■   approve contracts exceeding $1,000,000 (section 47)        ■   to conduct, arrange for and assist research into matters
                                                                                                                                                                                                            personal property, charge fees (in addition to the charges
                                                                                                                                         relating to Australian maritime history
                                                                                                                                                                                                            fixed by regulation) appoint agents and attorneys and act
                                                                                                                                     ■   to develop sponsorship, marketing and other commercial             as an agent for other persons, as well as raise money,
                                                                                                                                         activities relating to the museum’s functions                      by appropriate means for the purpose of the museum

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      appendix 24                                                 appendix 25                                                     appendix 26
      list of Acts administered                                   director’s statement                                            photographic credits

      The museum was established by the Australian National       The Australian National Maritime Museum is a statutory          cover Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                 page 38 Kim Colville/Elsee photography
      Maritime Museum Act 1990 (No. 90 of 1990), where its        authority established by the Australian National Maritime                                                                 right Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                                                                                  title page Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      functions and powers are set out. The Act was amended       Museum Act 1990 and responsible to the Minister
                                                                                                                                                                                            page 42 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      by the Arts, Sport, Environment, Tourism and Territories    for Environment, Heritage and the Arts, the Hon Peter           page 3 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      Legislation Amendment (No. 2) Act 1991 (No. 179 of 1991),   Garrett AM MP.                                                                                                            page 43 left Xanthe Rivett
                                                                                                                                  pages 5 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      principally to provide for a Naval member of Council.                                                                                                                                 right Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
                                                                  This annual report is a report of operations for the final
      The Act was also amended in 1992 (Act No. 118), 1993                                                                        pages 6–7 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                  financial year of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s                                                               page 45 left Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      (Act No. 17), 1997 (Act No 1, 152), 1999 (Act No 146 and
                                                                  2006–09 Strategic Plan. It has been made in accordance          pages 8–9 Andrew Frolows/ANMM                             right Warwick Thomson/ANMM
      156), 2001 (Act No. 159), 2005 (Act No. 110) and 2006
                                                                  with a resolution of the directors of the Australian National
      (Act No. 101).                                                                                                              page 10 Andrew Frolows/ANMM                               page 50 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                  Maritime Museum on 25 September 2009, those directors
      The Australian National Maritime Museum Regulations         being responsible under section 9 of the Commonwealth           page 11 John C Jeremy                                     page 51 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      (Statutory Rules 1991 No. 10) under section 54 of the       Authorities and Companies Act 1997 for the preparation
                                                                                                                                  page 12 left Jenni Carter/ANMM                            page 53 left Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
      Act were made by the Governor-General in Council            and content of the report. The report was prepared
                                                                                                                                  right Bill Richards/ANMM
      on 29 January 1991, and notified in the Commonwealth        in accordance with the Commonwealth Authorities and                                                                       page 55 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
      of Australia Gazette on 5 February 1991.                    Companies (Report of Operations) Orders 2008 made               page 13 left Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
                                                                                                                                                                                            page 57 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                  under section 48 of the Commonwealth Authorities                right Xanthe Rivett
      The regulations were amended (Statutory Rules 1991
                                                                  and Companies Act 1997.                                                                                                   page 58 Encapture photography
      No. 220) by the Governor-General in Council on 27 June                                                                      page 14 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      1991, and notified in the Commonwealth of Australia         Certain categories of information do not appear in full                                                                   page 59 left Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
                                                                                                                                  page 15 left Bill Richards/ANMM
      Gazette on 5 July 1991 and revised again (Statutory Rules   but are available to Members of Parliament and Senators                                                                   right Encapture photography
                                                                                                                                  right Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      1991 No. 348) on 4 November 1991, and gazetted              on request.
                                                                                                                                                                                            page 62 left Adrian Adam/ANMM
      on 12 November 1991. Revised further in 1996 (No. 93)                                                                       page 17 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                                                                                                                                            right Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
      gazetted on 20 June 1996, 1999 (No. 72) gazetted on
                                                                                                                                  page 19 left Clarence River Historical Society
      19 May 1999, 2001 (No. 337) gazetted on 21 December                                                                                                                                   page 64–65 ANMM
                                                                                                                                  right ANMM
      2001 and 2002 (No. 161) gazetted on 3 July 2002.
                                                                                                                                                                                            page 96–97 Encapture photography
                                                                                                                                  page 20 Auckland Museum
                                                                  Mary-Louise Williams
                                                                                                                                  page 21 ANMM
                                                                  Australian National Maritime Museum                             page 22 L to R AWM, Fred Taylor, Samuel Hood

                                                                                                                                  page 23 L to R Arnaud Fux, Andrew Frolows/ANMM X 2

                                                                                                                                  page 24 L to R Bill Nix, Andrew Frolows/ANMM, Ed George

                                                                                                                                  page 25 L to R Agency, Darwin Heirlooms Trust,
                                                                                                                                  Andrew Frolows/ANMM

                                                                                                                                  page 26 L to R Andrew Frolows/ANMM, ANMM,
                                                                                                                                  Sydney Heritage Fleet

                                                                                                                                  page 27 L to R Andrew Frolows/ANMM X 2, Bill Doyle

                                                                                                                                  page 28 L to R Andrew Frolows/ANMM, Herbert Ponting,
                                                                                                                                  Andrew Frolows/ANMM

                                                                                                                                  page 29 Andrew Frolows/ANMM

                                                                                                                                  page 32–33 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM

                                                                                                                                  page 34 Andrew Frolows/ANMM

                                                                                                                                  page 35 ANMM, Andrew Frolows/ANMM

                                                                                                                                  page 36 left Navy News
                                                                                                                                  right unattributed media photo

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      appendix 27                                                                                                        education 19, 20, 37, 39, 40–41, 101–2, 109
                                                                                                                         eMuseum 10, 14, 19, 44
                                                                                                                                                                                       James Craig 18, 26
                                                                                                                                                                                       Japanese War Brides 37
      index                                                                                                              Endeavour replica 21, 26, 39, 121                             John Louis 46
                                                                                                                         Endeavour replica voyages 10, 15–16, 19, 35, 37, 59, 60, 97   Joseph Banks and the flora of the Australian east coast
                                                                                                                         Enterprise Agreement 55                                         16, 17, 18, 27, 28, 29, 37

                                                                                                                         environmental awareness 21, 31, 52, 63                        ‘Journeys’ 20

                                                                                                                         executive salaries 54
                                                                                                                         executives, remuneration of 88                                Kathleen darling – Jack Earl’s voyage around the world
                                                                                                                                                                                         1947–48 15, 24
      accounting policies 74–80                                Certified Agreement 55                                    exhibitions 22–28
                                                                                                                                                                                       Kathleen Gillett 10, 15, 46
      acquisitions 10, 13, 43, 47, 103–4                       chairman’s message 3                                      expenses 82
                                                                                                                                                                                       key result areas 34–63
      acts administered 140                                    changes in equity, statement of 70                        Exposed! The story of swimwear 16, 18, 20, 44, 54
                                                                                                                                                                                       Kids on Deck 36
      ‘Adapt or perish’ 20                                     Charles Darwin – Voyages and ideas that shook the world   external relations unit 119, 120
                                                                 10, 14, 20, 25, 34, 35, 37, 59                                                                                        Krait 46
      Advance 45
      Akarana 10, 11, 45                                       Charlotte Medal 10, 13, 104, 114, 116, 119
                                                                                                                         facilities 51
                                                               Charter of Operations 2008–2009 12                                                                                      lectures 97–98
      All Hands 61                                                                                                       family programs 36, 100–101
                                                               children’s activities 36, 100–101                                                                                       lighting 63
      Ambersail 36                                                                                                       festivals 101
                                                               collaborations 20–21, 52                                                                                                Little Shipmates – seafaring pets 22
      American Warbrides 10, 16, 54                                                                                      film programs 99
                                                               Collections and Exhibitions 119, 120                                                                                    ‘Living Knowledge – Indigenous Knowledge’ 23
      Antarctic views by Hurley and Ponting 28                                                                           financial assets 82–83
      Aqua Shell 8–9                                           Commercial and Visitor Services 119, 121
                                                                                                                         financial instruments 89
                                                               Commonwealth Authorities and Companies Act 1997                                                                         Maritime Museums of Australia Project Support Scheme
      archaeology, maritime 10, 13, 20, 37, 43, 47                                                                       financial services 119, 120
                                                                 (CAC Act) 30                                                                                                            (MMAPSS) 10, 18
      assets held for sale 86                                                                                            financial statements 64–93
                                                               Communications and Information Management Services                                                                        grants and internships 96
      assets held in trust 90–91                                                                                         fleet 45–46, 49, 122
                                                                 122                                                                                                                   marketing 38, 59, 121
      auditors, remuneration of 88                                                                                       freedom of information 31
                                                               community engagement 34–41                                                                                              MB 168 45
      Australia Day celebrations 35, 45, 58, 59                                                                          functions of the museum 139
                                                               community programs 35–36                                                                                                MB172 45
      Australian Maritime Union 32, 32–33                                                                                funding 13, 16, 47–48
                                                               conservation 44, 48, 121                                                                                                media coverage 35, 59, 60, 61, 114–16
      Australian National Maritime Foundation 93, 127
                                                               consultants 136                                                                                                         Members 21, 60–61, 100, 129
      Australian National Maritime Museum Act 1990 3, 30                                                                 global financial crisis 15–16
                                                               contact details 2, 137                                                                                                  Mermaid 10, 12, 13, 19, 20, 37, 43, 60, 63
      Australian Register of Historic Vessels 10, 14–15, 19,                                                             ‘Gold’ 20
                                                               contingent liabilities and assets 87                                                                                    Mini Mariners 36
                                                               Corporate and Operations 119, 122                         Great White Fleet – US sea power on parade 1908
                                                                                                                                                                                       minister, functions of 138
      Australian Research Council Linkage 10, 14, 20                                                                       18, 28, 43
                                                               corporate clients 38                                                                                                    mission statement 6
      Australian Workplace Agreements (AWA) 55
                                                               corporate governance 30                                                                                                 model skiff racing 12, 13
                                                                                                                         Historic Shipwrecks Act 1976 13, 43
                                                               council 3, 30, 123–26                                                                                                   Mythic Creatures: dragons, unicorns and mermaids 16
      balance sheet 68                                                                                                   hospitality 16
                                                               council members, remuneration of 88
      Bareki 46                                                                                                          human resources 54, 122
                                                               Currach Folk – Photographs by Bill Doyle 18, 27                                                                         National Maritime Collection 6, 10, 44, 105–8
      bark paintings 14
                                                               customer feedback 59                                                                                                    Navigators – defining Australia 37
      Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950                                                                    In the wake of the Beagle – science in the southern oceans
        13, 22, 23, 60, 63                                     customer service charter 137                                                                                            non-financial assets 83–86
                                                                                                                             from the age of Darwin 10, 14, 20
      Beagle 42                                                                                                          income statement 68, 81
                                                               design 63, 120                                                                                                          occupational health and safety 31, 37, 52
                                                                                                                         independent auditor’s report 66–67
      Camouflage 20                                            Directions for the Arts 30                                                                                              online presence 10, 14, 53–54
                                                                                                                         indigenous affairs 23, 44
      Cape Bowling Green lighthouse 50                         director’s overview 12                                                                                                  online resources 16, 19, 20, 37, 44, 109
                                                                                                                         Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science: A comparative
      capital works 16, 51                                     director’s statement 140                                     analysis 14                                                online shopping 38
      capital works and property 122                           disability, access for people with 6, 10, 14, 36          industrial democracy 57                                       Onslow 45–46, 63
      Carpentaria 45, 45–46                                    Disability Action Plan 2008–2011 55                       information and communication technology 16, 52               organisational chart 119
      cash flow reconciliation 87                              donations 47, 105–8                                       international exhibitions 13–14, 16, 20                       outcomes 92
      cash flows, statement of 71                                                                                        International Mariners Day 32, 32–33                          outreach 16, 18–19, 35
      catering 21, 37–38                                                                                                 internship program 18

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      partnerships 14                                talks 97–98
      patrons 128                                    Tall Ship Adventure – a young man’s journey New York
      payables 86                                       to Fremantle 1905 22

      performance deck 10, 16, 59                    The Boys from Cockatoo – paintings by Bill Nix 24

      performance overview 30                        The last RoRos into the Port of Sydney 25, 37

      productivity gains 55                          The River – Life on the Murray-Darling 18, 27

      provisions 86                                  The Store 38

      publications 10, 14, 20, 109, 110–13, 121      Thistle 45
                                                     ticket prices 2

      records management 53                          touring exhibitions 15–16, 20

      registration 44, 48–49, 121                    tours 98–99

      revenue 10, 16, 37–38, 39                      training and development 55

      Royal Shepherd 43                              Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of Travel 1, 5, 12, 14, 22, 23,
                                                        37, 60
                                                     travelling exhibitions 16, 18, 27–28
      Sail Away 16, 18, 28
      salaries 54
                                                     USA Gallery 43–44
      Saltwater Collection 14
      schedule of commitments 72–73
                                                     Vaka Moana – Voyages of the Ancestors 6, 10, 13, 14, 20,
      school programs 37, 101–2
                                                       24, 36, 59
      Science and the sea 20
                                                     values statement 6
      security 122
                                                     Vampire 10, 15, 36, 46, 94–95
      seminars 97
                                                     Vaughan Evans Library 19, 37, 41, 121
      Shipwrecks, corrosion and conservation 20
                                                     venue hire 16, 21, 37–38, 39
      showcases 63
                                                     vision statement 1
      Signals 19, 37
                                                     visiting vessels 36
      social media 10, 16, 53–54
                                                     visitor numbers 10, 16, 30, 35, 40
      Southern Surveyor 36, 37
                                                     visitor programs 122
      Spirit of Australia 10, 15, 15
                                                     volunteers 43, 54, 61, 62, 130–35
      sponsorship 62, 63, 128
      staff appointments 117
                                                     walks 98–99
      staff list 120–22
                                                     War and Love 45
      staff presentations 110–16
                                                     water activities 99–100
      Staff Sailing Regatta 55
                                                     web development 122
      staff travel 118
                                                     websites 16, 53–54
      staffing overview 54–57
                                                     Welcome Wall 3, 8–9, 10, 19, 61, 100
      staffing resources 46–49
                                                     Wetworld 25, 36, 59
      statement by council members 65
                                                     Wharf 7 Maritime Heritage Centre 16, 18, 51
      Strategic Asset Management Plan 2007–2017 51
                                                     work experience 61
      strategic plans 3, 12, 30
                                                     workplace diversity 57
      Summer Sailing Packages 38
      support visits 18
                                                     Yots Cafe 38
      Sydney 60
      Sydney By Sail 38
      Sydney Heritage Fleet (SHF) 18


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