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      Torpedo boat with ram bow
      made in France 1880–90.
      Steam-powered, carved
      wooden hull, tinplate and
      ferrous metals. Musée
      national de la Marine
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                                                                                                                                 Melbourne Maritime Museum, East Melbourne VIC:                 Paddle steamer Ruby Inc, Wentworth NSW: $5,000
appendix 01                                                                                                                      $5,000                                                         The paddle steamer Ruby is a heritage-listed, three-deck,
                                                                                                                                 Nautilus II is a multi-step Fauber type hydroplane, built      30-cabin passenger steamer built in 1907. Its side
2007–08 MMAPSS grants and internships                                                                                            in Melbourne in 1912 by H Maumill for Frank and Percy
                                                                                                                                 Cornwall. The championship-winning racer is the only
                                                                                                                                                                                                paddle wheels are driven by a 1926 Robe twin-cylinder
                                                                                                                                                                                                steam engine. This project will finalise restoration work
                                                                                                                                 one of its type in Australia and was donated by Alan           on the boiler by lagging it, a common practice of the era
                                                                                                                                 Chamberlain in 1978. The vessel is supported by a              that makes fuel use more economical and lowers heat
                                                                                                                                 cradle with iron wheels. This project will be a preservation   levels. Lagging will involve an insulation layer, cladding
                                                                                                                                 rather than restoration, with the cradle to be stabilised      over the insulation, powder coating to match the heritage
                                                                                                                                 and repaired, taking paint scrapes to establish its            colours of the boiler, and brass straps and fasteners to
      One of the museum’s most important cultural outreach        Broome Historical Society, Broome WA: $2,800                   authenticity. Small areas of hull trim will be replaced,       anchor the lagging.
      programs is the Maritime Museums of Australia Project       A conservation survey of flying boat engines from Dornier      while the hull, cockpit and engine compartment will be
      Support Scheme (MMAPSS), administered by us                 and Catalina aircraft destroyed in the Japanese air-raid                                                                      Proserpine Historical Museum Society Inc, Proserpine
                                                                                                                                 prepared and varnished or painted. Nautilus II is listed on
      and jointly funded by the museum and the Australian         on Broome in March 1942 is being undertaken as a                                                                              QLD: $2,140
                                                                                                                                 the Australian Register of Historic Vessels (HV000078).
      Government Department of the Environment, Water,            collaborative project with the Australian War Memorial                                                                        Noted local historian Ray Blackwood donated a unique
      Heritage and the Arts. The grants, of up to $5,000, are     and the Western Australian Maritime Museum. The                Melbourne Steam Traction Engine Club Inc, Scoresby             collection of maritime ephemera to the Proserpine
      awarded to non-profit maritime museums and historical       aircraft were carrying officials and evacuees from the         VIC: $5,000                                                    Museum, including marine charts, logs and journals
      societies, most of which are community-based and run by     Dutch East Indies after its invasion by Japanese forces.       This first-time grant applicant will restore, re-assemble      accumulated during his research into the history of the
      volunteers to fund restoration, conservation, collection                                                                   and display the steam engines of the tug Lyttleton II,         Whitsunday Islands. Due to the size and significance
                                                                  Bunbury Timber Jetty Environment and Conservation              which was scrapped in 2006 despite the best efforts of         of the collection it is essential that it is housed in a
      management and exhibition development projects.
                                                                  Society, Bunbury WA: $5,000                                    several interest groups. MSTEC members acquired not            suitable storage cabinet to ensure both preservation
      The scheme was initiated in 1995 and since then 171
                                                                  The 1911 Arrol Crane on Bunbury Jetty is the oldest ship-      only the engines but the entire engine room, believing         and accessibility. The grant will be used to purchase a
      projects across all Australian states and most of its
                                                                  loading crane in Western Australia, the last of four that      the best way to display the engines was in their proper        horizontal plan cabinet.
      territories have been supported. This year we gave 20
                                                                  once loaded goods from railway wagons (another is said         context. This early phase of the project will also include
      MMAPSS grants (including two internships), as follows:                                                                                                                                    Queensland Maritime Museum, South Bank QLD:
                                                                  to lie on the sea bed adjacent to the jetty). The grant will   development of signage and a video for an engaging
      Friends of Maatsuyker (FoMI) wildcare inc, Tinderbox:       enable preparation of a conservation and management                                                                           $5,000
                                                                                                                                 exhibition of these impressive objects.
      $3,986                                                      plan and a move to obtain heritage listing for the Arrol                                                                      The pearling lugger Penguin was gifted to the Queensland
      This grant will help to create a lighthouse keeper’s        Crane. Research for these is being undertaken by the           Morpeth Museum, Morpeth NSW: $3,380                            Maritime Museum by the Australian Government and
      archive and database based on the personal collection       Engineering Heritage Panel of Engineers Australia.             Funding will be used to develop an interpretive display        is one of a few remaining luggers that worked on the
      of John Cook, a lighthouse keeper for almost 25 years.                                                                     and construction of exhibition showcases to display            Queensland coast. Originally named Mercia, she is 100
                                                                  Clarence River Historical Society, Grafton NSW: $3,600         items of significance to the maritime heritage of historic     years old in 2008. The vessel’s cradle is not providing
      It will reflect his experiences working at four Tasmanian
                                                                  This grant funds conservation of an oil-painting portrait      Morpeth, an early river port for the Hunter Valley, near       adequate support to the keel, which has resulted in
      lighthouses – at Eddystone Point on Tasmania’s north-
                                                                  of Clarke Irving (1808–65), a prominent landholder             Maitland, NSW. This display will provide greater access to     hogging. This project will include construction of a new
      east; Tasman Island and Cape Bruny marking the outer
                                                                  and grazier in the district, an advocate for its maritime      the collection and will present the history of shipping from   cradle, recaulking and painting the hull, and erecting a
      approaches to Hobart and the Derwent; and Maatsuyker
                                                                  development and a director of steam shipping                   1823 to 1933, with a particular emphasis on educational        shade structure. On completion of the restoration work an
      Island at the extreme south of Tasmania.
                                                                  companies. In 1856–57 he represented the region in             programs and school groups.                                    interpretive display will be created to commemorate the
      Pioneer World Museum, Wentworth NSW: $2,500                 the first Legislative Assembly. The damaged portrait, by                                                                      100th anniversary.
      The Pioneer World Museum, in Wentworth on the Murray        migrant German painter Conrad Wagner (1820–1910),              Narrandera Parkside Cottage Museum, Narrandera
      River in NSW, is home to the Australian rowing eight that   requires relining with canvas. It is part of the collection    NSW: $2,500                                                    Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol, Mosman NSW: $1,370
      campaigned to victory in the prestigious King’s Cup of      of Clarence River Historical Society, formed in 1931 and       Another grant to conserve 19th-century river charts,           Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol is a marine search and
      1920, 1922 and 1923, by the stalwart team of rowers         said to be the oldest country historical society in NSW.       four from the late 1800s. They are drawn in ink on             rescue volunteer organisation in operation since 1937. It
      known as the Murray Cods. The King’s Cup was (and                                                                          narrow lengths of fabric that join together to make a          is currently working on a project to archive and preserve
                                                                  Echuca Historical Society, Echuca VIC: $4,289                  continuous chart of the Murrumbidgee River. The chart,         the history of the organisation, spanning five states over
      remains) the most sought-after trophy in Australian men’s
                                                                  As part of the ‘Down the Rivers’ conservation project,         probably made by a paddle steamer captain working              the past 70 years. This grant will be used to ensure the
      rowing. Their rowing eight now needs to assess the best
                                                                  Echuca Historical Society plans to conserve a fabric           the Murrumbidgee and Murray Rivers, records both the           archives are stored in the best possible way.
      way to manage their future needs, including conservation
                                                                  river chart dated 1877, and an 1874 map of Echuca.             natural and the man-made geography that has changed
      works and display requirements. The MMAPSS grant will                                                                                                                                     Tathra Wharf Maritime Museum, Tathra NSW: $1,800
                                                                  Conservation work will be undertaken by a qualified            dramatically in some places over the past century, and
      be used to provide the services of a specialist who will                                                                                                                                  Historic Tathra Wharf, built in 1862, has great
                                                                  conservator, who will also build storage units to protect      remained untouched in others.
      assess the craft and write a comprehensive condition                                                                                                                                      significance to the south coast of New South Wales
                                                                  the objects. A section of the chart will be copied onto
      report.                                                                                                                    Naval Historical Society of Australia Inc, Garden Island       and played a vital role in the development of the region
                                                                  fabric for exhibition purposes.
      Axel Stenross Maritime Museum Inc, Port Lincoln SA:                                                                        NSW: $2,695                                                    with its important dairy and timber industries. This
                                                                  Maritime Museum of Tasmania, Hobart TAS: $3,625                A team of volunteers is currently reviewing the society’s      magnificent multi-level structure combining a steamer
                                                                  The aim of this project is to research the museum’s            collection of documents, photographs and other                 wharf, warehouse and cattle race, is the sole surviving
      This grant helps to preserve the wartime tug Nabilla,
                                                                  half-model display and produce an accurate lines plan          research material, and restoring the documentation to          ocean facility of its type on Australia’s eastern seaboard.
      funding replacement of deteriorating timbers and
                                                                  from a timber half model using laser-scanned dimension         improve access. A detailed study has been conducted to         This grant will be used to assist the museum building with
      preparation and painting of the tug and its display
                                                                  data fed into a computer drafting package. This method         determine the best form of individual storage methods          urgently needed works to protect the displayed objects
      cradle. Nabilla was built for World War II service by the
                                                                  removes the risk of physically damaging the models. The        appropriate to the society’s facilities. MMAPSS funding        and exhibits, currently under threat of damage.
      sporting goods manufacturer Slazenger (one of many
                                                                  system will then be used by volunteers to document the         will be used to purchase these storage items.
      companies that diversified into war production) and was
                                                                  half-model collections at both the Maritime Museum of
      active in the Pacific Islands. Later purchased by South
                                                                  Tasmania and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
      Australian Marine and Harbours, Nabilla was the first tug
                                                                  Plans will be available to model builders and for use in
      to be stationed in Port Lincoln and is now listed on the
                                                                  interpretation and display.
      Australian Register of Historic Vessels (HV000083).
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      The Maritime Trust of Australia Inc, Williamstown VIC:
      $3,500                                                        appendix 02
      Funds awarded will contribute towards two separate
      projects being carried out by this Victorian organisation,
      home to the World War II corvette HMAS Castlemaine.
                                                                    visitor and Member programs
      The corvette’s 20-inch signal projector, originally lit by
      carbon arc, will be restored. The museum’s important
      collection of uniforms dating from the 1890s to the
      1950s requires urgent conservation and descriptive
      cataloguing to ensure they are ready for the exhibition
      Dressed for Service, planned for 2008–09.                        HM Bark Endeavour replica voyages                             ‘Fire on the Cutty Sark’ with Colin Burring talking about
      Townsville Museum and Historical Society Inc,                                                                                  the devastating fire on the vessel in 2007 (11/11/07)
                                                                      Newcastle 6–8 October 2007
      Townsville QLD: $5,000                                                                                                         ‘Jellyfish in science and sculpture’ with David Watts,
      Townsville’s coastal radio station opened in 1913 and                                                                          senior aquarist at the Sydney Aquarium, and sculptor
      combined International Convention for the Safety of Life         Seminars and conferences
                                                                                                                                     Suz Gavran, in association with the National Maritime
      at Sea (SOLAS) functions with commercial maritime               ‘Coast to Coast – a history of Australian coastal              Museum, Greenwich (14/11/07)
      communications. During World War II it provided advance         shipping’, one-day seminar with speakers Peter Plowman,
      notice of the Japanese attack on Guadalcanal, and                                                                              ‘Nature’s argonaut – Daniel Solander 1733–82’, talk by
                                                                      maritime historian and author; John Jeremy, author, naval
      in 1971 it tracked Cyclone Althea, which devastated                                                                            author Ed Duyker (15/11/07)
                                                                      architect and last CEO of Cockatoo Island; Patricia Miles,
      Townsville. The museum owns important artefacts taken           ANMM curator of commerce; the Hon. Peter Morris,               ‘Joseph Conrad – seaman and storyteller’, 2007 Cruise
      from the station when it closed in 2002, including the          former Federal Transport Minister (21/10/07)                   Forum 3 with Associate Professor Anthony Uhlmann,
      station operator’s console, voice message transmitter,                                                                         University of Western Sydney, and historian Bob Irving,
      1940s Morse code transmitter and video footage of               Australian Maritime Museums Council ‘Managing the
                                                                                                                                     in association with the National Maritime Museum,
      operators at work. They will be used to tell the story of       future of historic vessels’ conference with keynote
                                                                                                                                     Greenwich (03/12/07)
      coastal radio and its crucial link with Townsville maritime     speakers Martyn Heighton, National Historic Ships, UK,
      history, and digitise the footage to preserve it.               and Mark Staniforth, Flinders University, and speakers         ‘Ötzi’s Italy’ with Georgina Hoddle talking about the Italy
                                                                      from Tasmania, Queensland, South Australia, New South          that Ötzi the Iceman lived in (09/02/08)
                                                                      Wales and ACT (08/03/08)
       Internships                                                                                                                   6th Phil Renouf Memorial Lecture ‘Boats and boat
                                                                                                                                     people on Sydney Harbour, an evolutionary tale’ by Sean
      Gemma Webberley, National Trust of Australia                     Lectures and talks                                            Langman, in association with Sydney Heritage Fleet
      (Tasmania), ‘Runnymede’, New Town TAS                                                                                          (06/03/08)
      The house supervisor at the historic National Trust             ‘The Aran Islands, J M Synge and Irish world theatre’, talk
      property ‘Runnymede’, which has significant links to            and readings by Irish author and speaker Claire Dunne          Steel Beach – shipbreaking in Bangladesh talk by
      maritime history, will spend two weeks here developing          OAM, in association with Currach Folk – photographs by         exhibition photographer Andrew Bell (07/03/08)
      her skills in areas of museum operations that have              Bill Doyle exhibition (02/08/07)
                                                                                                                                     Australian Maritime Museums Council ‘Managing the
      relevance to the property, including making visitor             ‘Defence sites on Sydney Harbour’, 2007 Cruise Forum 2         future of historic vessels’ conference with keynote
      programs and events relevant to students and other              illustrated talk by ANMM curator Lindsey Shaw celebrating      speakers Martyn Heighton, National Historic Ships, UK,
      visitors, curatorial practice and philosophies, and issues      150 years since Fort Denison was named; cruise to              and Mark Staniforth, Flinders University, and speakers
      concerning conservation of maritime objects.                    defence sites with historian John McClymont (09/08/07)         from Tasmania, Queensland, South Australia, New South
      David Senior, Coffs Harbour Regional Museum, Coffs                                                                             Wales and ACT (08/03/08)
                                                                      ‘Escape! Fremantle to Freedom’ with speakers Sandra
      Harbour NSW                                                     Murray, curator Fremantle Prison; Brad Manera, curator         ‘Managing the future of historic vessels’ AMMC
      The museum technician at the Coffs Harbour Regional             Hyde Park Barracks; Paul Hundley, ANMM curator USA             conference presentation, keynote speaker Martyn
      Museum will spend two weeks with us working mainly              gallery (11/08/07)                                             Heighton, National Historic Ships, UK (08/03/08)
      with our preparators. This will allow him to expand his
      knowledge of the technical work involved in the design,         ‘The secret world of Australia’s deadly jellyfish’,            ‘Reconstructions, replicas and the real thing: an
      interpretation, lighting, installation and takedown of          illustrated lecture by Lisa Gershwin, adjunct professor        archaeological view of authenticity’ AMMC conference
      exhibitions. He will also spend time with our curators and      of marine and tropical biology at James Cook University        presentation by Mark Staniforth, Flinders University
      conservators developing curatorial and object handling          (23/09/07)                                                     (08/03/08)
      skills.                                                         Wrecked! Tragedy and the Southern Seas exhibition              ‘Race to the bottom – vessel preservation in Tasmania’
                                                                      preview with South Australian Maritime Museum curator          AMMC conference presentation by Barry Paterson,
                                                                      Bill Seager (25/10/07)                                         National Archives of Australia (08/03/08)
                                                                      Iceman – the story of Ötzi guided exhibition tour with talks   ‘Restoration of historic vessels in Tasmania: lessons
                                                                      by Dr Ted Robinson, University of Sydney archaeology           from the May Queen’ AMMC conference presentation by
                                                                      department; Dr Angelika Fleckinger, exhibition curator         Peta Knott, from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
                                                                      and director of the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology          and Maritime Museum of Tasmania (08/03/08)
                                                                      in Italy; Mariea Fisher, ANMM manager temporary and
                                                                                                                                     ‘Nelcebee –portrait of a coastal trader’ AMMC conference
                                                                      travelling exhibitions (9/11/07)
                                                                                                                                     presentation by Kevin Jones, South Australian Maritime
                                                                                                                                     Museum (08/03/08)
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      ‘The restoration of Taipan’ AMMC conference                     Tours, walks and excursions                                  Welcome Wall ceremonies                                    ‘A Tale of Two Rivers: Murray-Darling and Parramatta’
      presentation by ANMM curator David Payne (08/03/08)                                                                                                                                     talk by ANMM curator Michelle Linder with John Prentice
                                                                     Eryldene historic property guided tour (04/07/07)            Welcome Wall unveiling 385 new names: themed on             from the Murray-Darling Basin Commission and author
      ‘Lady Denman – the final chapter?’ AMMC conference                                                                          ‘Journeys’ (28/10/07)
                                                                     Tour to Garden Island to inspect HMB Endeavour replica                                                                   Greg Blaxcell; cruise up the Parramatta River; screening
      presentation by Graham Hinton, Lady Denman Maritime
                                                                     in dry-dock (18/09/07; 22/09/07)                             Welcome Wall unveiling 1,178 new names: themed              of documentary When the river was the only road
      Museum (08/03/08)
                                                                                                                                  on ‘Museums as instruments of social change and             (12/03/08)
      ‘HMAS Diamantina’ AMMC conference presentation by              Garden Island heritage tour with representatives of the
                                                                                                                                  development’ with guest speaker the Hon Tanya Plibersek     Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950
      Ian Jempson, Queensland Maritime Museum (08/03/08)             Naval Historical Society of Australia (18/10/07)
                                                                                                                                  MP, Federal Member for Sydney, Minister for Housing and     exhibition preview introduced by Musée national de la
      ‘The conservation process and its application to               Exclusive tour to Rozelle Bay to examine the latest          Minister for the Status of Women (10/05/08)                 Marine curator Annie Madet (18/03/08)
      historic vessels: Port Fairy Life Boat’ AMMC conference        restoration work undertaken by the Sydney Heritage Fleet
                                                                     on John Oxley (09/01/08)                                                                                                 Botanical artist Lucy Smith discusses her personal
      presentation by Marten Symes, Port Fairy Life Boat                                                                           Members exclusive events
                                                                                                                                                                                              experiences aboard HMB Endeavour replica and her
      Association (08/03/08)                                         MV Cape Don guided tour with volunteer crew (13/01/08)
                                                                                                                                  A night of Irish music with five-piece Celtic band          insights into artist Sydney Parkinson’s working practices
      ‘Restoring Maluka’ 2008 Classic & Wooden Boat Festival         Pyrmont Bridge climb exploring this marvel of early          The Ceilidh Collective and talk by Paddy Macdonald          (20/04/08)
      presentation by vessel owner Sean Langman (09/03/08)           20th-century engineering work (22–23/01/08)                  (19/07/07)
                                                                                                                                                                                              ‘Three barques and a Box Brownie’ special event in
      ‘The restoration of Westwind’ 2008 Classic & Wooden            Garden Island heritage tour with representatives of          HMB Endeavour replica guided tour and breakfast             association with Tall Ship Adventure exhibition, with talks
      Boat Festival presentation by vessel owners Chris Dicker       The Naval Historical Society of Australia (13/03/08)         (22/07/07)                                                  by ANMM curator Paul Hundley and Alan Edenborough
      and Chris Goddard (09/03/08)                                                                                                                                                            of the Sydney Heritage Fleet; tour of the James Craig;
                                                                     ANMM collection tour behind-the-scenes at Wharf 7            James Squire beer lovers’ tour and tasting at Malt Shovel
                                                                                                                                                                                              screening of documentary film Around Cape Horn
      ‘The restoration of Taipan’ 2008 Classic & Wooden              with ANMM conservation manager Jonathon London               Brewery with brew-master Chuck Hahn (08/08/07)
      Boat Festival presentation and film screening by Simon         (18/04/08)
                                                                                                                                  Wardroom dinner on HMAS Vampire, hosted by former
      Sadubin, Sydney Harbour Wooden Boats (09/03/08)                                                                                                                                         HMAS Advance 20th anniversary celebration tour and
                                                                                                                                  CO CDRE J W L Merson RAN (Rtd) (13/08/07)
                                                                                                                                                                                              supper, with Steven Gilmore CSC AM RAN and former
      Tall Ship Adventure guided exhibition tour with ANMM            On the water
                                                                                                                                  Triple book launch of Unfinished Voyages by Graeme          commanding officers (17/05/08)
      curator Paul Hundley (04/04/08)
                                                                     Whale-watching cruise off the coast of Sydney on True        Henderson, Shipwreck Archaeology in Australia by
                                                                                                                                                                                              Kay Cottee and Blackmores First Lady 20th anniversary
      The River – Life on the Murray-Darling guided tour with        Blue (08/07/07)                                              Michael Nash and Mapping Colonial Conquest edited
                                                                                                                                                                                              dinner, with Kay Cottee AO, RADM Tony Horton (Rtd) and
      ANMM curator Michelle Linder (09/04/08)                                                                                     by Norman Etherington, launched by Vice Admiral Chris
                                                                     Afternoon tea cruise themed on Pacific on a Plate Food                                                                   Marcus Blackmore AM (05/06/08)
                                                                                                                                  Ritchie AO RAN (Rtd) (20/09/07)
      ‘Pole to Pole’ talk by adventurers James Hoopers and           Festival (02/09/07)
                                                                                                                                                                                              Photographic conservation workshop inspired by
      Rob Gauntlett about their journey; viewing of their visiting                                                                ‘Show Time!’ after-hours viewing of the treasures of
                                                                     ‘Spring, spray and jacarandas’ cruise on Lane Cove River                                                                 Summers Past: Golden Days in the Sun 1950–1970 with
      yacht Blizzard (10/05/08)                                                                                                   the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors
                                                                     aboard historic ferry Lithgow with Adam Woodhams,                                                                        professional conservators (08/06/08)
      Talk by Matt Young, the Australian-based actor who played      assistant gardening editor with Better Homes and
                                                                                                                                                                                              South Steyne tour in dry-dock at Garden Island
      the role of James Cook in the documentary Captain Cook:        Gardens (28/10/07)                                           New Members welcome reception with ANMM director
      Obsession and discovery, on board HMB Endeavour                                                                             Mary-Louise Williams, including after-hours exhibition
                                                                     Sydney–Hobart yacht race day cruise aboard MV Seivadis
      replica (25/05/08)                                                                                                          viewing (24/10/07, 16/04/08)
                                                                     (26/12/07)                                                                                                                Miscellaneous public programs
      ‘France on the foreshores: Joubert, Jeanneret and                                                                           16th Members anniversary lunch with ANMM director
                                                                     Australia Day family ferry cruise on Sydney Harbour on                                                                   Currach Céilí featuring Sydney Irish Céilí Dancers
      Bateaux Jouets’, 2008 Cruise Forum 2: talk, cruise and                                                                      Mary-Louise Williams, the new chairman of the
                                                                     MV Captain Cook II (26/01/08)                                                                                            performing Man of Aran, in association with Currach Folk
      guided walk in Hunters Hill with historians Maureen Fry                                                                     museum’s Council Mr Peter Sinclair AM CSC, and guest
      and Joan Lawrence to complement Bateaux Jouets – toy           Australia Day HM Bark Endeavour day cruise on Sydney         speaker, Australian folklore performer Warren Fahey AM      exhibition (12/08/07)
      boats from Paris 1850–1950 exhibition; demonstration           Harbour (26/01/08)                                           (25/11/07)                                                  Dunbar anniversary featuring full program of events
      by photographer and model boat builder David Mist, in
                                                                     Queen Victoria sunrise ferry cruise to witness the classic   Members Christmas party champagne shopping night at         commemorating 150 years since clipper ship Dunbar was
      association with WEA (05/06/08)
                                                                     ocean liner sailing into Sydney Harbour on her maiden        The Store (09/12/07)                                        wrecked off Sydney Heads (17–19/08/07)
      Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950                voyage (24/02/08)
                                                                                                                                  Wetworld family breakfast exclusive before-hours playtime   Pacific on a Plate Food Festival, the museum’s fourth
      lunchtime curator’s tour (13/06/08)
                                                                     ‘Two Queens’ evening ferry cruise to witness the never-      with BBQ and champagne for mum and dad (16/01/08)           biennial food festival celebrating the culinary and cultural
      ‘Discover the southern skies with Fred Watson’, talk           to-be-repeated appearance of both Queen Victoria and                                                                     diversity of countries on the Pacific Rim (01–02/09/07)
                                                                                                                                  Australia Day family picnic and fireworks party at ANMM
      about how stars are used to navigate spacecraft around         Queen Elizabeth 2 in port in Sydney Harbour (24/02/08)
                                                                                                                                  forecourt, with option of watching fireworks aboard         2008 Classic & Wooden Boat Festival featuring the
      every corner of the Solar System (19/06/08)
                                                                     Superboat Grand Prix cruise offering vantage points of       HMAS Vampire (26/01/08)                                     theme of restoration and over 150 wooden boats
      The Collins class submarine story: steel, spies and            the Australian Offshore Superboat Series (09/03/08)                                                                      (08–09/03/08)
                                                                                                                                  Norman Lindsay Gallery curator-led day trip to view Magic
      spin talk by co-author Derek Woolner, visiting fellow of
                                                                     Svanen sunset sail on this grand old Danish ship             of the Sea exhibition, showcasing Lindsay’s little-known    Quick and Dirty Boat Building Competition on the
      the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the ANU
                                                                     (10/04/08)                                                   passion for ships and the sea (03/02/08)                    forecourt (08–09/03/08)
                                                                     ‘Autumn leaves’ annual garden and history cruise on          Vampire X gun turret tour led by ANMM Fleet manager         Traditional maritime craft demonstrations with Ian
                                                                     heritage ferry Lithgow, with Adam Woodhams, assistant        Steven Adams (13/02/08)                                     Dillion, Wallie Brown, Peter Mabey, Neil Wilson, Ian
                                                                     gardening editor with Better Homes and Gardens                                                                           Hunt, Ray Lincoln, John Dunnachie and Brian Peters
                                                                                                                                  Convict hulks: life on the prison ships guided exhibition   (08–09/03/08)
                                                                                                                                  tour at Hyde Park Barracks museum led by its curator,
                                                                                                                                  Brad Manera (20/02/2008)                                    Maritime art display from the Society of Marine Artists
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      ‘Battle of the bateaux’ showcasing the latest in wireless,       Dall’Italia All’Australia (‘From Italy to Australia’), silent    Submarine adventure: includes a workshop on how                Visiting schools – temporary and special programs
      remote-control boats as they take to the waters around           film screening in association with Institute of Italian          submarines work and a visit to HMAS Onslow. Years 2–6
      the museum (27/04/08)                                            Culture and the Italian Embassy, introduced by author                                                                          Temporary exhibitions
                                                                                                                                        Don’t mess with the Junksons: an environmental
                                                                       Anthony De Bolfo with Italian folk music by acclaimed                                                                          CSIce: uses historical and scientific investigation
      Patrol boat HMAS Advance family events, including                                                                                 workshop on the pollution of our waterways. Years 2–6
                                                                       musicians Kavisha Mazzella, Irini Vela, David De Santi,                                                                        methods to solve the murder of Ötzi, during the Iceman –
      behind-the-scenes guided tour, to celebrate 40th
                                                                       Mark Holder-Keeping and Bob McInnes (30/11/07)                   Science and the sea: a workshop with experiments on           the story of Ötzi exhibition. Years 3–6
      anniversary of its commissioning into the Royal Australian
                                                                                                                                        corrosion, buoyancy, navigation and communication,
      Navy and 20th anniversary of its transfer to ANMM                Maluka: The Yacht that Made History 2008 Classic &                                                                             What is history? Iceman: a special version of the What is
                                                                                                                                        followed by a tour of the museum looking at scientific
      (18/05/2008)                                                     Wooden Boat Festival screening (09/03/08)                                                                                      history? program based around the Iceman – the story of
                                                                                                                                        principles in action. Years 5–6
                                                                       Around Cape Horn 2008 Classic & Wooden Boat Festival                                                                           Ötzi exhibition. Years 7–8
       Children and family programs                                                                                                     My special place: looks at how Indigenous artists use
                                                                       screening (09/03/08)                                                                                                           Toys in time: a workshop based around The way we were
                                                                                                                                        symbols to express meaning in their artworks, particularly
      Saltwater: Yirrkala bark paintings of Sea Country activity       Shipbreakers, award-winning documentary introduced               in the Saltwater bark paintings. Years 4–6                    (HSIE) and Toy world (Science) units for primary students,
      area (01–15/07/08)                                               by ANMM curator Mariea Fisher with farewell viewing of                                                                         in conjunction with the Bateaux Jouets exhibition.
                                                                                                                                        Highlights tour: general museum tour that can be themed       Years 1–2
                                                                       Steel Beach – shipbreaking in Bangladesh exhibition
      NAIDOC Family Day with musical performances, art and                                                                              to particular areas of interest. Years K–6
                                                                       (27/03/08)                                                                                                                     Wrecked! a special version of our Shipwreck stories and
      craft activities and Aboriginal training vessel Tribal Warrior
      operating short trips (15/07/07)                                                                                                  Secondary                                                     Maritime archaeology programs to incorporate material
                                                                        Theatre                                                                                                                       from the Wrecked! exhibition. Years 5–12
      Night in the Navy family evening aboard destroyer HMAS                                                                            Pyrmont walk: a site study where students walk the
      Vampire and submarine HMAS Onslow (17/11/08)                     Dunbar – A Folk Opera, gala performance of short verse           streets of Pyrmont looking at the changing nature of the      Escape! guided tours of the Escape! Fremantle to
                                                                       drama for Members, presented by the New England                  suburb. Years 7–12                                            Freedom exhibition.
      Courageous Conrad! scary story for kids (02/12/07)
                                                                       Regional Art Museum (17–19/08/08)                                                                                              Saltwater: guided tours of the Saltwater: Yirrkala bark
                                                                                                                                        Science and the sea: a workshop with experiments on
      Wetworld activity centre (27/12/07–25/01/08)                                                                                                                                                    paintings of Sea Country exhibition. Also incorporated the
                                                                                                                                        corrosion, buoyancy, navigation and communication,
      Kids Deck: Iceman – the story of Ötzi activity centre             Visiting schools – permanent programs                           followed by a tour of the museum looking at scientific        My special place workshop (see permanent programs).
      (27/12/07–25/01/08)                                                                                                               principles in action. Years 7–8                               Jellyfish: tours and a visual arts workshop on the Jellyfish
      Family evening on HMB Endeavour replica with sausage                                                                              What is history? A workshop and museum tour where             – nature inspires art exhibition. A section investigating
                                                                       Transport: students tour the museum, identifying various                                                                       classification of sea species was also added to our
      sizzle on the wharf (29/03/08)                                                                                                    students engage in historical methods and practices
                                                                       forms of water transport and their uses. Years 1–2                                                                             Science and the Sea programs, and a special jellyfish
                                                                                                                                        through investigating a series of artefacts. Years 7–8
      Kids Deck: Bateaux jouets (toy boats) offering simple                                                                                                                                           craft activity was added to our Splash! program.
                                                                       Pirate school: translates school subjects into piratical
      toy boats to play with and race through the maze                                                                                  Shipwrecks, corrosion and conservation: through a             Years 5–12
                                                                       equivalents as students earn their own pirate licence,
      (13–27/04/08)                                                                                                                     series of experiments and a museum tour students look
                                                                       including a treasure hunt and optional visit to James                                                                          International Talk Like a Pirate Day: a larger-scale
                                                                       Craig. Years K–3                                                 at the chemistry behind corrosion and the conservation
      Fun Family Sundays themed on exhibition Saltwater:                                                                                                                                              festival-style version of our Pirate School to celebrate this
                                                                                                                                        of metals from shipwrecks. Targeted to Year 12 HSC
      Yirrkala bark paintings of Sea Country (09/07); Jellyfish                                                                                                                                       amusing international day. Years K–3
                                                                       Sounds of the sea: students tour the museum                      chemistry students
      – nature inspires art (10/07–11/07); Iceman – the story
                                                                       investigating displays that feature a series of phonetic
      of Ötzi (02/08); Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris                                                                            Journeys: a museum tour targeted to HSC English – Area        Collaborative projects
                                                                       sounds and blends such as s, sh and th. Years K–1
      1850–1950 (04/08)                                                                                                                 of Study (Journeys) that looks at various stories of people
                                                                       Splash! features a tour of the Watermarks exhibition, a          who have journeyed to Australia by sea. Year 12               Dangerous journeys: a combined program where students
      Mini Mariners interactive themed program each Tuesday                                                                                                                                           attended a performance of the play Lifeboat at the
                                                                       workshop that focuses on leisure activities on, in, under
      during school term including Pirates Ahoy! (09/07); Life                                                                          Maritime archaeology: students examine objects from           Sydney Opera House, then took part in a special version
                                                                       and near the sea, and a craft activity. Years K–2
      Aboard a Tall Ship (11/07); Tall Ships (03/08), Boats in                                                                          shipwrecks and visit museum displays to learn how             of our What is history? workshop at ANMM. Years 9–12
      the Harbour (10/07; 04/08) and Under the Sea (05/08)             Navigators: students tour the Navigators, Eora and Age           historians use material culture to reconstruct the past.
                                                                       of Sail exhibitions to investigate early contact with the        Years 8–12                                                    Marine Careers Forum: our 9th annual careers forum for
                                                                       Australian continent. Years 3–4                                                                                                senior students, involving discussion groups, lectures
       Film programs                                                                                                                    Dipping into history: an overview of 20th-century             and trade stalls with professionals representing a diverse
                                                                       Endeavour: students tour the HMB Endeavour replica.              Australian history using museum displays. Years 9–10          range of marine vocations, further education and training
      The Catalpa Rescue introduced by author Tom Keneally AO
                                                                       Years 3–6                                                                                                                      facilities. Years 11–12
      (11/08/07)                                                                                                                        Shipwreck sleuths: students employ scientific principles
                                                                       Navigators/Endeavour: a special package featuring tours          to investigate shipwreck material. Years 9–10                 French tours and lunch: tours of the Bateaux Jouets
      Man of Aran documentary film screening to farewell
                                                                       of both exhibits. Years 3–6                                                                                                    exhibition with a French-speaking guide, followed by an
      Currach Folk exhibition (27/09/07)                                                                                                Endeavour, students tour the HMB Endeavour replica.
                                                                       Technology of gold: a workshop tracing methods of                Years 7–12                                                    optional lunch at The Little Snail French restaurant in
      Finding Nemo (30/09/07–14/10/07)                                                                                                                                                                Pyrmont. Years 3–12
                                                                       looking for gold from the 1850s to modern times. Years
      In Which We Serve aboard HMAS Vampire (02/10/07)                 5–6                                                              My special place: looks at how Indigenous artists use
                                                                                                                                        symbols to express meaning in their artworks, particularly    Australasian Corrosion Association, supporting and
      Patrol Boat episode 1 aboard HMAS Vampire (03/10/07)             Shipwreck stories: students investigate the stories of           in the Saltwater bark paintings. Students then create         providing resource material for our Shipwrecks, corrosion
                                                                       Batavia, Dunbar and Sirius through museum displays.              their own artwork. Years 7–12                                 and conservation and Science and the sea programs.
      Always Another Dawn aboard HMAS Vampire (04/10/07)
                                                                       Years 5–6
      Mr Roberts aboard HMAS Vampire (09/10/07)                                                                                         ESL tour: a museum tour written especially for NESB
                                                                       Life on a tall ship: students investigate life on board a tall   students that enables students to differentiate between
      Patrol Boat episode 4 aboard HMAS Vampire (10/10/07)             ship by visiting the James Craig and handling a selection        past and present tense.
                                                                       of ship and crew equipment. Years 3–6
      In Which We Serve aboard HMAS Vampire (11/10/07)                                                                                  Highlights tour: general museum tour that can be themed
                                                                                                                                        to particular areas of interest. Years 7–12
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      Outreach/special programs

      Endeavour sailing program: a Sydney Harbour sail aboard
                                                                 appendix 03
      HMB Endeavour for Year 3–4 students and coordinating
      local school visits when Endeavour sailed to regional      selected acquisitions

      Education Expo: a Sydney-based event providing the
      opportunity to promote museum education programs and
      facilities to educators and families.

      Living knowledge: launch of a collaborative website
      between ANMM, ANU, DET and Yirrkala CEC, featuring the         Artworks and prints                                             A watercolour of the missionary vessel John Williams I
      Saltwater bark paintings.                                                                                                      (1844–64), a colour lithograph of the missionary vessel
                                                                    A China trade painting, The Brig Anna Dixon off Hong             John Williams II (1865–67) and one Baxter print of the
      Specialised tours: museum tours for groups making             Kong, circa 1859, oil on canvas on board in a gilded             London Missionary Society missionary John Williams
      specific requests, such as community service                  frame                                                            Born in London, England in 1796, the missionary John
      organisations.                                                This painting shows a broadside view of the ship, Anna           Williams was heavily influenced by his Baptist father
                                                                    Dixon, off Hong Kong, with a French warship, a British           and Calvinistic Methodist mother, who brought him up
      Refugee Week: explores refugee stories with reference to      warship and a paddle steamer wearing an American flag
      ANMM Vietnamese refugee vessel Tu Do (‘Freedom’) and                                                                           as a member of the Congregational Church of England.
                                                                    among the craft in the background. Though it is unsigned         In September 1816 he was accepted for missionary
      the Passengers exhibition. Primary and secondary HSIE         and undated, information on the back of the painting
      (18–20 June 2008)                                                                                                              service with the London Missionary Society and sailed
                                                                    identifies the subject and provides the provenance. It           for the South Pacific, where he established missions
                                                                    was presented to Thomas Wellsman, the ship’s captain,            at Erromanga and the Society Islands. An active and
                                                                    on his retirement from the owner’s company in 1858.              popular missionary, John Williams was the public face of
                                                                    Wellsman settled in Adelaide and the painting remained           the London Missionary Society, featuring in a number of
                                                                    in his family until the 1970s. It is a significant addition to   colour prints using the George Baxter process. He was
                                                                    the museum’s collection of material relating to Australian       killed in November 1839 while attempting to establish
                                                                    colonial trading in the 19th century. Purchased from             a mission in the New Hebrides. Following his death the
                                                                    Marani Fine Art and Antiques                                     society built the first of six missionary vessels to carry his
                                                                    Engraving titled Poulaho, King of the Friendly Islands           name. Purchased from Josef Lebovic Gallery
                                                                    drinking Kava                                                    World War I souvenir scarf ‘Australia Will Be There’
                                                                    Based on the watercolour and pen wash by John Webber,            featuring HMAS Sydney, Walter William ‘Skipper’
                                                                    this engraving shows the Tongan king in a kava ceremony.         Francis, 1927
                                                                    James Cook passed through the central Pacific in May             Based on the John Beukers song ‘Australia will be there’,
                                                                    and June 1777 en route to the Pacific North West. It was         the words featured on this cotton souvenir scarf date to
                                                                    during this voyage that he was killed at Hawaii in 1779.         1927and were written by Walter William ‘Skipper’ Francis.
                                                                    Purchased from Atlam                                             This patriotic song is a tribute to the success of HMAS
                                                                    Engraving titled The reception of Captain Cook in                Sydney in battle against SMS Emden off the Cocos-
                                                                    Hapaee, 1786                                                     Keeling Islands in 1914, when the latter was soundly
                                                                    Based on the watercolour and pen wash by John Webber,            beaten. The scarf features a warship in each corner,
                                                                    this engraving shows the reception of Captain Cook               likely to be ships of the new Royal Australian Navy, and
                                                                    at Lifuka in the Ha’apai group of the Tongan islands             celebrates Australian World War I success. Purchased
                                                                    in May 1777. The scene depicted shows two pairs of               from Bonhams & Goodman
                                                                    combatants (one pair boxing, the other pair fighting             HSK Kormoran pennant
                                                                    with clubs) enclosed within a large ring of spectators.          This embroidered pennant was made by a crew member
                                                                    Purchased from Atlam                                             of the German raider HSK Kormoran in 1942 while
                                                                    Engraving titled A hut and family of the inhabitants of          a prisoner-of-war at the Murchison internment camp
                                                                    Terra del Fuego                                                  in Victoria. It features a profile of the Kormoran and
                                                                    This engraving documents the visit of HMB Endeavour              the date 1941 on one side, with ‘Lager Stortebecker’
                                                                    to Tierra del Fuego, enroute to Tahiti and the transit of        (Camp Stortebecker) – and a sailing ship decorated with
                                                                    Venus, during Captain Cook’s first Pacific voyage. Buchan        swastika, Iron Cross and SS lightning bolts on its sails –
                                                                    was one of the artists employed for the voyage by Joseph         embroidered on the reverse. The date 1941 refers to the
                                                                    Banks, but he died after an epileptic fit and was buried at      battle of 19 November 1941 between HMAS Sydney and
                                                                    Tahiti. Buchan’s picture was published in Hawkesworth’s          the Kormoran during which both ships were destroyed.
                                                                    Voyages in 1773. Purchased from Portobello Print &               Purchased from Ricky Cecil
                                                                    Map Shop
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      Omai, a native of Ulaietea engraved by Francesco               The Great White Fleet in Sydney Harbour, 1908,                 Medal commemorating the end of the Third China War             Books and charts
      Bartolozzi (Italian engraver, 1727–1815), after an             watercolour painting by Julian Ashton (1851–1942)              or Boxer Rebellion, awarded to Stoker P Harris of
      original painting by Nathaniel Dance, 1774                     17.0 x 46.0 cm                                                 HMS Wallaroo                                                  Two sections of a cloth navigation chart of the Murray
      The Polynesian Omai (more correctly Mai), a native             This painting by Julian Ashton is a superb panorama in         This silver alloy medal commemorates the end of the           River, made and signed by Captain H Hart, circa 1880s
      of Raiatea, asked to join the crew of HMS Adventure            watercolours that shows the visiting ships at anchor,          Third China War or Boxer Rebellion, and was awarded to        Hand drawn in black and red ink and blue pencil on
      (Captain Furneaux) when the Adventure and Resolution           almost filling the harbour around Fort Denison. The            Stoker P Harris of HMS Wallaroo. Known variously as the       pink linen, the two pieces of this chart cover river miles
      visited Huahine in September 1773 during James Cook’s          painting is signed in the lower left: J R ASHTON and dated     Queen’s China War medal, the Third China War medal,           827–851, from the junction of the Murray and Darling
      second expedition. Omai was not the first Polynesian           and inscribed in the lower right: SYDNEY HARBOUR/              the Boxer Rebellion medal or the Boxer Uprising medal,        Rivers at Wentworth, and river miles 596–700, from
      to join a European ship; the Tahitian Tupai had joined         AUG 22 1908. It will be a centerpiece of the museum’s          it was awarded in 1901 to British and Imperial land and       Smith’s Wood Pile to Giles Island, respectively. They show
      Endeavour during Cook’s first expedition to the south          exhibition Great White Fleet – US sea power on parade          sea troops who fought during the rebellion of 1900.           landings, landmarks such as houses or farm buildings,
      seas, and his navigation and linguistic skills had proven      1908.                                                          Purchased from Frank Edridge                                  and hazards such as rocks and sand banks. Purchased
      a great asset to the expedition. Purchased from Hordern                                                                                                                                     from Peter Walker Fine Art
      House                                                           Tools and equipment                                            Clothing and accessories                                     Carte reduite de l’Ocean Oriental ou Mer des Indes,
      Discovery of the Land of X-ray Art, Danny Eastwood,                                                                                                                                         1757
                                                                     Extending timber ship’s cabin bed, about 1830–50               Admiral Philip Parker King’s sword                            This chart was made by Jacques Nicolas Bellin
                                                                     During the late 18th and early 19th centuries many well-       Admiral Philip Parker King (1793–1856), naval officer         (1703–1772), who worked for the French Hydrographic
      The history behind this painting is important, bringing
                                                                     to-do passengers travelling to Australia supplied their        and early surveyor of the Australian coast, was born on       Office (Dépôt des cartes et plans de la Marine) from
      together Indigenous art with European events that
                                                                     own furniture and outfitted their own cabin onboard the        Norfolk Island in 1793, the son of Philip Gidley King. He     its inception in 1720 until his death in 1772, rising
      impacted greatly on the Australian Indigenous population.
                                                                     ship. Because of the length of the voyage, the lack of         was educated in England and joined the Royal Navy in          to the post of Royal Hydrographer. Under his control,
      Danny Eastwood is an acclaimed Indigenous artist best
                                                                     space and the social hierarchy of the time, such items of      1807, promoted to lieutenant in 1814. Between 1817            the Hydrographic Office developed a reputation for
      known for his T-shirt designs for overseas markets.
                                                                     furniture had to be practical, light, collapsible and, above   and 1822 on HMS Mermaid, and secondly HMS Bathurst,           the quality of its charts. The chart is dated 1757 and
      Purchased from Walkabout Gallery
                                                                     all, elegant and comfortable. Purchased from Marani Fine       he made four trips surveying and charting areas of the        probably originally formed part of Hydrographie Francoise,
      Two Brothers Story, Glen Namundja, 2008                        Art and Antiques                                               Australian coastline that had not previously been charted     published in two folio volumes between 1756 and
      Natural ochres have been used by Glen Namundja to                                                                             by Matthew Flinders. He later published some of his           1765. Note that the Prime Meridian is based on Paris.
                                                                     Terrestrial hand globe by Newton & Son London
      tell the story of the Nawakadji brothers of Yirrkardadayi                                                                     findings in Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and    Purchased from Old Church Galleries
      (Cooper’s Creek region). Using the cross-hatching                                                                             Western Coasts of Australia, 1824. After being promoted
                                                                     At just 70 mm in diameter, this small globe was a highly                                                                     A chart of the Straits of Magellan, 1773
      technique known as rarrk, the painting portrays the death                                                                     to Commander he spent five years surveying the coast
                                                                     portable accessory illustrating the geography of the                                                                         Published in Hawkesworth’s Voyages, this chart shows
      of the older brother by a kinga (saltwater crocodile) while                                                                   of the Straits of Magellan in charge of the vessels HMS
                                                                     world. The Newton family was among the leading English                                                                       the routes of British explorers Byron, Wallis and Carteret
      the younger brother cares for his sister-in-law by the river                                                                  Adventure and HMS Beagle. In later life he held the
                                                                     globe-makers of the early 19th century, producing floor-                                                                     through the tortuous Strait of Magellan. By contrast
      bank, subsequently making her his wife. Purchased from                                                                        position of commissioner of the Australian Agricultural
                                                                     standing, table, pocket and hand globes. Purchased from                                                                      to these explorers, Cook entered the Pacific by sailing
      Mossenson Galleries                                                                                                           Company. Shortly before his death in 1856 he was
                                                                     Small & Whitfield Auctions                                                                                                   around Cape Horn, cutting many weeks off his passage to
                                                                                                                                    appointed Rear Admiral on the retired list. Purchased
      Mimi Hunting Kinga, Bruce Nabegeyo, 2008                                                                                                                                                    Tahiti. Purchased from Old Church Galleries
                                                                                                                                    from Bonhams & Goodman
      The artist has painted a story of mimi spirits hunting a        Trophies, medals, stamps, coins
      kinga (saltwater crocodile). It took two days for the mimis                                                                   William Bligh’s signet ring                                   Account of a voyage on the convict transport Pilot,
      to track and kill the kinga, after which they butchered it     A collection of memorabilia relating to the swimming           This gold ring, with an engraved classical profile on a       1816
      and carried the meat in their djerrk (dilly bags), made from   career of Linda McGill consisting of 77 items                  heliotrope stone, was originally owned by William Bligh.      This diary was written by Mrs Pexton, who accompanied
      pandanus fibre, back to camp to share with everyone. The       including medals, trophies, scrapbooks, Olympic and            The ring was gifted to George Suttor by Bligh’s daughters,    her husband Captain Pexton onboard the convict
      kinga is a highly respected and feared animal that has         Commonwealth team blazers, Olympic Games swimming              Fanny and Jane, after their father’s death. George Suttor     transport Pilot, travelling from Cork, Ireland, to Sydney.
      significance as a food source and a totem to many binninj      robes, scrapbooks, photographs and magazines                   was a prominent supporter of Bligh during the 1808 Rum        The ship held 120 male convicts and their guard, and
      (Aboriginal people) in western Arnhem Land. Purchased          In a swimming career that spanned four decades Linda           Rebellion in Sydney, and in 1810 returned to England with     Mrs Pexton’s journal provides an informative, witty and
      from Mossenson Galleries                                       McGill (1945–) pioneered women’s long-distance                 Bligh to give evidence in the court martial of Major George   insightful account of their seven-month-long voyage.
                                                                     swimming and produced championship performances in             Johnston of the NSW Corps. The ring was purchased in its      Purchased from Patrick McGahern Books Inc
      Kinga Hunting, Bruce Nabegeyo, 2008                            the pool at local club, state, national and international      original case, along with a letter of provenance written by   Paper-based material related to Pacific Island
      Using natural ochres on Arches paper the artist has            meets. She represented Australia at the 1962 British           Fanny Bligh. Purchased from Sotheby’s Australia               missionary activity
      painted a kinga (saltwater crocodile) hunting a namarnkol      Empire and Commonwealth Games in Perth where she
      (barramundi). The kinga is often painted with djen (fish),                                                                                                                                  The work of the European and American Missionary
                                                                     won gold, silver and bronze medals, and at the Tokyo                                                                         Societies in general and John Williams from the
      its chief diet. Kinga are estuarine reptiles and though they   Olympic Games in 1964. This comprehensive collection
      are described as saltwater crocodiles, they are frequently                                                                                                                                  London Missionary Society in particular led to a greater
                                                                     of medals, photos, team uniforms and scrapbooks not                                                                          understanding of the potential for trade and colonisation
      found in billabongs and freshwater rivers throughout           only documents a remarkable swimming career in the
      western Arnhem Land. Purchased from Mossenson                                                                                                                                               in the Pacific. The missionaries believed they had a duty
                                                                     pool but also covers McGill’s open water long-distance                                                                       to evangelise and civilise the Pacific Region, which would
      Galleries                                                      achievements. Purchased from Noble Numismatics                                                                               not only save souls and make travel safer but would also
      Kinga and Burrar, Bruce Nabegeyo, 2008                         Pty Ltd                                                                                                                      lead to greater trade. One of the first tasks attempted
      Using natural ochres on Arches paper the artist tells a                                                                                                                                     by a missionary propagating the Christian faith in the
      story from creation time. The two reptiles in this painting                                                                                                                                 region was the translation of the King James Bible and
      were originally human – two Nbulanj skin (subsection)                                                                                                                                       other religious tracts, such as hymnals and prayer books,
      brothers – and the country of the story is Marburrlh, at                                                                                                                                    into the language of the islanders, and the subsequent
      the mouth of the Moss River in central Arnhem Land.                                                                                                                                         printing of these items – usually on small portable
      Purchased from Mossenson Galleries                                                                                                                                                          printing presses – by the missionaries and their helpers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Purchased from Josef Lebovic Gallery
116                                                                                                                                                                                                   04 appendixes 04 donors to the national maritime collection   117

                                                                                                                                 Joseph Caruana                                              engineer officer to the Australian Fleet from 1954 to
appendix 04                                                                                                                      A ‘No 2’ baling hook                                        1956, during which time he was appointed captain. Dine
                                                                                                                                 The baling hook was the signature tool of wharf             then became the general manager of the HMA Naval
donors to the national maritime collection                                                                                       labourers, who took pride in their quality. This hook was
                                                                                                                                 used by Joseph Caruana as a wharf labourer during
                                                                                                                                                                                             Dockyard in Williamstown, Victoria, a position that he held
                                                                                                                                                                                             from 1957 until his retirement in 1961.
                                                                                                                                 the 1950s and beyond, and was made to order by a
                                                                                                                                                                                             Douglas Drummond
                                                                                                                                 manufacturer at Millers Point. The hooks were produced
                                                                                                                                                                                             Volunteer Coastal Patrol memorabilia
                                                                                                                                 in four sizes.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Robert P R Drummond was a member of the Volunteer
                                                                                                                                 John Chesworth                                              Coastal Patrol and was owner and skipper of Talasea
                                                                                                                                 Glass carafe                                                in the 1950s, participating in many patrols with fellow
       Donations 2007–08                                            Susan Bridie                                                 This carafe, with original cork, came from SS Oronsay       members. This memorabilia dates from his service with
                                                                    Souvenir scarf from the seventh British Empire and           and dates from the 1950s. It enhances the museum’s          the VCP.
      John Barber                                                   Commonwealth Games, Perth, 1962
      Original patterns for ironwork on HMB Endeavour gun                                                                        collection of badged crockery from the Orient Line and is
                                                                    This souvenir scarf represents the sports and competing                                                                  Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands
      carriages                                                                                                                  a memento of the culture of drinking and fine dining on
                                                                    nations at the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth                                                                      Duyfken Aboriginal Print Portfolio
      Following the 1969 recovery of six cannon, originally                                                                      ocean liners.
                                                                    Games. It was purchased by Angela Costin, the mother of                                                                  The Duyfken Aboriginal Print Portfolio was commissioned
      jettisoned by Cook on Endeavour Reef in 1770, the             the donor Susan Bridie, who competed as a member of          Joe Collins                                                 recently by the Embassy of the Kingdom of The
      Australian Government Department of Shipping and              the Australian swimming squad.                               Posters, cards and T-shirt relating to Free West Papua      Netherlands as a limited edition print portfolio to
      Transport arranged for conservation to be carried out by                                                                   movement                                                    commemorate 400 years of Dutch contact with Australia,
      Defence Standards Laboratories (DSL) at Maribyrnong           Dale Budd                                                    This material was produced by Australian supporters         and to acknowledge the special role of Aboriginal peoples
      in Melbourne. These wooden patterns were used to cast         A collection of P&O ephemera and promotional material        following the arrival of 43 asylum seekers from West        of Australia in these early contacts with the Dutch.
      metal parts for the replica gun carriages constructed to      This collection includes promotional banners, advertising    Papua in an outrigger canoe in January 2006. It adds
      mount the conserved Endeavour cannon.                         material, ship schedules and fares and media articles.                                                                   Roy Foster
                                                                                                                                 to the museum’s collection of material exploring
                                                                    The highly displayable material complements the                                                                          Volunteer Coastal Patrol memorabilia
      Captain J F T Bayliss rn (Rtd)                                                                                             experiences of people arriving by boat without visas
                                                                    museum’s extensive P&O collection, with the colourful                                                                    The Volunteer Coastal Patrol, now the oldest voluntary
      Circular dish with crest of HMAS Australia I in centre with                                                                in the last decade, and the response of the Australian
                                                                    advertising material in particular capturing the exotic                                                                  sea rescue organisation in Australia, was established on
      ship motto ‘Endeavour’, engraved 1916–17                                                                                   Government and public to seaborne asylum seekers.
                                                                    delights of travel in the Pacific.                                                                                       27 March 1937. It evolved out of discussions between
      On 4 October 1913 HMAS Australia was the flagship                                                                          CMDR Peter Collins am rfd qc                                Royal Navy Captain Maurice Blackwood, Harold Nobbs
      leading the first Australian Fleet Unit into Port Jackson,    Barbara Butchart                                             Desert pattern camouflage uniform used by CMDR Peter        and Bill Giles, who believed that an organisation of
      hailed as the most powerful fighting ship ever to have        Volunteer Coastal Patrol (VCP) material                      Collins am rfd qc in Iraq                                   volunteer yachtsmen would be beneficial in a country
      entered Sydney Harbour. During its relatively short career,   This material belonged to Ian Douglas Watt, a member of      CMDR Peter Collins AM RFD QC has held many positions        with a 12,000 nautical mile coastline. This material
      Australia was involved in many defence activities and         the Volunteer Coastal Patrol, which was established on       in politics as well as leadership within the Australian     documents some of the uniforms worn by members of
      held off German attack on Australian cities and shipping      27 March 1937 and is now the oldest voluntary sea            Defence Force. He was deployed to Iraq from 24 July         the VCP.
      during World War I. It was scuttled 24 miles east of          rescue organisation in Australia. Watt bought the vessel     to 18 October 2007 as team leader of the Australian
      Sydney on 12 April 1924.                                      Heron on 21 October 1960, and was commanding officer                                                                     Richard Good
                                                                                                                                 Contribution to Law and Order Task Force working to
                                                                    26 July 1956 to 5 December 1957, serving a total of over                                                                 Orient Line publicity poster depicting RMS Orion
      Mark Bethwaite                                                                                                             assist with the restoration and enhancement of the Iraqi
                                                                    30 years for the VCP.                                                                                                    This framed lithograph by well-known British maritime
      Official Munich Olympics sporting posters for yachting,                                                                    legal services.
                                                                                                                                                                                             artist Charles Turner depicts the RMS Orion off Cape
      swimming and canoe slalom                                     Mitchell Cameron                                             Defence Public Affairs, Western Australia                   Guardafui. The poster depicts the vessel against an
      These posters were designed by Otl Aicher (1922–1991),        Maritime Services Board metal sign                           Decommissioning booklet of HMAS Adelaide II,                exotic backdrop, emphasising the majesty of the vessel
      principal graphic designer for the Munich Olympics, and       This sign from the old Circular Quay passenger terminal in   19 January 2008                                             and the enticements of travel abroad. Highly displayable,
      were used as aesthetic directional signage for the various    Sydney details the penalty for anyone who threw objects      This booklet is from the decommissioning ceremony           it enhances the museum’s collection of shipping posters.
      sports venues. The visual icons representing each sport       other than paper streamers from the wharf. The sign          for the Royal Australian Navy missile frigate HMAS
      became an international language to replace German,           references the cherished ritual of throwing streamers                                                                    Carl Halvorsen
                                                                                                                                 Adelaide II, held on 19 January 2008 at Fleet Base West
      English and French language signs, and smaller scale          from departing vessels, a practice that was eventually                                                                   Broad axe (about 1909) and photograph (1910s)
                                                                                                                                 (HMAS Stirling), Western Australia.
      posters were produced for sale to the general public.         prohibited.                                                                                                              This broad axe was used by several generations of the
                                                                                                                                 Bruce Denley                                                Halvorsen boatbuilding family. Lars Halvorsen brought
      Ruth Boydell                                                  Steven Carruthers                                            Volunteer Coastal Patrol material                           it from America to Norway in the 1910s and then took it
      A T-shirt worn by activist Ruth Boydell                       Voice interviews relating to the World War II Japanese       Bruce Denley was a member of the Volunteer Coastal          to South Africa and on to Australia in the 1920s. As his
      Ruth Boydell was the key organiser of the 2004 Flotilla       midget submarine attack on Sydney Harbour                    Patrol and was present at the plaque-laying ceremony in     sons became apprentices in the family business they
      of Hope to Nauru, which campaigned for human rights           Lieutenant Reginald T Andrew was responsible for             1957 at Lion Island, Broken Bay.                            also learned to use this axe. Carl Halvorsen used the axe
      for asylum seekers. The T-shirt features a cartoon            destroying Lieutenant Matsuo’s midget submarine I-22.                                                                    to shape the mast for Kathleen Gillett during the vessel’s
      commenting on the Tampa incident of 2001 and                  At the age of 32, having completed six weeks of training     Patrick Dine
                                                                                                                                                                                             restoration at the Halvorsen boatyard at Bobbin head,
      contributes to the museum’s collection of material            at Flinders Naval base in Victoria, he joined the channel    Collection of memorabilia relating to Captain L N Dine
                                                                                                                                                                                             Sydney, 1989–91. The 1910s photograph shows the
      capturing contemporary immigration debates and the            patrol boat HMAS Sea Mist two days before the attack.        Captain Leonard Norman Dine, RAN, was a midshipman
                                                                                                                                                                                             waterfront at Arendal in Southern Norway, with a motor
      public’s responses of those supporting and opposing                                                                        in 1929, a sub-lieutenant in 1932, lieutenant in 1933
                                                                                                                                                                                             launch in the foreground built by Lars Halvorsen at his
      government policies.                                                                                                       and lieutenant-commander in 1941 serving aboard
                                                                                                                                                                                             boatyard at Helle on the Nid River.
                                                                                                                                 HMA ships Perth, Nepal, Shropshire and Bataan. In
                                                                                                                                 1947, he became a commander and during 1950 was
                                                                                                                                 department director, naval construction and naval liaison
                                                                                                                                 staff London. Dine was an engineer officer aboard HMS
                                                                                                                                 Vengeance from 1950 to 1953 and acting captain fleet
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      Patricia Henjel                                               Jean Lederer                                                  E J Merewether                                                NSW Department of Primary Industries, Cronulla
      Three glass globe floats and one fishing net                  Receipt for flowers delivered to Mrs Regina Roberts on        Baggage labels and stickers from the New Zealand              Fisheries Research Centre
      The glass floats and net are thought to have been used        board a P&O Liner (1954)                                      Shipping Company                                              A collection of objects relating to fisheries research and
      for fishing around Sydney during the mid-20th century.        This receipt illustrates 20th-century cruising culture.       These labels belonged to Hope Merewether, who voyaged         management in New South Wales
      Floats of this type have since been replaced by more          During the 20th century family and friends were able to       on the Rangitane in 1965, and add to the museum’s rich        Collection comprising a fish aggregating device used
      modern devices.                                               send mail, gifts and flowers to passengers voyaging on        collection from the New Zealand Shipping Company.             to encourage fish to congregate in an area; otoliths
                                                                    ocean liners via scheduled ports of call, thus maintaining    The labels are in the shape of the New Zealand emblem –       (earbones) from seven species of fish, used to determine
      Harold Herman
                                                                    links with home.                                              a silver fern – and clearly reflect the origin of the ship.   fish ages; sections of otoliths mounted in microscopic
      Pewter tankard engraved ‘RMS Queen Mary’ awarded
                                                                                                                                                                                                slides and resin; various fish tags used to collect data;
      to Harold Herman, who voyaged on the vessel from              Clive Longstaff                                               Campbell Middleton
                                                                                                                                                                                                and a Pueruli collector, used to harvest larval rock
      Southampton to New York in 1938                               Orient Line ephemera collected from former employees          Volunteer Coastal Patrol material
      Sixteen-year-old Harold won the tankard in a competition      This material collected by Clive Longstaff from a number      Fred Middleton was the owner and skipper of Seaway,
      diving for pennies in the ship’s pool. Deck games             of former Orient Line employees includes Orient Line          which was part of the Volunteer Coastal Patrol. Fred          Robert Leslie Rose
      and competitions were crucial for encouraging social          promotional booklets, badged crockery and souvenirs,          served a number of years patrolling Sydney Harbour with       Prisoner-of-war diary of merchant seaman Robert Lionel
      interaction and relieving boredom on long sea voyages.        Orient Line accommodation plans and a bound book              the VCP. Fred’s son, Campbell, has a great interest in the    Aloysius Rose, 1941–45
      The trophy augments the museum’s collection relating to       of Orient Line cables and letters between London and          history of the patrol and has gathered information from       A manuscript account of the experiences of Robert Rose
      shipboard entertainment.                                      Sydney (1882). David Dickinson’s memorabilia, related         various sources.                                              (1917–1989) during World War II. It describes the sinking
                                                                    to his career as a purser in the 1950s, provides a                                                                          of his ship, the Mareeba, by a German raider in the Indian
      Peter Illidge                                                                                                               Anu Mihkelson
                                                                    fascinating snapshot of the life of an Orient Line purser.                                                                  Ocean in June 1941, his eight months as a prisoner at
      Walking stick of Captain William Collin (1834–1914)                                                                         Mementos relating to the Mihkelson family’s migration
                                                                    The material is particularly strong in illustrating Orient                                                                  sea on two German ships and a German submarine,
      The stick is turned wood with four bands of pearl shell                                                                     from Estonia to Australia via Sweden in 1948
                                                                    Line operations, ship design, promotion and marketing.                                                                      his imprisonment in a prisoner-of-war camp in Germany
      inlay. Captain William Collin was a well-known salvage                                                                      This colourful collection includes books, photographs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                until his release in 1945 and his transfer to England
      operator and shipbreaker and is regarded as a pioneer of      Gina Macarthur-Onslow                                         personal and household objects, jewellery, documents,
                                                                                                                                                                                                before repatriation to Australia. The 113-page account
      the Queensland coastal and river trade. One of his most       An album of photographs and illustrations of ships of the     tools, textiles and clothes. It is significant as an almost
                                                                                                                                                                                                is written with pen and ink in a Wartime Log for British
      notable achievements was marking the passage through          period 1850s–1930s                                            complete representation of what one family managed
                                                                                                                                                                                                Prisoners provided by the War Prisoners’ Aid of the YMCA
      the Torres Strait for the Queensland Government. The          The contents comprise mostly photographic prints,             to pack when they left a homeland. The objects and
                                                                                                                                                                                                in Geneva. It also contains snapshots of Robert Rose’s
      walking stick adds to the museum’s collection of material     both sepia and black and white, as well as published          photographs reflect a rich culture and tell the fascinating
                                                                                                                                                                                                wife and family, sent to him at the prison camp, and
      relating to Captain Collin.                                   postcards, photographs produced for sale and                  story of an Estonian family’s migration to Australia.
                                                                                                                                                                                                meticulous records of Rugby Union, cricket and athletics
                                                                    pictures cut from books or magazines. There are a few
      Laurie Jackson                                                                                                              Brian Morgan                                                  matches and competitions held in the camp, which he
                                                                    photographs of seamen, a photograph of C Dickson
      Model of Halvorsen-built motor cruiser                                                                                      Volunteer Coastal Patrol memorabilia                          was active in organising.
                                                                    Gregory at the helm of the Cutty Sark, scenes on board
      This model was made by Harry Jackson in the 1930s.                                                                          Arthur Morgan was Officer Commanding of the VCP from
                                                                    the ship Beatrice in the course of a voyage, and group                                                                      Sea Power Centre Australia
      He worked for Lars Halvorsen Sons Pty Ltd during World                                                                      1941 to 1943 and was twice winner of the Miramar
                                                                    photographs of Port Phillip tugmasters in 1928 and                                                                          Collection of cloth badges from Royal Australian Navy’s
      War II and was responsible for managing the painters at                                                                     Shield in 1948 and 1949. Arthur was owner and skipper
                                                                    members of the Victorian Shiplovers’ Society in 1930.                                                                       (RAN) service in the Middle East 2006–07
      the boatyards. This wooden model reflects the classic                                                                       of the Ancyra and later bought Vagabond, which was
                                                                                                                                                                                                Operation Iraqi Freedom includes the support of 23
      Halvorsen style of elegant lines, its flared bow and white    Russell MacDougall                                            renamed Wanderer II in the mid-1950s.
                                                                                                                                                                                                countries working together to support rehabilitation
      raised deck hull contrasted with varnished cabin sides        Aneroid barometer
                                                                                                                                  Joyce Muir                                                    and reconstruction efforts in Southern Iraq and to
      and trim. It was restored in 2004 by the model maker’s        The aneroid barometer was first introduced in the 1840s
                                                                                                                                  Handwritten diary of Sgt J G Campbell aboard                  provide force security. These cloth badges unofficially
      son, Laurie, who also worked for Lars Halvorsen Son’s Pty     and served as an early means of forecasting weather.
                                                                                                                                  HMAT Khyber                                                   commemorate the efforts of these countries. The
      Ltd in the mid-1970s.                                         By the mid to late 19th century barometers were very
                                                                                                                                  Sgt John Gordon Campbell, service number 1478, served         collection includes badges from the frigate USS
                                                                    common, with production relatively low cost. When
      Val King                                                                                                                    in the 4th Battalion. On his return voyage from Liverpool     Underwood, deployed to the Persian Gulf at the same
                                                                    used in combination with observations, they provided
      Four 35 mm transparencies of Sydney hydrofoils, 1970s                                                                       home to Sydney onboard troopship HMAT Khyber,                 time as HMAS Toowoomba; a cloth badge from the
                                                                    a reasonably accurate short-term weather forecast.
      These slides show hydrofoils undergoing maintenance                                                                         Campbell kept a daily diary detailing life on board.          frigate USS Underwood, honouring Captain Gordon White
                                                                    This barometer was presented to Captain McRea of the
      and a floating crane near Berrys Bay in the 1970s, and                                                                      Some of the events he wrote about include two cases of        Underwood, who received three Navy Crosses for his
                                                                    Saxonia by Captain Henry Burns to commemorate his first
      were taken by Albert Groom of Groom Engineering.                                                                            smallpox, resulting in vaccinations of all on board, and      highly successful submarine combat patrols in the Pacific
                                                                    visit to Broughton Island, 23 August 1873. The Saxonia
      Hydrofoils were an integral part of Sydney Harbour’s                                                                        the strikes at Fremantle, Western Australia, upon coming      during World War II; badges given to those who were part
                                                                    (ex-Columbia; ex-Sirius) was operating as a collier at the
      public transport system for over 20 years. The Manly,                                                                       into port.                                                    of the Multi-National Corps-Iraq, part of the Multi-National
                                                                    time. Prior to this the vessel serviced trade between
      depicted in two of the images, was Australia’s first                                                                                                                                      Force-Iraq, coloured in the same desert tones as their
                                                                    England and Holland and, after arriving in Australia in the   Joan Murray
      commercial hydrofoil.                                                                                                                                                                     Iraq camouflage uniforms; unofficial badges worn by
                                                                    1860s, spent four years as a passenger ship.                  Badged liqueur glasses and tumblers from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                some Australians in the Middle East Area of Operations
      Rene Le Platrier                                                                                                            MV Kanimbla
                                                                    Roger Mawby                                                                                                                 communicating to locals the country of origin of the
      Volunteer Coastal Patrol material                                                                                           These nine liqueur glasses and tumblers are etched with
                                                                    World War I service medals of Leading Seaman                                                                                defence force serving in countries like Afghanistan and
      Material from Les Platrier, a member of the Volunteer                                                                       the words ‘M M Line’ (McIllwraith McEacharn) and the
                                                                    Albert Best                                                                                                                 Iraq.
      Coastal Patrol, from his time patrolling Sydney Harbour                                                                     company’s crest. The stylish tableware reflects both the
                                                                    Albert Best served in the Royal Australian Navy during
      during World War II.                                                                                                        opulence of this particular vessel and the 20th-century       Sea Power Centre Australia
                                                                    World War I on transfer from the British Royal Navy.
                                                                                                                                  trend in coastal shipping towards greater passenger           Memorabilia from Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) service
                                                                                                                                  comfort. They are a significant addition to the museum’s      in the Middle East 2006–07
                                                                                                                                  collection of MV Kanimbla material.                           During 816 Squadron’s deployment in 2007, Flight 5 was
                                                                                                                                                                                                deployed on HMAS Toowoomba to the Middle East Area
                                                                                                                                                                                                of Operations.
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      Sea Power Centre Australia                                    Air Vice-Marshal Bruce Short am rfd (Rtd)                     Sydney Training Depot Snapper Island Limited                  Gea Waalkens
      Memorabilia from Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) service        The Surgeon-General John White Medal for Service to           Historic objects from the Len E Forsyth collection at         Ephemera relating to voyages on various Sitmar liners
      in the Middle East 2006–07                                    Health in its Many Forms                                      Snapper Island                                                including the Castel Felice, Fairsea and Fairsky between
      The RAN Logistic Support Element Middle East Unit’s           This medal is in recognition of the exceptional work          This diverse collection includes a figurehead from the        1956 and 1964
      primary tasks involve the movement of stores, mail,           carried out by the Australian Defence Force Health            sailing ship Gwrtheyrn Castle, from about the 1870s;          This material comprises menus, information booklets,
      spare parts and personnel. The unit has been based            Services throughout its history, in commemoration of the      a bow decoration from the barque Daniel, about 1890s;         embarkation notices, cabin plans, postcards, playing
      in the Middle East since the first Gulf War to provide        first Surgeon-General to Australia, Surgeon John White        a bow carving from the yacht Galatea, owned by Staunton       cards and shipboard newsletters. It provides a
      logistic support and resources to sustain RAN units and       RN. The medal was designed by medallist, numismatist,         Spain, about 1860s; an oil painting of ASN auxiliary          comprehensive selection of souvenirs from Sitmar liners,
      detachments on operational assignment to the Middle           historian and the first Reserve Surgeon-General of the        steamship SS Ocean, about 1878; a watercolour painting        filling a gap in the museum collection and providing
      East Area of Operations. These badges recognise the           ADF, Major General John Pearn am rfd.                         by G F Gregory of SS Burrumbeet, about 1885–90; a             fascinating glimpses into the ways in which Sitmar
      work continuously given by a dedicated team.                                                                                ship’s wash stand, containing a ceramic basin in the top      passengers utilised their time at sea.
                                                                    David Spring-Brown
                                                                                                                                  compartment and a copper bucket in the base; a large
      Sea Power Centre Australia                                    Papers and medals of master mariner Captain John                                                                            Robert Walsh
                                                                                                                                  lignum vitae belaying pin from the Japanese training ship
      Force Level Logistic Activity patches                         Frederick Spring-Brown, 1872–1942                                                                                           Manuscript report on the sinking of MV Macdhui and
                                                                                                                                  Nippon Maru 1930s–1980s; a pair of dead-eyes (blocks
      The Force Level Logistic Activity is a small contingent       A collection of photographs, documents, journals and                                                                        photograph of Pamir
                                                                                                                                  for running rigging) with ropes and metal shackles, ex-
      situated in the Middle East, an organisation of about         medals arising from the maritime career of Captain Spring                                                                   The report to the ship owner Burns Philp, written by
                                                                                                                                  sailing ship; a pair of handmade boat gripes, for securing
      40 personnel who are responsible for providing a range of     Brown (also called Spring-Brown), 1872–1942, and                                                                            A E Walsh, an engineer, is a detailed eyewitness account
                                                                                                                                  a boat in davits to a ship; a stretcher made of split cane,
      services to all the Australian force elements in Iraq and     his father William Brown (1832–1987). The collection                                                                        of the bombing of the Macdhui by the Japanese in Port
                                                                                                                                  rope and hessian, with canvas straps and buckles, for
      Kuwait. These badges are worn by personnel assigned to        includes manuscript journals of voyages of the Mokoia                                                                       Moresby Harbour in 1942. The photograph shows the
                                                                                                                                  lifting an injured person from situations such as a ship’s
      the FLLA in Kuwait.                                           as a troopship in 1916 and the Willochra, repatriating                                                                      Pamir under full sail off South Head, Sydney in 1947.
                                                                                                                                  hold, used by Associated Steamships Ltd, about 1960s;
                                                                    German prisoners and internees in 1919; a framed                                                                            Pamir was one of the last commercial sailing ships to
      Sea Power Centre Australia                                                                                                  a boat’s lead line; six turned wooden rungs for a rope
                                                                    portrait photograph of Captain Spring Brown; a set of                                                                       carry cargo into Sydney.
      Desert camouflage and ephemera relating to Operation                                                                        ladder; a cast brass builder’s plate from the pilot boat
                                                                    medals and ribbons comprising the British War Medal
      Slipper 2001/2002                                                                                                           Captain Cook, engraved ‘MORT’S DOCK & ENGINEERING             Ian Douglas Watt
                                                                    1914–18, Mercantile Marine Medal 1914–18 and George
      Lieutenant Commander Joe Straczek RANR was deployed                                                                         CO. LD. /Engineers and Shipbuilders /1893/ Ship No. 28        Volunteer Coastal Patrol material
                                                                    V Silver Jubilee Medal 1935; his apprenticeship indenture
      for historical duties for six months on Operation Slipper,                                                                  Engines No. 222/ SYDNEY’; and a new boat’s lead line,         Doug Watt was a member of the Volunteer Coastal
                                                                    of 1888; certificates, discharges and other professional
      Australia’s commitment to the international coalition                                                                       made by David Glasson.                                        Patrol and bought Heron on 21 October 1960. He was
      against terrorism. LCDR Straczek’s deployment aboard                                                                                                                                      commanding officer 26 July 1956 to 5 December 1957
                                                                                                                                  June D Townsend
      HMAS Kanimbla (II) from November 2001 to April 2002           Helen Stevenson                                                                                                             and served a total of over 30 years for the VCP.
                                                                                                                                  Medical report from the RMS Aorangi March 1953
      was part of his continuous full-time service in the Navy      Papers relating to the repatriation of Krait to Australia
                                                                                                                                  This medical report written by the ship surgeon
      Reserves.                                                     The collection contains documents and articles                                                                               Donations 2006–07
                                                                                                                                  AW Mobbs regarding accidents on the Canadian–
                                                                    from Steve Stevenson relating to raising funds and
      Sea Power Centre Australia                                                                                                  Australasian Line vessel the RMS Aorangi in March
                                                                    transporting the World War II commando raider Krait from                                                                    Donations approved 1 July 2006–30 June 2007, but
      Operation Falconer and Operation Iraqi Freedom                                                                              1953 provides an insight into the illnesses and physical
                                                                    Borneo to Australia.                                                                                                        omitted from the 2006–07 annual report of the Australian
      medallion                                                                                                                   tribulations of an ocean voyage. Seasickness, the effects
                                                                                                                                                                                                National Maritime Museum.
      This medallion commemorates Operation Falconer                Christine Stewart                                             of tropical heat and storms, and ailments picked up in
      and Operation Iraqi Freedom, created to enforce Iraq’s        Charles Keith Stewart collection of rowing memorabilia        exotic ports of call shaped the experience of passenger       Warwick Abadee
      compliance with its international obligations to disarm,      This collection of rowing memorabilia documents the           travel last century and shipping companies were obliged       Royal Interocean Lines company plaque
      and forming Australia’s contribution to the coalition of      history of the Sydney Rowing Club and its role in sending     to provide hospital facilities and appropriate medical        The round bronze plaque, about 400 mm in diameter,
      military forces. As part of these operations, HMAS Anzac      the Australian Eights crew to participate at the Olympic      personnel.                                                    is embossed with the name Royal Interocean Lines, the
      provided naval gunfire support at Al Faw Peninsula, Iraq,     Games in Stockholm and the Royal Henley Regatta                                                                             company insignia and the interlocked initials RIL. It was
                                                                                                                                  Mike Veness
      on 21–22 March 2003.                                          in 1912. The collection consists of photographs,                                                                            fixed to the wall of the company’s office building in Sydney
                                                                                                                                  Four glass plate negatives of Queen Mary and Queen
                                                                    certificates, correspondence and a scrapbook of news                                                                        in the 1960s and 1970s.
      Sea Power Centre Australia                                                                                                  Elizabeth during World War II in Sydney Harbour
                                                                    clippings relating to the organisation of the tour and crew
      Taree – The Manning Valley postcards                                                                                        During World War II, passenger ships like Cunard’s            Ruth Barnes
                                                                    performance, and also includes letters of congratulation.
      These postcards were sent to Australians in the MEAO                                                                        Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth were transformed               William Palmer Leeder Collection
                                                                    It provides a unique insight into the complexity and
      (Middle East Area of Operations) by the Manning                                                                             for the use of the war effort. The ships were painted         Effects of merchant seaman William Palmer Leeder
                                                                    triumphs of Australian rowers competing abroad in 1912.
      Supports Troops committee from the Manning Valley,                                                                          grey and transported troops and prisoners of war.             (1901–1993): seven large photographs taken by William
      Taree.                                                        Sydney Training Depot Snapper Island Limited                  Both ships crossed paths at Sydney Harbour Heads on           Leeder on board sailing ships in which he sailed; a
                                                                    Brown glazed ceramic radio insulators from HMAS Sydney I      9 April 1941, an event attracting thousands of onlookers      quantity of documents including discharges, pay records,
      Phillip Sharp
                                                                    HMAS Sydney I was the first of four Australian naval ships    from the foreshore. These glass plate negatives captured      membership books, union cards, certificates, letters,
      Scrapbooks documenting the swimming career of
                                                                    to carry the name. It won the public’s respect during         the spectacle.                                                references, newspaper cuttings and other ephemeral
      Linda McGill
                                                                    World War I when it successfully defeated the German                                                                        items; and a set of unused fearnought protective clothing,
      These scrapbooks were compiled between 1961 and
                                                                    raider SMS Emden in a sea battle off the Cocos-Keeling                                                                      comprising pants, coat and mitts. The material is part of
      1968 by Winifred Sharp (1915–1988), the mother of
                                                                    Islands.                                                                                                                    a larger collection of William Leeder’s effects, the rest of
      Judith Sharp and a school friend of Linda McGill. After
                                                                                                                                                                                                which was offered by Mrs Maisie Bissett.
      the death of her own mother in 1963, McGill lived with
      the Sharp family for a time, after which she regularly
      corresponded with them, sending photographs,
      postcards and other mementoes of her travels and
      swimming career.
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      Bunbury Historical Society                                    Hilda Farquhar-Smith                                          MBF Australia Ltd                                             certificates and documents, navigational notes, hand-
      Bell from SS Waratah 1874                                     Papers of Captain Burnham Walker Dun                          A framed lithograph                                           drawn charts and maps, records of shipping operations in
      A brass ship’s bell inscribed ‘SS WARATAH 1874’ on one        Documents relating to the career of master mariner            The Port of Hobart: the Finest Deep-Water Port in             World War II, records of pilotage service and a large range
      side and ‘HALL, RUSSELL & CO/ ABERDEEN /ENGINEERS             Captain Burnham Walker Dun, 1920s–1980s, comprising           Australasia, 1912 depicting a map of the Port of Hobart       of photographs and personal letters.
      & SHIPBUILDERS’ on the other side. SS Waratah, built          a transcript of a diary kept while a prisoner of war in       and wharf locations enclosed in an oval cartouche,
                                                                                                                                                                                                Charles Shand
      in Scotland in 1874, was owned by the Waratah Coal            Japan from 1942 to1945 and other papers relating to his       surrounded by panels listing Hobart port improvements,
                                                                                                                                                                                                A set of maritime survival equipment, about 1970s
      Company of Sydney and carried coal on the NSW coast           imprisonment; correspondence relating to his wartime          principal wharves, shipping and trade statistics, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                Comprising a two-piece yellow rubber raft survival suit
      until 1887, when it was driven ashore and wrecked while       entitlements; voyage reports written by Captain Dun on        numerous advertisements for Tasmanian companies.
                                                                                                                                                                                                with attached hood and boots, folding into a yellow
      loading coal in a gale at North Bulli wharf. The crew         E & A ships 1941–67; reports of five rescues at sea           Printed by The Daily Telegraph Litho, Launceston
                                                                                                                                                                                                canvas bag which functions as a hood when unfolded,
      escaped in baskets on lines slung from the mast top to        carried out by Captain Dun between 1953 and 1966;             Tasmania and published as a supplement to the Daily
                                                                                                                                                                                                a canister of distress flares, a printed rescue signal table
      the beach. The next day the fittings and movables were        reports of typhoons; reports on unusual ports or port         Telegraph, 30 October 1912.
                                                                                                                                                                                                and an emergency fishing kit with printed advice
      taken off by the same means. The bell was presumably          conditions 1948–61 in New Guinea, Pacific Islands,
                                                                                                                                  Robert Laurence McKilliam                                     for survival.
      retrieved at this time.                                       Japan and USSR; reports of casualties and accidents
                                                                                                                                  Twelve items relating to the career of Captain Robert
                                                                    1948–66; miscellaneous documents, photographs and                                                                           Jack Slattery
      Pamela Burden                                                                                                               Basil Vincent McKilliam, 1880s–1906
                                                                    other items relating to shipboard administration and                                                                        Booklet Lifeboat Drill by J Homes, Sydney, 1933
      Two World War II badges                                                                                                     Comprising a notebook, five pocket diaries, Aberdeen
                                                                    Captain Dun’s employment.                                                                                                   Instructional text produced for ‘those intending to present
      Two painted tin badges dating from World War II, one                                                                        Line standing orders for shipmasters, a wages account
                                                                                                                                                                                                themselves for Lifeboat Efficiency Certificates’.
      lettered ‘Merchant Navy Day 6d’ (six pence), with an          James Fletcher                                                dated 1884, and other ephemeral documents. These
      image of a steamship at sea in blue, white and black.         Fletcher family maritime records                              records add to the existing McKilliam Family Collection.      Paul and Tracey Sperotto
      The other shows a white anchor on a blue ground               Manuscript records from Fletcher and Drake Shipbuilding,                                                                    Three paper items relating to Australian coastal shipping,
                                                                                                                                  Joyce Muir
      encircled in red, with the lettering ‘6d Sailors’ Day’.       Balmain, comprising a time book listing hours worked                                                                        about 1950s
                                                                                                                                  Four seaman’s certificates issued to merchant seaman
                                                                    and wages paid for employees, from 13 November 1913                                                                         Comprising an accommodation plan of Adelaide
      Mrs Conroy                                                                                                                  Edward Jenkin 1874–77
                                                                    to 20 May 1915, and a job costing book listing detailed                                                                     Steamship Company’s TSMV Manoora in the form of a
      Dockmaster’s records from Mort’s Dock, Sydney,                                                                              Comprising a certificate of competency for the second
                                                                    costs for repair and building of numerous harbour and                                                                       fold-out brochure, also including detailed photographs
      1902–1950s                                                                                                                  mate of a foreign-going ship, issued by the Marine Board
                                                                    coastal vessels from 1897 to 1911. Also papers relating                                                                     of various parts of the ship’s interiors, an envelope for a
      Dockmaster’s records kept by Alfred C Stewart at Mort’s                                                                     of New South Wales 1874; certificate of discharge as
                                                                    to the maritime career of Captain James Walter Fletcher                                                                     passenger ticket for the Manoora, and a printed card for
      Dock, Sydney, recording the requirements of vessels                                                                         mate from inter-colonial ship Rebecca Jane, 1875, issued
                                                                    (born 1910) as a merchant shipmaster during World War                                                                       the Moreton Bay river and bay excursion steamer Koopa.
      being docked. The handwritten records cover a period                                                                        by Port of Melbourne, Victoria; certificate of competency
                                                                    II and harbour pilot in Sydney and Newcastle from 1954
      from 1902 until about the mid-1950s, and were probably                                                                      as master of a coast-trade ship, issued by Marine Board       Mary Rae Thomas
                                                                    to 1970.
      passed from one dockmaster to the next over that                                                                            of New South Wales 1877; and pilotage certificate for         An oil painting by Joseph Fowles of an auxiliary
      period. The records are mostly for small vessels such as      Mary Good                                                     vessels under 150 tons in the Port of Sydney, 1877.           steamship, mid-19th century
      tugs, ferries and trawlers, rather than ships. They relate    A watercolour painting by W Forster of SS Keilawarra,                                                                       The untitled painting depicts the ship in Farm Cove,
                                                                                                                                  Carol O’Connor
      to Ward’s Dock, a slipway, and a pontoon dock. The            1883                                                                                                                        Sydney Harbour, with Government House and Fort
                                                                                                                                  Papers of Bernard James O’Connor, Australian
      collection consists of manuscript notebooks recording         A watercolour painting signed W Forster 1883 titled                                                                         Macquarie in the background. It needs extensive
                                                                                                                                  Stevedoring Industry Authority 1956–77
      and indexing the dimensions and docking requirements          on the mount ‘SS Keilawarra of Sydney 478 tons’.                                                                            conservation, but the work itself is very fine with the
                                                                                                                                  B J O’Connor was solicitor then director of the
      of vessels docked, hand-drawn docking diagrams and a          SS Keilawarra was a passenger and general cargo ship                                                                        delicacy characteristic of Fowles, and the major elements
                                                                                                                                  authority. The papers comprise his personal collection
      hand-drawn plan of Ward’s Dock.                               operated by Howard Smith in the intercolonial trade,                                                                        of the image are intact. Joseph Fowles (1810–1878) was
                                                                                                                                  of correspondence, reports, submissions and press
                                                                    built in 1878 in Scotland. In 1886 it was rammed and                                                                        a well-known artist and teacher in Sydney from the 1840s
      Julie Duell                                                                                                                 clippings, which he kept after his retirement. A number
                                                                    sunk by a small collier while en route between Sydney                                                                       to the 1870s. The ship in the painting is not naval but
      A photograph of the landing of New Zealand to Sydney                                                                        of his collected papers are already held in the collection.
                                                                    and Brisbane.                                                                                                               flies a flag suggesting it has an official purpose, and may
      telegraph cable 1876                                                                                                        These papers constitute the remainder.
                                                                                                                                                                                                be the governor’s vessel.
      This black and white photograph of the landing of the New     Moss Hunt
                                                                                                                                  Bob Parish
      Zealand to Sydney telegraph cable at La Perouse in 1876       Three photographs and a menu from SS Hobsons Bay,                                                                           Peter Yeomans
                                                                                                                                  A light harpoon gun made by W W Greener Ltd
      shows a line of men on the beach hauling the cable in.        1920s                                                                                                                       A canvas sea bag and a P&O Company house flag,
                                                                                                                                  In a fitted wooden case with associated equipment, about
      A paddle steamer and the two cable-laying sailing ships       Two of the photographs are formal crew photographs,                                                                         about 1950s
                                                                                                                                  1930s–1950s, comprising wooden stock and metal
      Edinburgh and Hibernia are lying offshore. Photographer       one embossed with the name of a Hobart photographic                                                                         The sea bag is an example of the bags traditionally used
                                                                                                                                  breech, metal barrel, harpoons and rope cable, a box for
      unknown.                                                      studio. The third photograph is a hand-coloured portrait                                                                    by seamen to carry their personal possessions, which
                                                                                                                                  50 cartridges, and cleaning equipment.
                                                                    of the ship. The menu is for the saloon for Christmas Day                                                                   were once everyday objects on ships. The design of the
                                                                    1923.                                                         Margaret Royds                                                P&O flag goes back to the company’s origins in 1822,
                                                                                                                                  Basil Helm collection                                         serving routes between London, Spain and Portugal.
                                                                    Maritime Union of Australia (MUA)
                                                                                                                                  A collection of uniforms, documents, photographs,             The colours come from the flags of Portugal and Spain.
                                                                    Ephemeral objects produced by the Maritime Union of
                                                                                                                                  correspondence and personal memorabilia relating to
                                                                                                                                  the maritime career of Captain Basil Helm, covering his
                                                                    A ‘strike pack’ issued by the Union during its dispute with
                                                                                                                                  service from 1919 to 1942, mainly with Burns Philp, and
                                                                    Patricks in 1988, containing a book edited by Christopher
                                                                                                                                  with the Queensland Coast and Torres Strait Pilot Service
                                                                    Sheil, War on the Wharves, a Cartoon History; a CD
                                                                                                                                  from 1942 to 1954. The collection comprises about
                                                                    entitled Solidarity, by the Self-Righteous Brothers; an
                                                                                                                                  100 objects and a large paper archive. The contents
                                                                    audio cassette, The Slimy Patricks Scab; two car stickers
                                                                                                                                  include complete sets of navy and tropical white uniforms
                                                                    ‘M.U.A. Are Here to Stay’; an MUA lapel badge 1993; and
                                                                                                                                  and accessories, personal possessions such as sewing
                                                                    a Waterside Workers Federation lapel badge.
                                                                                                                                  and shaving kit, objects made by Basil Helm such as
                                                                                                                                  a ship model in a bottle and a canvas knife sheath,
124                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              125

appendix 05                                                                                                                      appendix 06
ANMM publications                                                                                                                staff publications

       Books                                                       Educational resources                                            Shirani ATHTHAS, ‘Tim Tam Times’, Welcome Wall                 Paul HUNDLEY, ‘The maritime history and archaeology of
                                                                                                                                    feature, Signals 81 2007:38–39                                 the Coral Sea’, article, An Australian Coral Sea Heritage
      Dunbar 1857 – disaster on our doorstep by Kieran Hosty      Steel Beach web resources for teachers                            – and Bill Richards, ‘Museum exhibition tells vivid story of   Park, The Pew Environmental Group 2008:47–56
      ANMM. Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney,                                                                            a man’s life and death 5000 years ago’, feature article,       – cited in ‘Meet and greet the Great White Fleet’, article,
                                                                  CSIce junior school resources for Iceman – the story of
      2007. ISBN 9780977547111, 153 pp                                                                                              Antiques & Art in NSW 12/2007:35                               Signals 83 2008:42–43
      HMAS Vampire – last of the big guns by Lindsey Shaw                                                                           – ‘Portraits of seafaring pets’, feature article, Antiques &   – ‘Acquisitions, Antonio Jacobsen’s painting of the
                                                                  Maritime Archaeology senior school resources for Iceman           Art in NSW 05.09/2008:34                                       American clipper, Young America’, World of Antiques and
      ANMM. Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney,
                                                                  – the story of Ötzi                                                                                                              Art, 73 August 2008
      2007. Second edition, ISBN 0 642 51867 X, 28 pp                                                                               Zara COLLINS, City of Hobart Art Prize 2007 catalogue,
                                                                  Past Tense tour sheet for ESL students                                                                                           – ‘The Fenian who escaped from Sydney’, note, Signals,
                                                                                                                                    Hobart City Council, 2007: 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                   79 2007:18
       Serials                                                    School resources for Jellyfish – nature inspires art (Visual      – City of Hobart Art Prize 2007 exhibition, Tasmanian
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘Legends of the clippers’, review of Racers of the
                                                                  Design, Visual Arts, Science)                                     Museum Art Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania
      Signals, quarterly colour magazine of the Australian                                                                                                                                         Deep: The Yankee Clippers and Bluenose Clippers on the
      National Maritime Museum, Numbers 80–83, ISSN               Escape to Freedom – version of activity trail incorporating       Louise CURHAM, co-author, ‘Sound Recordings’ and               Australian Run 1852–1869 by Ralph P Neale, Australian
      1033-4688, 48 pp, editor Jeffrey Mellefont, published       NSW curriculum                                                    ‘Moving Images’ chapters, Jackie Bettington et al, editor,     Scholarly Publishing Melbourne 2007, Signals 81
      September, December, March, June. Free to Members                                                                             2008, Keeping Archives, 3rd edition, Australian Society of     2007:41
                                                                  School self-guided tour sheet for the Commerce gallery            Archivists Inc, Dickson, ACT (book and CD-ROM)
      Australian National Maritime Museum Annual Report                                                                                                                                            Lindl LAWTON, ‘Conrad in Australia’, article, Signals 81
                                                                  Sounds of the Sea tour resource notes for teacher-guides          – ‘Propositions and Game Plans’, exhibition entry,
      2006–2007, ISSN 1034-5019, 148 pp, editor Jeffrey                                                                                                                                            2007:8–12
                                                                                                                                    Melbourne International Festival of the Arts,
      Mellefont                                                   School program fact sheets on CD (secondary schools)                                                                             – and Bill Richards, ‘Joseph Conrad at the National;
                                                                                                                                    fortyfivedownstairs gallery, Flinders Lane, Melbourne,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Maritime Museum’, Antiques & Art in NSW 12/2007:28
      Newsletter, monthly newsletter of the Australian National   Re-writes of My special place resources and activity trail        11–27 Oct 2007
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘Young voices’, article, Signals 80 2007:36–37
      Maritime Museum Volunteers, 10 pp, editor Peter Wood,       for Saltwater: Yirrkala bark paintings of Sea Country             – Looking Backward<>Looking Forward, film (with
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘Puppets taught postwar migrants’, article, Signals 80
      published monthly. Free to ANMM volunteers. Issues                                                                            prepared piano by Erik Griswold), OtherFilm Festival,
                                                                  Four school holiday brochures 2007–08                                                                                            2007:42–43
      158–167                                                                                                                       18/11/07
                                                                                                                                    – Waiting to Turn into Puzzles, film (with music composed      Antonia MACARTHUR, ‘Newcastle cruise’, article, Signals
      All Hands, magazine of the Australian National Maritime
                                                                   Worldwide web                                                    by David Young and performed by Ensemble Offspring),           81 2007:14
      Museum Volunteers, 28 pp, published quarterly. Free to
                                                                                                                                    Chauvel Cinema, Sydney, 25/06/8                                – ‘2007 Frank Broeze Prize for best maritime history
      ANMM volunteers. Issues 60–63                               Australian National Maritime Museum website
                                                                                                                                    – Aphids Reel Music Festival, Australian Centre for the        book’, article, Signals 81 2007:16–17
                                                         is updated continually.
                                                                                                                                    Moving Image, 26/06/08                                         – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,
                                                                  Website visits 917,575 (556,118 in 2005,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   article, Signals 82 2008:10–15
                                                                  695,806 in 2006)                                                  Penny CUTHBERT, ‘50,000 km by kayak’, Maritime
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – and Bill Richards, ‘Toy Boats from Paris’, Antiques & Art
                                                                                                                                    Heritage Association Journal, 18 (3) September
                                                                  The Australian Register of Historic Ships                                                                                        in NSW 5/2008:35
                                                         was launched 2007 with the aim
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Jeffrey MELLEFONT, ‘The 20th-century Endeavour’,
                                                                  of collecting a national picture of all Australia’s historic      Dr Nigel ERSKINE, ‘Provenance of coals recovered from
                                                                                                                                                                                                   feature article, Signals 80 2007:30–35
                                                                  ships, designers, builders and owners.                            the wreck of HMAV Bounty’, paper, International Journal
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘Journeyman to distant shores’, note, Signals 80
                                                                                                                                    of Nautical Archaeology (2008) 37.1:171–176
                                                                  The Welcome Wall                                                                                                                 2007:46
                                                                                                                                    – ‘William Bligh’s signet ring’, article, Signals 82
                                                         – searchable database of all                                                                                  – ‘Ship spotter’s guide’, review of Ships Worldwide –
                                                                  Welcome Wall registrations including personal histories.                                                                         What ship is that? by Robert Fildes, Shipspottersguide
                                                                                                                                    – ‘Overseas … & back in time’, article, Signals 79
                                                                  Online registration for intending participants.                                                                                  Ltd Sydney 2007, Signals 81 2007:41
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ’Faces from the Dunbar disaster’, article, Signals 82
                                                                  ANMM Image Library – searchable database of selected
                                                                                                                                    Jeffrey FLETCHER, ‘Ten years of maritime mayhem’,              2008:36–37
                                                                  ship images from the collection
                                                                                                                                    article, Signals 80 2007:13–15                                 – ‘All hands aboard the keyboard’, article, Signals 82
                                                         This is the
                                                                  museum’s contribution to the national heritage portal,            Kieran HOSTY, ‘The Dunbar tragedy and its macabre
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘Two ships called Canberra’, feature article, Signals 83
                                                                  Picture Australia, coordinated by the National Library of         collectables’, article, Collectable Trader Aug–Sept
                                                                  Australia                               2007:44–47
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘A submariner at the helm’, interview, Signals 83
                                                                                                                                    – Dunbar 1857 – disaster on our doorstep, book,
                                                                                                                                    Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney 2007
                                                                                                                                                                                                   – ‘Steel spies and spin’, review of The Collins class
                                                                                                                                    – ‘The melancholy wreck of the Dunbar’, feature article,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   submarine story by Yule & Woolner, Cambridge University
                                                                                                                                    Signals 79 2007:34–39
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Press Melbourne 2008, Signals 83 2008:33
                                                                                                                                    – ‘The Gospel Ship’, article, Signals 81 2007:42–43
126   04 appendixes 06 staff publications                                                                                                                                                                                                                         127

      – cited in ‘Rock Art: a potential source of information        Lindsey SHAW, ‘Commemorating Nelson’, article,
      about past maritime technology in the South-East Asia-         Newsletter of the Nelson Society of Australia Inc, July         appendix 07
      Pacific region’, Lape, O’Connor and Burningham, The            2007:8–9
      International Journal of Nautical Archaeology (2007)
      36.2: 252
                                                                     – and John Waight, ‘Eora first people’, feature article,
                                                                     Signals 79 2007:2–7
                                                                                                                                     staff conference papers, lectures and talks
      – cited in ‘The seafarers and maritime entrepreneurs of        – ‘Jellyfish – nature inspires art’, feature article, Signals
      Madura: history, culture and their role in the Java Sea        80 2007:2–7
      timber trade’, Kurt Stenross, PhD thesis submitted to          – ‘Fort Denison – celebrating 150 years’, article, Signals
      Murdoch University 2007                                        80 2007:38–39
      – cited in Global Museum,                – ‘Remembering HMAS Sydney II’, article, Signals 83
      ‘Caption contest’ 05/10/2007                                   2008:14–16                                                         Zara COLLINS, ‘Professional practice’, talk to Design        – ‘Dunbar’, lecture, Hurstville Family History Society,
      – referee for ‘Vanished barks sail again: Bangladeshi          – ‘Happy Birthday Advance’, article, Signals 83                    & Technology students, Mona Vale High School,                10/10/07
      country boat renaissance’ by Julian Cribb, TAASA               2008:18–20                                                         07/03/2008                                                   – ‘The Dunbar Collection at the Australian National
      Review – Journal of The Asian Arts Society of Australia                                                                                                                                        Maritime Museum’, conference paper, Moveable Cultural
                                                                     Inger SHEIL, ‘A Titanic Hero’, article, Signals 81                 Penny CUTHBERT, Blackmores First Lady volunteer guide
      06/2008:20–21                                                                                                                                                                                  Heritage conference, Heritage Office of NSW, 28/11/07
                                                                     2007:30–33                                                         training, 13/08/07, 17/08/07, 20/05/08
      Patricia MILES, ‘Survival’, article, Signals 81 2007:                                                                                                                                          – ‘The Hunt for Cook’s Endeavour’, lecture, Western
                                                                     Gillian SIMPSON, with Frances Prentice, ‘Who do you                – Watermarks gallery, volunteer guide training 19/11/07,
      18–20                                                                                                                                                                                          Australian Maritime Museum, 15/04/08
                                                                     think Jack Thompson is?’, article, Signals 82 2008:46              17/03/08
      – ‘Legendary Broome’, review of A Pearling Master’s                                                                                                                                            – Marine Careers Day, talk and tour, 17/06/08
                                                                                                                                        – ‘Presenting history in the museum context’, lecture to
      Journey: in the wake of the schooner Mist by J E deB           John WAIGHT, ‘Eora first people’, feature article (with            history graduates, Macquarie University, 06/05/08            Paul HUNDLEY, ‘Tall ship adventure – a young man’s
      Norman and GV Norman Strathfield 2007, Signals 81              Lindsey Shaw), Signals 79 2007:2–7                                                                                              journey New York to Fremantle 1905’, WEA course lecture
      2007:40                                                                                                                           Dr Nigel ERSKINE, ‘HMB Endeavour Replica’, volunteer
                                                                     Dr Wendy WILKINS, ‘Mr Haddad’s hatta’, Welcome Wall                                                                             and exhibition tour, 15/05/08
                                                                                                                                        guide training workshop, 26/10/07
      David PAYNE, ‘The Australian Register of Historic              article, Signals 79 2007:40–41                                                                                                  – ‘American War Posters’, exhibition opening, Manning
                                                                                                                                        – ‘Wreck of the Sirius’, conference paper, Hobartown First
      Vessels’, article, SCOOP Couta Boat Association                                                                                                                                                Regional Art Gallery, 07/12/07
                                                                     – ‘Call me Ishmael’, review of A Dictionary of Sea                 Settlers Association Island to Island conference, Hobart,
      Newsletter, October 2007                                                                                                                                                                       – ‘Coming to Australia – my story’, Welcome Wall
                                                                     Quotations edited by Edward Duyker, Miegunyah Press                02/12/07
      – ‘Taipan reincarnated’, feature article, Signals 82                                                                                                                                           unveiling, 21/10/07
                                                                     Melbourne 2007, Signals 81 2007:40                                 – general tour of museum galleries for International Map
      2008:2–8                                                                                                                                                                                       – ‘The Wreck of the Dunbar’, anniversary history
                                                                                                                                        Collectors members, 05/02/08
      – ‘A maritime mastermind’, feature article, Signals 83         Mary-Louise WILLIAMS, ‘Director’s column’, Signals 80                                                                           symposium, 19/08/07
                                                                                                                                        – Navigators gallery, volunteer guide training, 12/02/08,
      2008:8–13                                                      2007:48                                                            02/04/08, 17/06/08                                           Matt LEE, ‘Benchmarking retail shops in cultural
                                                                     – ‘See You at the Summit’, Signals 81 2007:44–46                   – ‘National Maritime Museum, Greenwich secondment            institutions’, Museum Shops Association of Australia
      Frances PRENTICE, and Gillian Simpson, ‘Who do you
                                                                     – ‘Director’s column’, Signals 81 2007:48                          2007’, staff talk, 06/03/08                                  annual conference, Faulconbridge, 14/09/07
      think Jack Thompson is?’, article, Signals 82 2008:46
                                                                     – ‘Director’s column’, Signals 82 2008:48                          – ‘A short history of European settlement at Norfolk         – ‘Improving retail operations’, National Parks & Wildlife
      Bill RICHARDS, ‘The Restoration of Taipan’, Go Boating,        – ‘Director’s column’, Signals 83 2008:48                          Island’, lecture, Yass and District Historical Society,      NSW conference, Port Macquarie, 08/05/08
      7/2007:53                                                      – ‘Taipan restoration costs’, letter to the editor, Afloat         Galong, 28/03/08
      – ‘Finishing Touches’, feature article, Signals 80 2007: 9     magazine 02/08                                                                                                                  Michelle LINDER, ‘A tale of three rivers – the Murray,
      – ‘Australia’s First People and their sea links’, Antiques &                                                                      Mariea FISHER, ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, WEA Forum,      the Darling and the Parramatta’, WEA Cruise Forum,
      Art in NSW 9/2007:39                                                                                                              09/11/07                                                     12/03/08
      – and Sandra Murray, ‘Escape! Fremantle to Freedom –                                                                              – ‘The River – Life on the Murray-Darling’, ANMM
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Edwina LOITERTON, presentation to TAFE students,
      a story of Irish rebels and adventure in Western                                                                                  Members talk, 09/04/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Hospitality & Tourism course, Geelong, 09/07
      Australia’, Antiques & Art in NSW 9/2007:38                                                                                       – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     – presentation to TAFE students, Events Management
      – and Shirani Aththas, ‘Museum tells vivid story of Ötzi,                                                                         Museum Friends & Members’ Managers talk, 08/05/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                     course, Northern Beaches, 10/07
      the Iceman’, Antiques & Art in NSW 12/2007:26                                                                                     – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,
      – and Lindl Lawton, ‘Joseph Conrad at the National;                                                                               Learning Lab & Shoalhaven Regional Volunteers talk,          Jeffrey MELLEFONT, ‘Memperdalamkan pengetahuan’ku
      Maritime Museum’, Antiques & Art in NSW 12/2007:28                                                                                27/05/08                                                     pesisiran Madura (Deepening my knowledge of coastal
      – and Antonia Macarthur, ‘Toy Boats from Paris’, Antiques                                                                         – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,         Madura)’, lecture to Indonesian Studies students,
      & Art in NSW 5/2008:35                                                                                                            ANMM Members talk, 11/07/08                                  University of Sydney, 18/09/07
      – ‘A river of memory’, feature article, Signals 83 2008:38                                                                        Kieran HOSTY, ‘The melancholy wreck of the Dunbar’,          Patricia MILES, ‘Australian coastal shipping represented
      – ‘Maritime workers admire Wharfies Mural’, Signals 83                                                                            ANMM Members lecture, 17/08/07                               in the National Maritime Collection’, Coast to Coast
      2008: 44                                                                                                                          – ‘The wreck of the Dunbar’, lecture, St Stephen’s           seminar, ANMM, 21/10/07
                                                                                                                                        Church, Newtown, 19/08/07                                    – Commerce gallery, volunteer guide training, 05/09/07,
                                                                                                                                        – ‘The Dunbar’, lecture, Australasian Pioneers’ Club,        21/11/07, 16/04/08
                                                                                                                                        Sydney, 20/08/07                                             – ‘Display of an original panel from the Wharfies Mural’,
                                                                                                                                        – Age of Sail gallery, volunteer guide training, 22/08/07,   talk at official launch of Labourfest08 by the Maritime
                                                                                                                                        17/10/07                                                     Union of Australia, ANMM, 08/04/08
                                                                                                                                        – ‘Convict hulks’, lecture, Historic Houses Trust of New
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Niki MORTIMER, ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from
                                                                                                                                        South Wales, 17/09/07
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Paris 1850–1950’, teacher-guide exhibition floor talk,
                                                                                                                                        – ‘Maritime memorials – a life after death’, conference
                                                                                                                                        paper (in absentia), NSW Family History Conference,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,
                                                                                                                                        Casino, 23/09/07
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ANMM members talk, 13/06/08
128   04 appendixes 07 staff conference papers, lectures and talks                                                                                                                                 129

      David PAYNE, ‘The Australian Register of Historic
      Vessels’, illustrated presentation for the NSW Wooden          appendix 08
      Boat Association, 14/08/07
      – ‘The Restoration of Taipan’, illustrated presentation for
      the AMMC meeting, ANMM, 08/03/08
                                                                     staff media appearances
      – ‘The restoration of Taipan’, illustrated presentation
      for the 2008 Classic & Wooden Boat Festival, ANMM,

      Lindsey SHAW, ‘Antarctica at the ANMM’, public lecture,
      Redcliffe Museum, Queensland, 16/03/07
      – ‘Jellyfish – nature inspires art’ exhibition, volunteer        Scott ANDREW, ‘2008 Classic & Wooden Boat Festival’,           – ‘Dunbar shipwreck’, interview, ABC TV, 19/08/07
      guide training, 09/08/07, 10/08/07, 13/08/07                     interview, George & Paul Show, 2UE Radio, Sydney,              – ‘Convict transportation to Australia’, interview with
      – Navy gallery, volunteer guide training, 25/10/07               08/03/08                                                       Natalie Smith, 2RRR Community Radio, 22/09/07
      – ‘Antarctica overview’, schools lecture, Redcliffe                                                                             – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview with Marcus
                                                                       Shirani ATHTHAS, ‘Australian National Maritime
      Museum, Queensland, 16/03/08                                                                                                    Middleton, Today Tonight, 17/03/08
                                                                       Museum’, interview, ATN Bangla TV, 11/02/08
      – ‘Maritime archaeology at the Australian National                                                                              – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview with Cameron Stuart,
                                                                       – ‘Australian National Maritime Museum’, interview,
      Maritime Museum’, public lecture, Mary Rose Museum,                                                                             The Australian, 17/03/08
                                                                       Korean TV, 06/09/08
      Portsmouth, UK, 17/06/08                                                                                                        – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview with Lee Drayton, The
                                                                       – ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, interview for Precinct,
      – ‘Interpreting maritime history – the role of museums’,                                                                        Age, 17/03/08
      paper, 5th International Congress of Maritime History,                                                                          – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview, 2UE Radio, Sydney,
                                                                       – ‘2008 Endeavour voyages’, interview, Great Lakes
      Greenwich University, UK, 26/06/08                                                                                              18/03/08
                                                                       Advocate, 25/06/08
                                                                                                                                      – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview with Roger Coombs,
      Mary-Louise WILLIAMS, Leadership Lunchtime Seminar,              Penny CUTHBERT, interview with Alison Apryhs on                Daily Telegraph, 18/03/08
      Sydney, 26/06/07                                                 collecting surfing memorabilia and presenting surfing          – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview with Frank Crook, 2GB
      –King-Hall Naval History Convention, delivered closing           history in the museum context for ‘Thrill of the Chase’        Radio, Sydney, 19/03/08
      remarks, ANMM, 24/07/07                                          and ‘Catch a piece of the Auction’ articles, The Sydney        –‘Shipwrecks in NSW’, interview, National Geographic
      – Speaker at Annual Golden Paw Awards, Terrace Room,             Morning Herald, 22–23/09/07                                    Channel, 11/06/08
      ANMM, 25/07/07                                                   – briefing with television presenter Adrian Franklin           –‘M24 midget submarine’, interview with Jenny Macey,
      – ‘The Australian National Maritime Museum’, address,            on ANMM swimwear collection for Collectors, ABC1,              ABC Radio, Sydney, 27/06/08
      National Capital Authority, Canberra, 31/07/07                   13/05/08
      – Speaker and MC opening of Fremantle to Freedom                                                                                Paul HUNDLEY, ‘Maritime museum’s great white hope’,
      exhibition, ANMM, 09/08/07                                       Paula EAST, ‘Endeavour visit to Newcastle’, interview,         interview, Australian Financial Review, 27/03/08
      – ‘Report on Alexandria’s UNESCO Workshop’, paper                Drive Show, ABC Radio, Newcastle, 14/10/07                     – ‘The Great White Fleet returns’, interview, Lloyds List,
      presented at the International Congress of Maritime              – ‘Tall ships and woes’, interview with Trish Wood, Coffs      17/04/08
      Museums (ICMM), Malta, 11/10/07                                  Independent Press, 15/5/08
                                                                                                                                      Helen JONES, ‘Welcome Wall unveiling ceremony’,
      – speaker and MC, Welcome Wall unveiling, ANMM,                  Mariea FISHER, ‘Jellyfish – nature inspires art’, interview,   interview, George & Paul Show, 2UE Radio, Sydney,
      28/10/07                                                         George & Paul Show, 2UE Radio, Sydney, 28/07/07                28/10/07
      – participated in National Museum authors’ conference            – ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, interview, SBS Radio           – ‘Welcome Wall’, interview with Glenn Wheeler, 2UE
      for proposed National Museum of Australia museums                German Language, 06/11/07                                      Radio, 26/01/08
      book, as reviewer on ‘maritime museums’ chapter,                 – ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, interview, www.livenews.       – ‘Welcome Wall’, interview with Ross Clifford, Radio
      05–07/11/07                                             08/11/07                                                2CH, 27/01/08
      – speaker and MC, opening of Iceman – the Story of Ötzi,         – ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, interview with John
      ANMM, 09/11/07                                                                                                                  Michelle LINDER, ‘The River – Life on the Murray-Darling’,
                                                                       Ackerman, Radio 90.1, Sydney
      – launched Harbourlife exhibition at Manly Art Gallery &                                                                        interview with Scott Chamber, Radio 2AAA, Wagga Wagga,
                                                                       – ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, interview, 2RRR Community
      Museum, 30/11/07                                                                                                                06/06/08
                                                                       Radio, 24/11/07
      – opened Art of Sydney Awards, exhibition of combined                                                                           – ‘The River – Life on the Murray-Darling’, exhibition
                                                                       – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,
      art societies, ANMM, 23/01/08                                                                                                   feature, The Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga, 06/06/08
                                                                       interview, George & Paul Show, 2UE Radio, Sydney,
      – MC Phil Renouf Lecture, ANMM, 06/03/08                                                                                        – ‘The River – Life on the Murray-Darling’, interview, WIN
      – MC for Australian Council of Maritime Museums                                                                                 TV, 09/06/08
                                                                       – ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from Paris 1850–1950’,
      Conference, ANMM, 08/03/08                                                                                                      – ‘The River – Life on the Murray-Darling’, interview with
                                                                       interview, Radio 2MBC, 31/03/08
      – MC and speaker, Classic &Wooden Boat Festival                                                                                 Chris Coleman, Radio ABC Riverina, NSW, 10/06/08
      awards, ANMM, 09/03/08                                           Jeffrey FLETCHER, ‘Saltwater: Yirrkala bark paintings          – ‘Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of Travel’, interview with
      – opened Sighting the Whale exhibition at Mosman Art             of Sea Country’, television interview for Totally Wild,        Steve Meacham, The Sydney Morning Herald, 26/06/08
      Gallery, 14/03/08                                                Channel 10, 06/11/07                                           – ‘Trash or Treasure? Souvenirs of Travel’, interview with
      – MC opening of Bateaux Jouets exhibition, ANMM,                                                                                Richard Glover, Sydney Drive, ABC Radio 702, Sydney,
                                                                       Kieran HOSTY, ‘Dunbar shipwreck’, interview with Jason
      19/03/08                                                                                                                        26/06/08
                                                                       Ford, Radio 2GB, Sydney, 10/08/07
      – MC and speaker, Welcome Wall panel unveiling, ANMM,                                                                           – ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Louise Maher, Radio
                                                                       – ‘Dunbar shipwreck’, interview with Jill Rowbotham, The
      18/05/08                                                                                                                        ABC 666, Canberra, 26/06/08
                                                                       Australian, 15/08/07
                                                                                                                                      – ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Chris Smith, 2GB
                                                                       – ‘Dunbar shipwreck’, interview with Stephen Rapley, ABC
                                                                                                                                      Radio, Sydney, 27/06/08
                                                                       Radio National, 19/08/07
130   04 appendixes 08 staff media appearances                                                                                                                                                                                                                 131

      – ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with John Stanley,        Lindsey SHAW, ‘Fort Denison’, interview, 2UE Radio,
      2UE Radio, Sydney, 27/06/08                                 Sydney, 01/07/07                                              appendix 09
      – ‘Trash or Treasure?’, interview with Janine Mackenzie,    – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview with Gemma
      Statewide Drive, ABC Radio Victoria, 30/06/08               Dempsey, RadioLive NZ World at Noon, 17/03/08
                                                                  – ‘Finding HMAS Sydney’, interview, Vega FM, Sydney,
                                                                                                                                staff professional appointments
      Anthony LONGHURST, ‘All in a day’s work – HMB
      Endeavour’, interview, 9 am with Dave & Kim, Channel
      10, 10/08/07                                                Peter WOOD, interview for new volunteer guides, Radio
                                                                  2SM (05/08)
      Ross MATTSON, ‘Endeavour visit to Newcastle’, interview,
                                                                  – interview for new volunteer guides, Radio 2NBC (05/08)
      ABC Radio, Newcastle, 05/10/07
      – ‘Endeavour visit to Newcastle’, interview, breakfast      Mary-Louise WILLIAMS, ‘Australian National Maritime             Shirani ATHTHAS, member, NSW State Awards for                   Edwina LOITERTON, president, Sydney’s Unique Venues
      show, 2HD Radio, Newcastle, 05/10/07                        Museum’, interview with Alex Sloan, ABC 666 2CN,                Excellence Organising Committee, Public Relations               Association (SUVA)
      – ‘Endeavour visit to Newcastle’, interview, Radio KO FM,   Canberra, 31/07/07                                              Institute of Australia (NSW)
      05/10/07                                                    – ‘Outreach Programs’, interview with John Morrison,                                                                            Jeffrey MELLEFONT, past vice president, Australian
      – ‘Endeavour visit to Newcastle’, interview for evening     Statewide Drive, ABC Radio, NSW Regional, 07/08/07              Susan BRIDIE, committee member, Darling Harbour                 Association for Maritime History
      news, 2HD Radio, Newcastle, 05/10/07                        – ‘Iceman – the story of Ötzi’, interview, ABC News,            Business Association                                            – member, University of Sydney Indonesian Study Circle
      – ‘Endeavour visit to Newcastle’, interview, Newcastle      08/11/07                                                        – president, Friends and Volunteers Network, Museums
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Peter ROUT, member, Australian Maritime Museums
      Herald, 06/10/07                                            – ‘Australian National Maritime Museum’, interview,             Australia
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Council (March 2008–10)
      – ‘Endeavour 2008 voyages’, interview, The Good Life,       Go Boating magazine, 03/08                                      Michael CRAYFORD, director and board member,
      2GB Radio, 19/12/07                                         – ‘Lack of cash sinks search’, interview, The Australian,                                                                       Lindsey SHAW, past president, Australian Association for
      – ‘HMB Endeavour’, TV interview, The Edge, 05/03/08         17/03/08                                                                                                                        Maritime History
      – ‘HMB Endeavour’, interview, Saturday Disney, Channel      – ‘Finding of HMAS Sydney’, interview with Steve Price,         Max DINGLE, vice president, World Federation of Friends         – newsletter editor, Australian Association for Maritime
      7, 14/03/08                                                 2UE Radio, 17/03/08                                             of Museums                                                      History
      – ‘Endeavour 2008 voyages’, interview with James            – ‘Historic maritime discoveries praised’, interview, Daily     – council member, Australian Federation of Friends of           – council member, International Commission for Maritime
      Valentine, ABC Radio 702, Sydney, 05/06/08                  Liberal newspaper, Dubbo, 18/03/08                              Museums                                                         History
      – ‘Endeavour 2008 voyages’, interview, ABC Radio,           – ‘A bridge too close to home’, interview, Canberra Times,      – vice president, Friends and Volunteers Special Interest       – member, Sydney–Portsmouth Sister City Committee
      Brisbane, 21/06/08                                          31/05/08                                                        Group in Museums Australia
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Anita TOFT, director, Accessible Arts, Arts and Disability
                                                                                                                                  – board member, Darling Harbour Business Association
      Patricia MILES, ‘The end of Darling Harbour as a working                                                                                                                                    NSW
                                                                                                                                  – member, Adelaide University Research Centre for the
      port’, interview, ABC Radio National, 28/09/07                                                                              History of Food and Drink                                       Mary-Louise WILLIAMS, deputy chair, Visions of Australia
      Niki MORTIMER, ‘Bateaux Jouets – toy boats from                                                                                                                                             Committee
                                                                                                                                  Dr Nigel ERSKINE, member, NSW Maritime Archaeology
      Paris 1850–1950’, interview, 2MBC Community Radio,                                                                                                                                          – vice-president, International Congress of Maritime
                                                                                                                                  advisory panel
      Bankstown, 31/03/08                                                                                                                                                                         Museums
                                                                                                                                  – council member, Australian Register of Historic Vessels
                                                                                                                                                                                                  – board member, Council of Australasian Museum
      David PAYNE, ‘The Australian Register of Historic                                                                           Daina FLETCHER, member and chair, Australian Register           Directors
      Vessels’, interview, Regional Statewide Drive, ABC Radio,                                                                   of Historic Vessels Steering Committee                          – board member, Foundation for the Preservation of
      NSW, 31/07/07                                                                                                               – member and secretary, Australian Register of Historic         Captain Cook’s Ships
      – ‘The Australian Register of Historic Vessels’,                                                                            Vessels Council                                                 – peer reviewer, Museum Management and Curatorship
      Queenscliffe Herald 03/09/07                                                                                                                                                                – board member, De Quincy Company
      – ‘Keep Tacoma in the Water’, interview, Port Lincoln                                                                       Kieran HOSTY, council member, Australasian Institute for
      Times, 18/09/07                                                                                                             Maritime Archaeology                                            India ZEGAN, Selection Committee, Local and
      – and Bill RICHARDS, ‘Taipan restoration’, interview,                                                                       – member, NSW Maritime Archaeology advisory panel               International Artist Exchange and Residency Program,
      Australia All Over, ABC Radio National, 11/11/07                                                                            – article referee, Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for   Marrickville Council (2005–ongoing)
      – ‘Taipan restoration’, interview, 7.30 Report, ABC                                                                         Maritime Archaeology
      TV, with extended interview on 7.30 Report web page,                                                                        – observer, Commonwealth Historic Shipwrecks
      15/11/07                                                                                                                    delegates advisory panel
      – ‘Taipan restoration’, interview with John Huxley, The                                                                     Paul HUNDLEY, member, Council of American Maritime
      Sydney Morning Herald, 17/11/07                                                                                             Museums
                                                                                                                                  – member, USA Gallery Consultative Committee
      Bill RICHARDS, ‘The National Maritime Museum and
      Taipan’, interview with John Morrison, ABC NSW                                                                              Matt LEE, president, Museum Shops Association of
      Statewide, 24/07/07                                                                                                         Australia
      – ‘The National Maritime Museum’, interview, The Good                                                                       – retail designer and consultant, Quarantine Station,
      Life, 2GB Radio, 04/01/08                                                                                                   Sydney, NSW
      – ‘Re-launching Taipan’, interview with Ian (Macka)                                                                         – retail consultant, Australian Aviation Museum,
      McNamara, Australia All Over, ABC Radio 702, Sydney,                                                                        Bankstown, NSW
      11/02/08                                                                                                                    – retail consultant, Burnie Art Gallery, Burnie, TAS
      – ‘Classic & Wooden Boat Festival’, interview for news                                                                      – retail consultant, Beaconsfield Gold Museum,
      bulletin, Radio 2SM, 08/03/08                                                                                               Beaconsfield, TAS
132                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   133

appendix 10                                                                                                                appendix 11
staff overseas travel                                                                                                      organisation chart at 30 June 2008

                                                                                                                                                                      Minister for the Environment,
      Michael CRAYFORD, assistant director, Collections and      Lindsey SHAW, senior curator, maritime technology
                                                                                                                                                                         Heritage and the Arts
      Exhibitions                                                – UK, 16–27/06/08: assessed potential loans for
      – Santiago, Chile; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Mexico City,   temporary exhibition on camouflage; presented public
      Mexico; Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Canada; New York,       lecture at the Mary Rose Museum on ANMM Maritime                                                            ANMM Council
      USA, 25/03/08–23/04/08: travel grant from Gordon           Archaeology Program; presented paper and attended
      Darling Foundation to assist with investigating touring    5th International Congress of Maritime History (ICMH)
      opportunities for Saltwater Collection and to discuss      held by the International Maritime Economic History
      other museum-related programs with institutions in         Association (IMEHA) at the University of Greenwich;
      Canada.                                                    attended Executive Council meeting of the International
                                                                 Commission for Maritime History (ICMH).
      Max DINGLE, assistant director, Commercial and Visitor                                                                          Governance
      Services                                                   Mary-Louise WILLIAMS, director
      – Greenwich, UK, 21–23/04/08: discussions with the         – Malta, 08–12/10/07: attended International Congress
      National Maritime Museum                                   of Maritime Museums (ICMM) conference as vice
      – Turkey, 24–27/04/08: attended Gallipoli dawn service     president and congress convener; presented paper on               Financial services
      and chaired session of a joint workshop by Submarine       Alexandria, Egypt’s underwater heritage.
      Institute of Australia and Turkey Institute of Nautical    – Santiago and Valparaiso, Chile, 13–20/10/07: at the
      Archaeology on the wreck of HMAS AE2, sunk in 1915.        invitation of the Chilean government and Navy to advise           External relations
      – Denver USA, 28/04–01/05/08: attended American            on Chilean Maritime Museum.
      Association of Museums conference.

      Dr Nigel ERSKINE, curator, exploration                                                                                    Assistant director                Assistant director                  Assistant director
      – Newport, Rhode Island, USA, 07–27/07/07: assisted                                                                          Collections                      Commercial &                      Corporate services
      Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (RIMAP) in                                                                          & exhibitions                    visitor Services
      survey of wrecks in Newport Harbor, seeking remains of
      HMB Endeavour.
      – Greenwich, UK, 16/08–21/09/07: secondment to the                                                                                  Maritime communities                  Visitor services                           Fleet
      National Maritime Museum.

      Bill RICHARDS, manager, media and communications
                                                                                                                                            Maritime technology
      – Madrid, Spain, 04–07/07/07: attended conference                                                                                                                            Marketing                      Human resources
                                                                                                                                             exploration & navy
      ‘Communicating the Museum – Using new media to reach
      wider audiences, improve visitor experience’.
      – Malta, 08–12/10/07: attended International Congress                                                                                                                                                        Communications
                                                                                                                                              Special projects                     Publishing
      of Maritime Museums biennial conference and delivered                                                                                                                                                         & information
      a paper ‘Getting the message across: Media.’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Facilities &
                                                                                                                                              Library sevices                   HMB Endeavour
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   support services

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Capital works
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      & property

                                                                                                                                                Registration                                                           Security

                                                                                                                                                     Design                                                       Web development

134                                                                                                                                                                                                         04 appendixes 12 APS staff at 30 June 2008   135

                                                                                                                          Maritime technology, exploration & navy                    Registration
appendix 12                                                                                                               Lindsey Shaw BA DipMusStud Senior curator maritime         Sally Fletcher BA DipMusStud   Senior registrar
                                                                                                                                                     technology, exploration &
APS staff at 30 June 2008                                                                                                                            naval history
                                                                                                                                                                                     Georgia Cunningham BSc         Managing registrar,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    collection database and
                                                                                                                          Nigel Erskine PhD BA           Curator exploration                                        documentation
                                                                                                                          GradDipMarArch CertMusStud
                                                                                                                                                                                     Will Mather                    Managing registrar
                                                                                                                          Kieran Hosty BA DipMarArch     Curator ship technology &   BA(Hons) DipMusStud            collections operations &
                                                                                                                                                         maritime archaeology                                       exhibitions

      This appendix lists only APS staff employed under the     Collections & exhibitions                                 Michelle Linder MA             Curator                     Cameron McLean BFA             Registrar collection
      Public Service Act 1999                                                                                             DipMusStud                                                                                operations
                                                               Michael Crayford              Assistant director,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Anupa Shah BCom                Registrar exhibitions &
                                                               MA(CultSt&Comm) BA(VisArts)   Collections & exhibitions
       Executive                                                                                                          Design                                                                                    loans

      Mary-Louise Williams MA      Director                                                                               Sharne Fielder                 Manager design (on leave)   Alisha Halliwell BAppSc        Registrar information
                                                               Gemma Nardone BFA             Project assistant
                                                                                                                          BDes CertProjMgt                                                                          management
      Inger Sheil BA               Executive assistant                                       Collections & exhibitions
                                                                                                                          Johanna Nettleton              Manager design              Sabina Escobar-Jaramillo       Assistant registrar
                                                                                                                          BSc(Arch) BArch(Hons)                                      MAMusStud BASocSc              documentation
      Governance                                               Special projects unit
                                   Executive officer                                                                      Adrienne Kabos                 Graphic designer &          Tennille Noach BSC BA Hons     Assistant registrar
      Russell Smylie BBus                                      Mariea Fisher BA(Hons) MM     Manager temporary &
                                                                                                                          MDes DipIndDes CertCompGraph   coordinator                                                documentation
                                                                                             travelling exhibitions
                                                                                                                          Daniel Weisz BA                Exhibition designer         India Zegan                    Registration assistant data
      Financial services                                       Nicolette Mortimer BA         Coordinator temporary &
                                                                                                                                                                                     MAArtAdmin BVA(Hons)           clean
                                                                                             travelling exhibitions       Daniel Ormella                 Graphic designer
      Joan Miller MM (Arts         Chief financial officer                                                                MDes AssDipGraphDes                                        Rhondda Orchard MA             Assistant registrar
      Management) BBA ACA
                                                               Paul Hundley MA               Senior curator USA Gallery
                                                                                                                          Heidi Riederer BIndDes         Graphic designer
      William Good BA              Assistant finance manager   Emma Colton Hons Art          Curatorial assistant
                                                                                                                                                                                     Andrew Frolows CertPhoto       Photographer
                                                                                                                          Cameron Krone                  Exhibition designer (on
      James Egan                   Accounts supervisor         Janise Derbyshire             Curatorial assistant
                                                                                                                          BCommMedia AdvDipProdDes       leave)                      Elizabeth Maloney BFA          Photographic librarian
                                                               MA BA DipArts
                                   (on leave)
                                                                                                                          Rosie Cole BDes                Exhibition designer
      Tina Lee                     Accounts supervisor                                                                                                                               Conservation
                                                               Maritime communities                                       Stephen Crane MVisArts         Senior preparator
      Tony Ridgway BA              Accounts officer                                                                                                                                  Jonathan London DipCon         Head of conservation
                                                               Daina Fletcher BA(Hons)       Senior curator               Kevin Bray DipVisArts          Preparator team leader
      Anne De Rosa BBus            Accounts officer                                                                                                                                  Sue Frost AAssDipMatCon        Senior conservator
                                                               Patricia Miles BA             Curator commerce             Adam Laerkesen BAVisArts       Preparator
                                                                                                                                                                                     Caroline Whitley BAppSc        Senior conservator paper
      External relations unit                                  Penny Cuthbert                Senior curator               Peter Buckley BAVisArts        Preparator
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    & photographic materials
                                                               BA DipMusStud                                              DipVisArts
      Bill Richards                Media & communications                                                                                                                            Kathryn Yeates MAppSc          Conservator prevention
      JP BA DipJourn DipPubAdmin   manager                     Lindl Lawton MA BA(Hons)      Curator cost-Federation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    conservation & mixed
                                                                                             immigration ( on leave)
      Shirani Aththas              Promotions assistant                                                                                                                                                             collections
      BA GradDipCommMgt
                                                               Sally Hone BA DipMusStud      Curator post-Federation
                                                                                                                                                                                     Daniel Wardrop BAppSc          Conservator objects,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    mixed collections & metals
                                                               David Payne BA (ID)           Project officer Australian
                                                                                                                                                                                     Victoria Bramwell-Davis        Conservator objects
                                                                                             Register of Historic

                                                                                                                                                                                     Library services

                                                                                                                                                                                     Frances Prentice BA(LibSc)     Manager library services
                                                                                                                                                                                     Jan Harbison BA GradDipLib     Technical services librarian
                                                                                                                                                                                     Gillian Simpson BA DipLib      Librarian
                                                                                                                                                                                     Karen Pymble DipLib            Library technician

                                                                                                                                                                                     Linda Moffatt BA               Library technician
136   04 appendixes 12 APS staff at 30 June 2008                                                                                                                                       04 appendixes 12 APS staff at 30 June 2008   137

       Corporate & operations                                        Capital works & property                                 Commercial & visitor services

      Peter Rout BE(Hons) Naval        Assistant director            Greg Edmondson               Manager, capital works &   Max Dingle                   Assistant director
      Arch MEngSci                     Corporate & operations        CertBusMgt                   property liaison                                        commercial & visitor
      Clare Power                      Project assistant
      GradCertBus DipCom               Corporate & operations        Security                                                Helen Jones                  Project assistant
                                                                     Peter Haggarty JP            Manager security           BA GradDipMusStud            Commercial & visitor
      Louise Curham MFA                Records manager
      Fifi Brown BEd DipTeach          Records assistant
                                                                                                                             HM Bark Endeavour
      Communications & information management services               Steven Adams                 Fleet manager
                                                                     BBus GC MusStud M.ICOMOS
                                                                                                                             Ross Mattson Master IV       Ship manager
      Dianne Churchill                 Manager communications
                                                                     Michael Whetters             Fleet foreman              Anthony Longhurst            Leading hand shipwright/
      BA(Hons) DipEd DipIM             & information
                                                                                                                             CertBoatbldg                 rigger
                                       management                    CertShpbldg

                                                                     Lee Graham Coxswain          Shipwright
      Human resources                                                CertShpbldg

                                                                     Todd Maiden CertBlrmkg       Shipwright                 Susan Bridie                 Marketing manager
      John Miranda BA JP               Manager human resources
                                                                     Matthew Dunn CertShpbldg     Shipwright                 Amanda King BA/BComm         Marketing coordinator (on
      Cindy Fung DipHRM                Manager personnel
                                                                                                                             GradDip (ArtsAdmin)          leave)
                                       services                      Jim Christodoulou            Shipwright
                                                                                                                             Melinda Braun                Marketing coordinator
      Peter Dibb JP                    Personnel officer
                                                                                                                             BBus DipDesign
      Sarah Wilson                     Assistant personnel officer   Dean O’Malley CertBoatbldg   Shipwright (on leave)
                                                                                                                             Liz Tomkinson BCA            Visitor services officer
      Peter Wood MasterMariner         Volunteers manager            Vince McGuire                Shipkeeper
                                                                                                                             Adrian Adam BBus             Members manager
      MAqua DipVolMg
                                                                     Christine Finlay             Shipkeeper
                                                                                                                             Claire Palmer BA             Members service
      Andrew Finlay BA Bsc (Nat        Volunteers assistant          Peter Lightbody              Shipkeeper                                              coordinator
      Hist, CultMusStudies)
                                                                     Coxswain CertBlrmkg
                                                                                                                             Edwina Loiterton BA          Venue hire manager
      Tom Devitt                       Volunteers assistant          Noel Burgess                 Shipkeeper
                                                                                                                             Jan McInnies                 Receptionist
                                                                     Trevor Pike                  Shipkeeper

      Organisational development                                     Warwick Thomson              Fleet hull surveyor        Corporate relations

      Gillian Matthews                 Project manager,                                                                      Amanda Graham                Corporate relations
      BAppSc GradCertPubSectorMgt      organisational                Web development                                                                      manager
                                       development                   Richella King BSc MSc        Manager, web
                                                                                                  development                Publications
      Facilities & support services                                  Karen Roberts BSc            Website coordinator        Jeffrey Mellefont BA DipEd   Publications manager
      Ray McMaster                     Manager museum services
      DipEng AssocDipConMaint

      Ian McKellar                     Building services manager                                                             Visitor services
                                                                                                                             Dominic Mackintosh           Manager visitor services
      Mark Bow CertCarpJoin            Building maintenance                                                                  BA(Hons)                     (on leave)
                                                                                                                             Scott Andrew                 Manager visitor services
      Keith Buckman                    Non-collection assets                                                                 MTeach(Hons) BA
                                                                                                                             Jeffrey Fletcher DipTeach    School programs
      Frank Rossiter                   Storeperson                                                                                                        coordinator
                                                                                                                             Dallas Bicknell              Education officer
                                                                                                                             BA(Hons) DipEd

                                                                                                                             Marina Comino BA             Education officer
                                                                                                                             Carolyn Allen BA MPS         Project officer (on leave)
                                                                                                                             Anne Cowie BA DipED          Project officer
                                                                                                                             Anita Toft MA BVisArts       Visitor programs officer
138                                                                                                                                                                                                                        04 appendixes 13 council members   139

                                                                                                                                  Mrs Eda Ritchie AMusA, GradDipBus (VIC)                     Mrs Nerolie Withnall BA, LLB, FAICD (QLD)
appendix 13                                                                                                                       Term: 26 June 2002–25 June 2005                             Term: 26 June 2002–25 June 2005
                                                                                                                                  26 June 2005–28 August 2007                                 26 June 2005–25 June 2008
council members                                                                                                                   Attended no Council meetings
                                                                                                                                  Coming from a farming and business background, Mrs
                                                                                                                                                                                              Attended three Council meetings
                                                                                                                                                                                              Mrs Withnall is a former partner in corporate law with
                                                                                                                                  Ritchie has had a strong community commitment mainly        Minter Ellison Lawyers. She is a past chair of the
                                                                                                                                  through local government, the arts and as trustee of the    Queensland Museum board and chair of the Brisbane
                                                                                                                                  R E Ross Philanthropic Trust. She is a member of the        Institute. She is a director of Alchemia Ltd, Campbell
                                                                                                                                  council of Melbourne University and a director of the Ian   Brothers Group, Hedley Gaming & Leisure Partners Ltd,
                                                                                                                                  Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne University, Melbourne       the Major Sports Facilities Authority and Pan Australian
       Chairman                                                      Members                                                      University Publishing Pty Ltd and Vapold Pty Ltd. She has   Resources Ltd. She is also a member of the Corporations
                                                                                                                                  worked in natural resource management and coastal           and Markets Advisory Committee, the National Seniors
      Mr Peter Sinclair AM CSC                                      The Hon Brian Gibson AM, BScF, BA, FAICD (TAS)                strategic planning for the Victorian government for over    Foundation, the Takeovers Panel and the University of
      Term: 30 June 2007–29 June 2010                               Term: 26 June 2002–25 June 2005                               10 years.                                                   Queensland Senate.
      Attended four Council meetings                                26 June 2005–25 June 2008
      Peter Sinclair holds qualifications in Applied Science,       Attended four Council meetings                                Dr Andrew Sutherland MB, BS, FRCSC, FRACS, GradDip BA
                                                                                                                                  Term: 14 May 2003–13 May 2006                                Naval Member
      has completed an MBA (Technology Management), and             Brian Gibson was a Liberal senator for Tasmania
      is an associate of the Australian Institute of Company        from 1993 until February 2002. In 1996, he was                14 May 2006–14 May 2009
                                                                                                                                                                                              The naval member holds office at the pleasure of the
      Directors. He is currently a general manager with the         parliamentary secretary to the treasurer and responsible      Attended four Council meetings
                                                                                                                                                                                              Chief of Navy for the duration of his posting as the
      Skilled Group which he joined at the beginning of 2007        for corporations law and the Australian Securities            Dr Andrew Sutherland is Divisional Director (Medical) of
                                                                                                                                                                                              Commander Australian Navy Systems Command, which
      from P&O Ports, following a distinguished career with         Commission. He is a director of Australian Stem Cell          the Division of Surgery at the Women’s and Children’s
                                                                                                                                                                                              includes HR management; initial, specialist, management
      the Australian Defence Force. Peter served in the Royal       Centre Pty Ltd, Environmental Oil Australia Pty Ltd, Mary’s   Hospital in Adelaide. He was educated at St Peter’s
                                                                                                                                                                                              & leadership training; systems safety and certification;
      Australian Navy for 26 years. He held roles in operational,   Grange Inc, Mount Horsefall Holdings Pty Ltd , S D Reid       College and the University of Adelaide, graduating MB, BS
                                                                                                                                                                                              security policy and services; technical regulation; port
      strategic and senior line management across a wide            Holdings Pty Ltd and Talent 2 International Ltd.              (1967) and Grad Dip Bus Admin (2000). He is a Fellow
                                                                                                                                                                                              services; command of all shore bases; ceremonial;
      range of disciplines. These roles included the command                                                                      of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada and the
                                                                                                                                                                                              museum and heritage collection management; and the
                                                                    Ms Gaye Hart AM, BA, MEd, DEd (honoris causa, University of   Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is Councillor
      of three submarines: HMAS Otway (1992), HMAS                                                                                                                                            operation of the Australian Navy Cadets.
                                                                    Newcastle), FACE, FAICD (NSW)                                 and President (2007/2008) of the Royal Australian
      Collins (1994–96), and HMAS Waller (1999), command
                                                                    Term: 14 May 2003–13 May 2006                                 College of Surgeons, a director of Orthopaedics SA,         CDRE Peter Jones AM DSC RAN
      of the Submarine Task Group (2001–02) and head of
                                                                    14 May 2006–14 May 2009                                       Kingston Aviation Pty Ltd and a member of various           Term: 28 July 2007–20 September 2007
      the Operations Division for the Commander Australian
                                                                    Attended two Council meetings                                 medical professional associations. He is a keen amateur     Attended one Council meeting
      Theatre in 2003. As the first commanding officer of the
                                                                    Gaye Hart’s last position was director of the Hunter          maritime historian and yachtsman.                           Commodore Jones’ distinguished naval career
      Collins class submarine he was awarded a Conspicuous
                                                                    Institute of TAFE NSW. She is a director of the Newcastle                                                                 dates back to 1974. His shore-based postings have
      Service Cross. In 2002 he became the first Australian                                                                       Ms Mary-Louise Williams MA (NSW)
                                                                    Port Corporation, and a member of the Foreign Minister’s                                                                  included research officer to the Chief of Naval Staff,
      submariner to command a multinational surface task                                                                          Term: 9 November 2000–8 November 2003
                                                                    International Aid Advisory Council and the Hunter New                                                                     director Doctrine, Tactics and Operational Analysis
      group at war. For his service he was appointed as a                                                                         9 November 2003–8 November 2006
                                                                    England Area Health Advisory Council. In June 1989 she                                                                    at the Canadian Forces Maritime Warfare Centre,
      Member of the Order of Australia in 2003.                                                                                   9 November 2006– 8 November 2008
                                                                    was awarded membership of the Order of Australia (AM)                                                                     commander operations in Maritime Headquarters
                                                                    for her services to the community particularly through        Attended four Council meetings
                                                                                                                                                                                              and director of Naval Strategy and Futures in Naval
                                                                    Australia’s Bicentennial celebrations, and in 2001 she        Ms Williams began her career at the Australian
                                                                                                                                                                                              Headquarters. His sea-going postings have included
                                                                    was awarded a Centenary of Federation medal for her           National Maritime Museum as senior curator in 1988,
                                                                                                                                                                                              executive officer of HMAS Sydney, command of HMAS
                                                                    work in overseas aid.                                         then became assistant director responsible for the
                                                                                                                                                                                              Melbourne, commander Australian Surface Task Group
                                                                                                                                  Collections and Exhibitions branch two years later. She
                                                                                                                                                                                              and command of the RAN Task Group in the Gulf. He
                                                                    Emeritus Professor John Penrose AssAppSc (PTC),               was appointed director in November 2000 following a
                                                                                                                                                                                              has a strong interest in naval strategic and historical
                                                                    PhD (City, London) (WA)                                       10-month period acting in the position. Ms Williams was
                                                                                                                                                                                              affairs and has contributed to Janes Fighting Ships and
                                                                    Term: 18 December 2003–17 December 2006                       previously director of the NSW branch of the Museums
                                                                                                                                                                                              other publications. He holds a BA and MA and is also a
                                                                    22 March 2007–21 March 2010                                   Association of Australia. She is a past member and
                                                                                                                                                                                              graduate of the Advanced Management Program at the
                                                                    Attended four Council meetings                                then chairperson of the NSW Cultural Grants Advisory
                                                                                                                                                                                              Harvard Business School.
                                                                    Professor Penrose was the founding director of Curtin         Council, former president of the Museums Association
                                                                    University’s Centre for Marine Science and Technology.        of Australia and was an inaugural board member then
                                                                    His research interests are in marine science and              chair of Museums and Galleries NSW. She is currently the
                                                                    technology, particularly marine acoustics, oceanography,      vice-president of the International Congress of Maritime
                                                                    remote sensing and maritime archaeology. He is an             Museums, the deputy chair of the Visions of Australia
                                                                    honorary associate of the Western Australian Museum,          Commonwealth Government grant program, a member
                                                                    a member of both the Maritime Archaeology Advisory            of the Executive of the Council of Australasian Museum
                                                                    Committee WAM and the WA Marine Parks and Reserves            Directors and a director of the De Quincey Company, the
                                                                    Authority. Professor Penrose was the founder in 1970 of       Foundation for the Preservation of Captain Cook’s Ships,
                                                                    the Perth welfare association Volunteer Task Force.           the Australian National Maritime Foundation and the
                                                                    He has been an active diver and sailor in Australian          American Friends of the ANMM.
                                                                    waters for over four decades.
140   04 appendixes 13 council members                                                                                                                                        141

      RADM Stephen Gilmore AM CSC RAN
      Term: began 21 September 2007                                appendix 14
      Attended two Council meetings
      Rear Admiral Steve Gilmore joined the RAN as a junior
      entry cadet midshipman in 1977. He is a seaman/
                                                                   council meetings and committees
      warfare officer specialist and has held a variety of
      seagoing appointments including command of the ANZAC
      class frigate HMAS Arunta in 2000–01 and on operational
      service as the Coalition Task Force Commander in the
      North Arabian Gulf during 2005. He has also served
      on exchange postings with the British Royal Navy and            2007–08 meetings                                          Marketing, Programs & Sponsorship Committee
      in the United States. Promoted to captain in 2001, he
      undertook defence and strategic studies at the Australian      Meeting no 88      29 August 2007                         Met four times.
      Defence College during 2002 and graduated Master of            Meeting no 89      28 November 2007                       Members / attendance:
      Arts. Captain Gilmore was director of maritime combat
      development at Australian Defence Headquarters from            Meeting no 90      7 March 2008                           Ms Gaye Hart / 2
      December 2002 working on the acquisition of future             Meeting no 91      28 May 2008                            Dr Andrew Sutherland / 4
      ships and combat systems. Promoted Commodore in
      January 2005, he was appointed director-general of navy                                                                  Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4
      strategic policy and futures, generating the RAN’s 20-year      Finance & Audit Committee
                                                                                                                               Others / attendance:
      strategic plan and future operating concept. He became         Met four times.*
      commander in Navy Systems Command in September                                                                           Mr Max Dingle, ANMM (Secretary) / 4
      2007. Commodore Gilmore was promoted to rear admiral           Members / attendance:
      in June 2008. He is a fellow of the Centre for Defence         The Hon Brian Gibson / 4                                   Collections & Exhibitions Committee
      and Strategic Studies and a member of the Australian
      Institute of Company Directors.                                Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4                               Met four times.

                                                                     Others / attendance:                                      Members / attendance:

                                                                     Ms Joan Miller, ANMM (Secretary) / 4                      Mrs Nerolie Withnall / 3

                                                                     Mr Peter Rout, ANMM / 4                                   Prof John Penrose / 4

                                                                     Mr Russell Smylie, ANMM / 4                               Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4

                                                                     Mr John Miranda, ANMM / 1                                 Others / attendance:

                                                                     Mr Graham Johnson, Australian National Audit Office / 4   Mr Michael Crayford, ANMM (Secretary) / 4

                                                                     Mr Ben Owens, Oakton AA Services/ 1
                                                                                                                                Fleet Committee
                                                                      Major Capital Works Committee                            Met three times.

                                                                     Met four times.                                           Members / attendance:

                                                                     Members / attendance:                                     RADM Stephen Gilmore / 2

                                                                     Mr John Rothwell / 4                                      CDRE Peter Jones / 1

                                                                     Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 4                               Dr Andrew Sutherland / 2
                                                                     Mrs Nerolie Withnall / 4                                  Ms Mary-Louise Williams / 3

                                                                     Others / attendance:                                      Others / attendance:

                                                                     Mr Greg Edmondson, ANMM (Secretary) / 4                   Mr Peter Rout, ANMM (Secretary) / 3

                                                                     Mr Peter Rout, ANMM / 4                                   Mr Steven Adams, ANMM / 3

                                                                     *The committee also held one teleconference
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appendix 15                                                    appendix 16
australian national maritime foundation                        sponsors, patrons and supporters

       Chairman                                                   Principal Sponsor                      Project Sponsors                      Founding Patrons

      Mr Bill Cutbush                                            ANZ                                    3M                                    Alcatel Australia
      Company director
                                                                 Australian Customs Service             ABLOY Australia                       ANL Limited

       Directors                                                 State Forest of NSW                    ANL Container Line Pty Ltd            Ansett Airfreight

                                                                                                        Cathay Pacific Cargo                  Bovis Lend Lease
      Mr Peter Sinclair am CSC
                                                                  Major Sponsors
      Chairman, Australian National Maritime Museum                                                     CGEA Transport Sydney                 BP Australia
                                                                 Akzo Nobel
      The Hon Peter Collins AM RFD QC                                                                   Crawford Partners Architects          Bruce & Joy Reid Foundation
      Chairman, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare;      Blackmores Ltd
                                                                                                        CSIRO                                 Doyle’s Seafood Restaurant
      Commander in the Naval Reserve
                                                                 Raytheon Australia Pty Ltd
                                                                                                        Department of Foreign Affairs         Howard Smith Limited
      Miss Kay Cottee AO
                                                                 Spotless                               & Trade
      Record-making solo sailor; former chairman, Australian                                                                                  James Hardie Industries
      National Maritime Museum                                   Tenix Pty Ltd                          Forrest Training
                                                                                                                                              PG, TG & MG Kailis
      Mr Peter Dexter AM                                                                                Harbourside Darling Harbour
                                                                  Sponsors                                                                    National Australia Bank
      Chairman, Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Region Oceania
                                                                                                        Lloyd’s Register Asia
                                                                 Abloy Security                                                               P&O Nedlloyd Ltd
      Captain Trevor Haworth AM
                                                                                                        Maritime Union of Australia
      Executive chairman, Captain Cook Cruises                                                                                                Telstra
                                                                 Australian Maritime Safety Authority
                                                                                                        Maxwell Optical Industries
      Mr Rob Mundle                                                                                                                           Westpac Banking Corporation
                                                                 Bill and Jean Lane
      Author and journalist                                                                             Mercantile Mutual Holdings
                                                                 BT Australasia                                                               Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
      Ms Mary-Louise Williams                                                                           Penrith Lakes Development Corp
                                                                 Centenary of Federation                                                      Zim Shipping Australasia
      Director, Australian National Maritime Museum
                                                                                                        Philips Electronics Australia
                                                                 Institution of Engineers Australia
                                                                                                        SBS                                    Donors
                                                                 Louis Vuitton
                                                                                                        Scandinavian Airlines                 Grant Pirrie Gallery
      Mr Russell Smylie
                                                                 Speedo Australia
      Australian National Maritime Museum                                                               SDV (Australia) Pty Ltd               State Street Australia
                                                                 Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
                                                                                                        Shell Companies in Australia

                                                                                                        Sydney by Sail

                                                                                                        Visions of Australia – Commonwealth

                                                                                                        Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation
144                                                                                                                                                                                                                              145

appendix 17                                                                                                      appendix 18
corporate and supporting Members                                                                                 Taipan project donors

       Corporate Members at 30 June 08                         Supporting Members (>$100)                          Our appeal for funds for the restoration of the late Ben   Anonymous                                $250.00
                                                                                                                   Lexcen’s revolutionary 1959 18-foot skiff Taipan was
      Ferris Skrzynski & Associates P/l             Admiral   Allsop, Mr James                        $200.00                                                                 Ronald Walker                            $100.00
                                                                                                                   to enable us to research, document and restore this
      Art Exhibitions Australia Limited             Captain   Alonzo, Mrs Kay                         $100.00      important museum collection vessel. The project is a       Anonymous                           $10,000.00
                                                                                                                   tribute to this Australian genius of yacht design who      Peter McCallum                           $500.00
      Svitzer Australasia                           Captain   Brown, Mr Raymond                       $100.00
                                                                                                                   changed the face of the Australian 18-foot skiff racing
      Maritime Worker’s Credit Union                Captain   Calmyre, Mr David                       $110.00      scene, and later the America’s Cup.                        Richard Coxon                             $50.00

      Naval Association of Aust.                    Captain   Chapman, Mr Ken                         $200.00      Carl & Alysoun Ryves                     $500.00           Joan Mellefont                           $100.00

      Thales Underwater Systems Pty Ltd             Captain   Daniell AM, Mr John V                   $100.00      John Hamilton                             $25.00           William Ferris                           $500.00

      Asiaworld Shipping Service                    Captain   David, Mrs Anne                         $340.00      York Investment Trust                $10,000.00            Anonymous                                $200.00

      HMAS Vampire Association                      Captain   Gibson, Mr John                         $200.00      Mary Bergstrom                           $100.00           Mark Anderson                            $200.00

      DSTO – Aeronautical & Maritime Research       Captain   Glass, Captain John Alexander           $100.00      Andrew Curtin                            $100.00           Scott Kaufman                        $1,000.00
      Laboratory                                                                                                                                                              Mark Peelgrane Memorial              $3,668.61
                                                              Grasso, Ms Margaret & Antonio           $100.00      Alan Bond (Pointdale Pty Ltd)        $25,000.00
      Sydney Pilot Service Pty Ltd                  Captain                                                                                                                   Anonymous                            $1,000.00
                                                              Hansen, Miss Linda                      $140.00      David & Janet Boult                       $50.00
      Zim Shipping Australasia P/L                  Captain                                                                                                                   Alison Duncan                             $26.00
                                                              Henderson, Mr Bill                      $100.00      Anonymous                            $10,000.00
      Maritime Union of Australia CNSW Branch       Captain                                                                                                                   A McGhie                                 $100.00
                                                              Hoekstra, Rev William                   $100.00      Tony Manford                             $500.00
      Middle Harbour Yacht Club                     Captain
                                                              Lloyd, Mr & Mrs Ian & Alison            $200.00      Jon Simpson                              $100.00
      HMAS Watson Ships Fund                        Captain                                                                                                                   In-kind donations (goods and services)
                                                              Loewenthal, Ms Anne                     $140.00      Bill Peacock & Jack Summers            $1,000.00
      HMAS Kuttabul                                 Captain                                                                                                                   Craig Whitworth Equipment
                                                              Mitchelhill, Mr Phillip                 $100.00      Robert O Albert                        $5,000.00
      Royal Caribbean & Celebrity Cruises Int       Captain                                                                                                                   Martin Burke Sailcloth
                                                              Monfries, Mr & Mrs William & Marilyn    $200.00      Paul Mulhearn                          $1,000.00
      HMAS Newcastle                                Captain                                                                                                                   Howard Lambourne Signwriter
                                                              Murray, Mr & Mrs John & Betty           $100.00      Yvonne Lexcen                          $1,000.00
      Regimental Trust Fund, Victoria Barracks      Captain                                                                                                                   Jack Hamilton Sailmaker
                                                              Norfor, Mr John                         $150.00      James Hawkins                          $1,000.00
      Penrith Returned Services League              Captain                                                                                                                   Rag and Famish Hotel North Sydney
                                                              Ritchie, Mr & Mrs David & Diana        $1,000.00     Ian McCrossin                          $1,000.00
      Australia Japan Cable Ltd                     Captain
                                                              Stoke, Mr Nigel                         $240.00      Andrew Hunn                            $1,000.00
      Pivod Technologies Pty Ltd                    Captain
                                                              Talman, Mr Ben                          $100.00      J G & G E Bagshaw                        $300.00
      HMAS Creswell                                 Captain
                                                              Thompson, Mr Bill                       $100.00      John Rivers                              $500.00
      Maruschka Loupis & Associates                 Captain
                                                              Tysoe, Mr Ross                          $100.00      Anonymous                                $200.00
      Hapag Lloyd (Australia) PL                 Commodore
                                                              Witten, Mr Arthur Charles               $100.00      Denis O’Neil                         $10,000.00
      (CP Ships (UK) Ltd)
                                                                                                                   Gary Bogard                            $1,000.00
      Trace Personnel                            Commodore
                                                                                                                   John Blanchfield                          $50.00
                                                                                                                   Anonymous                                $100.00
                                                                                                                   Max Withnall                           $1,000.00
                                                                                                                   R & M Fielder                             $30.00
                                                                                                                   Ron Jenyns                               $100.00
                                                                                                                   Trygve Halvorsen                         $500.00
                                                                                                                   Sir James Hardy                          $300.00
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                                                                                                         Tony Fletcher        Joy Hanson-Acason   Derek James          Jill Li                     John Mees
appendix 19                                                                                              Noelene Forrest      Wendy Hardiman      Roslyn Jan           John Lind                   Peter Mellor

volunteers 2007–08                                                                                       Brian Forster        Tobin Harding       Ian Jenkins          Carolyn Little              Andy Michel

                                                                                                         Geoffrey Francis     Peter Hardy         Peter Jennings       Terry Lloyd                 Harry Miller

                                                                                                         Neill Francis        Dorothy Harpley     Jan Jensen           Les Lockyer                 Natasha Miller

                                                                                                         Roy Freere           Malcolm Harrild     John Jewell          Roslyn Lockyer              Ron Miller

                                                                                                         Andrew French        Jane Harris         Alf Johnson          June Lossius                Byron Mitchell
       Volunteers at ANMM, Darling Harbour                                                               Peter French         Jon Harris          Heather Johnson      Ken Lucan                   Maureen Mitchell

      Warwick Abadee       Ian Betenson       David Bruderlin      Alan Collins       Margaret Dolling   Greg Frewer          Keith Harrison      John Jones           Bob Macoun                  Tony Mockler

      Arnold Abicht        Estelle Billing    Patti Buckingham     Jim Colvin         Leonie Doorey      Brian Frizell        Chris Harry         Chandra Jothy        Eric Maddock                Myles Mooney

      Steve Adamantidis    Marilyn Blackett   John Buckland        Lyn Comber         Vincent Dorahy     Lou Fuller           Dudley Hartgrove    Gabriella Kaldy      Paul Maile                  David C Moore

      Harold Adolphe       John Blanchfield   Greg Buddle          Amanda Connolly    Carol Dose         Bobby Gallie         Aaron Haugh         David Kane           Maxine Makaroff             David H Moore

      Merinda Air          Peter Bleeck       Pam Burden           John Connor        Chris Doucas       Brian Gallie         David Hayes         Des Kelly            Rex Malin                   Elizabeth More

      Ena Alcorn           Beth Bliss         Sue Bush             John Cooper        Colin Douglas      Stephen Gapps        Patricia Hayes      Keith Kennedy        Hailey Mannell              Brian Moules

      Ben Anarene          David Bliss        John.L Butler        Gail Corkin        Roy Dow            Aileen-Lee Gardner   Breck Hayward       John Kent            Erin Marden                 David Mueller

      Geoff Anderson       David Bloom        Sam Calandra         Robert Corkin      Harry Downie       Noreen-Lee Gardner   Jennifer Heap       Richard Keyes        Nik Margerrison             Jill Mueller

      Ian Anstee           Ian Boland         Ian Campbell         John Corry         Les Draper         Allan Garrick        John Henry          Bob Killingsworth    Christian Martin            Tony Muir

      Myf Appleton         Alex Books         MaryAlice Campbell   Barry Costa        Xavier Droulers    Peter Gerrey         Bob Hetherington    Joan Killingsworth   John Martin                 Ross Muller

      Grant Arbuthnot      John Booth         Ray Carden           Don Coulter        John Duckworth     John Gibbins         Bill Hill           John King            June Martin                 Valda Muller

      Sharon Armour        David Boult        Brian Carney         Ken Cox            Michael Duffett    Tony Gibbs           Frank Hines         Kev King             Stephen Martin              Maggie Muncaster

      Matthew Ashby        Colin Bowes        Max Carrick          Ron Coyle          Peter Dzubiel      Col Gibson           Christine Hodge     Colin Kline          Erika Martinez              Charles Murphy

      Gwen Ashcroft        Tim Bowra          Adam Carter          Leon Cremer        John Ebner         Belinda Gilbert      Clive Hoffman       Lewis Klipin         Robert Matchett             Alwyn Murray

      Ann Asker            Ron Bowrey         Marion Carter        Peter Cribb        Alex Edwards       Robert Goode         Phil Hogan          Alfred Knight        Casimiro Mattea             Hugh Murray

      Barry Astle          Colin Boyd         Mary Champion        Rodney Crocket     Antonia Edwards    Rose Goodfellow      Michelle Holland    Catherine Kyle       Jack McBurney               Miranda Natecki

      Peter Baker          Frank Boyd         Peter Chan           Pat Cullen         Doug Edwards       Eddie Gordon         Chris Hordern       Concettina Lagana    Phil McColl                 Barry Nesbitt

      Vivian Balmer        Kel Boyd           Laura Chandler       David Cunningham   Andrew Ellis       Jim Gordon           Joe Horinek         John Laing           Hugh McCormack              Chiu Ng

      George Bambagiotti   Jim Bradman        Kian Cheng           Geoff Curphey      Ron Ellis          Tim Gordon           Raymond Horsey      Robert Lamb          Bob McCormick               Linh Nguyen

      Juliette Banerjee    Doug Bradshaw      Yan Cheng            Silvia Da Rocha    John Elphick       Ron Gray             Mal Horsfall        Nick Lampe           Tony McCurdy                Paul Nichols

      Colin Barnes         Derrick Brand      Victor Chiang        Matt Daaboul       John Emdin         Ted Gray             Harry Howell        Terry Lancaster      Margaret McDonald           Frank Nimmett

      Jeff Barrow          David Brawn        Fung Chow            Tom Dalton         Rob Everett        Margaret Grimes      Bruce Howland       Alex Lang            Robert McGeorge             Nik Nimpradit

      Lucinda Bartram      Merv Bray          Les Church           Bert Danon         Bill Ewer          Douglas Grinter      Warwick Howse       Roger Langsworth     Frank McHale                Mal Oates

      Chris Barwick        Chris Bremner      Helen Churven        Michael Davis      Lorraine Ewer      Twishi Gulati        Susan Huang         Laurie Larcombe      Lyn McHale                  Clem O’Donoghue

      Lyndyl Beard         Bob Bright         Valerie Cibej        Caroline Davy      Grant Eyre         Leslie Gulliver      Euan Huggett        Brock Lawes          Robert McInally             Frank O’Dwyer

      Keith Beattie        Graham Brissett    Bob Clampett         Ken Deere          Ken Fair           Janet Halliday       Charles Hughes      Jon Lawrence         Ron McJannett               John O’Grady

      Roslyn Bedford       Ric Broniman       Geoff Clarke         Jim Dennis         Bill Fairbanks     Kyran Hamilton       Don Humphrey        Terri Lawrence       Jeanette McKenzie           Clint Oliver

      Chris Bell           Dolores Brooker    Lawrence Clarke      John Dickenson     Ken Fallon         George Hancock       Ethel Humphreys     Owen Laws            Ken McKenzie                Eric Olufson

      David Bell           Mary Brookes       Ro Clarke            Ross Dickinson     Nathan Farrow      Trish Hanlon         Peter Hunt          John Lea             Sheila McLean               Arthur Ongley

      Bob Bellini          Norm Brooks        Murray Claydon       Jim Dillon         Jeanette Felton    Gordon Hannam        Warren Hyslop       David Leach          Anthony                     Barry O’Regan
      Peter Bennett        George Brown       Helen Clift          Dixie Dixon        Diane Finlay       Shirley Hannam       Dick Ineson         Paul Levin                                       Bob Osborne
                                                                                                                                                                       Ken McRorie
      Annia Betenson       Tony Brown         Barrie Cole          Patrick Dodd       Tony Fisher        Brian Hansford       Lynne Jacobson      Derek Lewis                                      John Oxley
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                                                                                               Regional Volunteers

      Maureen Pacewicz           Graham Roe         Barry Squires        Graham Walton        Andrew Anastasios      Bill Ellemor         Peter Matanle        Adrian Rhodes               Monissa Whiteley

      John Palmer                Doug Rogers        Bill Starkey         Michael Warren       Murray Anderson        Matthew Fitzgibbon   Peter McCabe         Paul Roberts                Jeff Whittington

      Eugene Pamenter            Helen Rogerson     John Steel           Angela Watson        Marcel Arias           Elizabeth Frank      Jim McIntosh         Richard Rogers              Ian Wild

      John Papenhuyzen           Ray Rogerson       Geoffrey Steer       Elizabeth Watts      Janet Aveyard          Rupert French        Kevin McIntosh       David Rout                  Alastair Will

      Barry Parekh               Ab Rootliep        Narelle Steer        Malcolm Webb         John Aveyard           Michael Fruin        Irene Meager         Tony Ruth                   Elizabeth Williams

      Jenny Patel                John Rosenblum     Barbara Stein        John Weekes          Barbara Baker          Jason Gale           Steve Merson         Charles Sapsford            Rex Williams

      Arthur Pearce              Barney Ross        Heather Stevens      Denis Weekley        Peter Barker           Denis George         Gary Meyers          Irene Schaffer              Jack Woods

      Gervase Pearce             Geoff Rowlands     John Stevens         Bryant Wendt         Robert Barnes          Ann Gibson           Ron Miller           Shirley Schlesinger         Marilyn Anne Wright

      George Pepperall           John Rudge         Michael Stevens      Jeannette Wheildon   Roger Bartlett         Debbie Gibson        Austin Mills         Michael Shreeve             Gordon Youett

      Win Pereira                Geoff Ruggles      Verlie Stevenson     Berman White         Nigel Beeke            Lynette Giddings     Don Mitchell         Peter Slattery              Maggie Youett

      Patrick Perry-Bolt         Shahreen Rumpa     Jennifer Summers     Des White            Geoff Bennett          Margaret Gilligan    Jeffrey Moore        Graeme Smethurst

      Ray Peterson               Jan Russell        Max Surman-Smith     Bryan Wildash        Ronald Bergman         Erin Giulieri        John Murphy          Alan Smith

      Noel Phelan                Peter Russell      Ted Talbot           Eric Willcock        Penny Blight           Stanley Glowacki     Robert Newbury       Cyril Smith

      Robin Pidd                 Terry Ryan         Harry Tallack        Herman Willemsen     Alan Bold              Walter Grahame       Ken Newton           Kenneth Smith

      Trevor Pike                Joy Salvetti       Warwick Tame         David Williams       Karl Borth             Geoffrey Grant       Denis O’Reilly       Bill Snooks

      Lesley Pinnington          Stephen Schmidt    Janice Taylor        David E Williams     David Boucher          Ross Grenfell        Danielle Ostarek-    Jack Spencer
      Paul Pisani                Trevor Schwab      Vera Taylor          Peter Williamson     Rex Brady              Peter Hansen                              Mary Spencer
                                                                                                                                          John B Palmer
      Judy Powell                Ross Scott         Jeff Thompson        Bill Wilson          Duncan Brookes         Margaret Henry                            John Spooner
                                                                                                                                          John Parton
      Kerrie Powell              Shane Scott        Alex Thornton        Graeme Wilson        Pieter Buining         Barbara Hewitt                            Mark Stephenson
                                                                                                                                          Bill Paul
      Len Price                  Peter Scutts       Eric Tilt            Norman Wilson        John Buxton-Rella      Paul Heyward                              Jessemy Stone
                                                                                                                                          Ian Pearce
      Owen Ramjan                John Shaw          Geoffrey Tonkin      Peter Wilson         Bernard Carr           John Hillman                              Anthea Swann
                                                                                                                                          James Pearson
      Ken Raven                  Narelle Sheridan   Carrie Towers        John Wilton          Gifford Causon         Tess Hocking                              Barbara Sweet
                                                                                                                                          Bruce Phillips
      Ron Ray                    Ken Sherwell       Peter Trace          Lee Witcombe         Peter Chalk            Diana Howard                              John Thomas
                                                                                                                                          Geoff Phillips
      Russell Rea                Herb Shields       Victor Treleaven     John Withers         Barry Chambers         Alana Hulme                               Shane Thompson
                                                                                                                                          Mirabai Phillips
      Leonard Regan              Anabela Silveira   Madilina Tresca      David Wood           Tricia Confoy          Ching-Ho Hung                             Rob Thornton
                                                                                                                                          John Pinel
      John Reid                  Margaret Simpson   Maxine Troop         Ian Wood             John Coombs            Ricky Hung                                Lyndon Thurlow
                                                                                                                                          Julie Pinel
      Tony Reid                  Ron Sinclair       Guy Tuplin           Peter Woods          Dennis Croft           Pamela Jacobs                             Gary Towart
                                                                                                                                          Helen Pochojka
      Alfred Reitano             Jason Skiathitis   Ann Usher            John Worth           Barrie Dallas          Jalal Jazayeri                            Charles Trafford
                                                                                                                                          Kevin Pope
      Cheryl Riley               Brian Skingsley    Peter van Brink      Annie Wrenn          Kay Davies             Phillip Johnson                           Judy Tremayne
                                                                                                                                          Robin Porte
      Judith Roach               Joy Smart          Liesl van de Weyer   Anita Wright         Diane Davis            Phyl Kerridge                             Pam Tucker
                                                                                                                                          Bill Potts
      Jane Roberts               Brian Smith        Jan van den Broek    Tom Wright           Jonothan Davis         Arthur Knight                             Nazim Tuncay
                                                                                                                                          Ian Powell
      Mick Roberts               Gerry Smith        David van Kool       John York            William Dowd           Horst Koerner                             Eddie Utberg
                                                                                                                                          Jim Poynter
      Jay Robertson              Ian Smith          Frank Van            Leigh Youdale        Ray Dowell             Trudy Lamberton                           Bob Vellacott
                                                    Roosmalen                                                                             Sally Rackham
      Martin Robertson           Kevin Smith                             Rob Young            Brian Dowse            Gerald Latham                             Con Vervaart
                                                    Mia Van Roosmalen                                                                     Daniel Ralph
      Charles Robinson           M. Ruth Smith                           Vivian Yu            Joanna Dowse           Kathleen Le Feure                         John Villanti
                                                    Imeldo Ventura                                                                        Stephanie Rawlings
      Dorothy Robinson           Rick Smith                              Victor Zonca         Marion Dowsett         Helen Leach                               Elizabeth Walker
                                                    Riet Vroegh                                                                           Wally Rawlings
      Jessica Robinson           Amy Spets                                                    John Drew              Hannah Lee                                Keith Webb
                                                    Derek Walker                                                                          Helen Reis
      Don Robson                 Ray Spinks                                                   Jane Dykstra           George Lynn                               David Wharington
                                                    Derek Walsh                                                                           John Renney
      Helen Rodewijk             Ross Spirou                                                  David Edward           Robyn Marsden                             Jenny White
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appendix 20                                                                        appendix 21
volunteer speakers panel                                                           consultants

      The Speakers Panel is a group of museum volunteers                             1,197 consultants, contractors and providers delivered
      who deliver talks to community service clubs and other                         services to the museum to a total value of $16,782,242.
      organisations on the museum and its activities. In the
                                                                                     Of this total, 71 were consultants providing services to a
      last financial year a review of the panel’s procedures
                                                                                     total value of $1,372,249. Consultants who were paid in
      commenced, to ensure the panel makes full use of
                                                                                     excess of $10,000, and the areas in which they provided
      available museum resources and technologies. The panel
                                                                                     services, appear below. The details of consultants
      is looking to further expand its activities into regional New
                                                                                     providing services below $10,000, a summary of the
      South Wales.
                                                                                     museum’s policy on the selection and engagement of
      There were 21 visits in the last financial year, the same                      consultants, and the basis of selection of consultants
      number as in the previous year.                                                engaged during the year, are available on request.

      Organisation                                    Speaker               Date     Contractor                                    Service provided            Amount
      Greek Orthodox Youth Group                      Warwick Abadee    06/07/07     Accessibility Solutions (NSW) Pty Ltd         Disability action plan     $18,700
      Lions Club of Bondi                             Warwick Abadee    10/07/07     Artisan Group Australia Pty Ltd               IT services               $259,933
      Barra Brui Probus Club, Lindfield               Lewis Klipin      27/07/07     Asset Technologies Pacific                    Contract evaluation        $24,540
      Botany Bay Family History Society               Bob Matchett      01/08/07     Austen Kaupe                                  Design                     $32,059
      Gosford Blue Waters Probus Club                 Warwick Abadee    23/08/07     Australian Govt Solicitor                     Legal services            $205,509
      The Grange Retirement Village                   Warwick Abadee    01/09/07     Australian National Audit Office              Audit services             $38,060
      Wahroonga Probus Club                           Brian Skingsley   13/09/07     Cox Richardson                                Design                     $49,722
      Friends of Linwood Historic House               Brian Skingsley   14/10/07     Crawford MGA Pty Ltd                          Design                     $95,005
      Mollymook Combined Probus                       Terry Ryan        26/10/07     Docker Smith Pty Ltd                          Engineering                $71,140
      Lane Cove Rotary Club                           Warwick Abadee    30/10/07     Eclipse Group Pty Ltd                         IT services                $19,594
      Burns Bay Men’s Probus Club                     Warwick Abadee    14/02/08     Firefly Interactive                           IT and design services     $15,702
      Mount Colah Mixed Probus                        Terry Ryan        25/02/08     Inspire Risk Management                       OH&S services              $41,752
      Milton Ulladulla War Widows Association         Terry Ryan        28/02/08     Jones Lang Lasalle                            Business planning          $10,819
      Rotary Club of Turramurra                       Warwick Abadee    08/04/08     Low & Hooke (Aust) Pty Ltd                    Engineering                $65,443
      Men’s Probus Club of Lane Cove                  Warwick Abadee    10/04/08     Meyer Photo & Video Productions Pty Ltd       Audiovisual & IT           $62,640
      National Seniors – Penrith Chapter              Peter Haggarty    04/05/08     Oakton AA Services Pty Ltd                    Audit services             $38,252
      Bradfield Probus Club                           Graham Roe        26/05/08     Spatchurst Design Associates                  Design                     $22,724
      Montefiore Randwick Retirement Home             Warwick Abadee    01/06/08     Starfish Advertising & Design                 Design                     $85,918
      St Ives Probus Club                             Terry Ryan        16/06/08     Value Sourcing                                IT services                $31,769
      Royal Australian Historical Society             Warwick Abadee    17/06/08     VOS Group P/L                                 Engineering                $15,950
      Rose Bay Lapis Retirement Home                  Warwick Abadee    30/06/08     Wendy Osmond                                  Design                     $16,978
                                                                                     Total                                                                  $1,222,209
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appendix 22
customer service charter

      The Customer Service Charter is available to visitors          What we provide                                               Tell us what you think
      on arrival at the museum foyers and is available on
      the museum website at              •	 An	accessible	maritime	cultural	heritage	resource	         We welcome your suggestions for improving our services,
      cfm?u=342. Staff and volunteers are made aware of the            developed and maintained to the highest professional       and provide a variety of ways for you to communicate with
      charter and its objectives through their induction and           standards.                                                 us. We will pass your message to the person who can act
      training.                                                                                                                   on it, and aim to resolve any problems promptly. We are
                                                                    •	 Relevant	exhibitions	and	programs	that	educate,	
                                                                                                                                  committed to regular museum user surveys and research
      Our primary focus is to our visitors and other users of the      entertain and reflect community needs and values.
                                                                                                                                  to ensure we are meeting your needs.
      museum and we aim at all times to provide high-quality        •	 Services	extended	as	widely	as	possible	throughout	
      external and internal service.                                                                                              Here are some of the ways you can communicate with us:
                                                                       Australia and abroad.
                                                                                                                                  •	 Speak	to	a	staff	member	in	person.	All	staff,	including	
       Who we are                                                    Our service standards                                           the director and senior management, take turns
                                                                                                                                     attending the information desk
      We aim to be the prime cultural resource for developing       The museum is committed to providing services to all its
      the community’s knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment                                                                       •	 Complete	the	comments	book	in	the	museum	foyer,	
                                                                    customers, both external and internal, in a way that is
      of Australia’s relationship with its waterways and the sea.                                                                    which is reviewed regularly and responded to where
                                                                    courteous, equitable, prompt, professional and ethical.
      We will achieve this by:                                                                                                       possible
                                                                    To the fullest extent our resources allow, we will provide:
      •	 Providing	the	highest	standards	of	service                                                                               •	 Express	your	views	on	the	subjects	we	feature	in	
                                                                    •	 Courteous,	well-trained	and	knowledgeable	staff	at	all	
                                                                                                                                     exhibitions at a discussion point in our galleries from
      •	 Generating	the	widest	understanding	and	enjoyment	            levels
                                                                                                                                     time to time
         of maritime history by creating exciting products and      •	 A	safe,	clean	and	accessible	environment
         programs that inform and entertain                                                                                       •	 Fill	in	a	formal	complaint	form	at	our	information	desk
                                                                    •	 Quality	services	to	all	segments	of	our	community
      •	 Fostering	the	care	and	research	of	Australia’s	cultural	                                                                 •	 Contact	our	Customer	Services	manager	on	
         and material maritime heritage, in particular the          •	 Up-to-date	information	about	our	products	and	                02 9298 3777 fax 02 9298 3780
         National Maritime Collection                                  services
                                                                                                                                  •	 Write	to	us	at	GPO	Box	5131	Sydney	NSW	2000.	
      •	 Enhancing	the	level	of	recognition	of	the	museum	as	a	     •	 Prompt,	efficient	and	accurate	responses	to	enquiries         We strive to reply within 14 days
         dynamic cultural institution.                              •	 Opening	hours	that	reflect	community	needs.	               •	 Contact	staff	directly	by	phone,	fax	or	email.	Details	
                                                                                                                                     from 02 9298 3777, or visit us at 2 Murray Street,
       Who are our customers?                                                                                                        Darling Harbour.

      As a national museum we serve the whole Australian
      community, but in particular our visitors, schools,
      researchers and historians, other cultural, government
      and commercial organisations, community groups,
      Members, sponsors, users of our venues and other

      We also represent Australia internationally, and welcome
      many overseas visitors. Our internal ‘customers’
      include volunteers, colleagues, contractors and service
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appendix 23                                                                                                                   appendix 24
functions and powers of the minister                                                                                          functions and powers of the museum

      The ministers responsible for the museum during             •	 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)
      2007–08 were the Hon Peter Garrett AM MP, Minister for         or appoint a member of Council (for no more than           in sections 6 and 7 of the Australian National Maritime
      the Environment, Heritage and the Arts and – prior to the      12 months) where there is a vacancy (section 18)           Museum Act 1990.                                              •	 To	purchase,	commission	the	creation	of,	lend,	borrow	
      change of government – Senator the Hon Helen Coonan,                                                                                                                                       or hire maritime historical material either in its own
                                                                  •	 Convene	a	meeting	of	the	Council	at	any	time	                                                                               right or jointly with others
      Minister for Communications, Information Technology                                                                        Functions of the museum (Section 6)
                                                                     (section 23)
      and the Arts, and Senator the Hon George Brandis SC,                                                                                                                                    •	 To	collect	material	relating	to	Australian	maritime	
      Minister for the Arts and Sport.                            •	 Approve	and	table	in	Parliament	Strategic	and	Annual	      •	 To	exhibit,	or	make	available	for	exhibition	by	others,	      history and dispose of that material under certain
                                                                     Operational Plans and variations to them (sections            in Australia or elsewhere, material included in the           conditions
      Key ministerial powers under the Australian National
                                                                     25–28)                                                        National Maritime Collection or maritime historical
      Maritime Museum Act 1990 include the minister’s                                                                                                                                         •	 To	recover	or	arrange	for	or	assist	in	the	recovery	
                                                                                                                                   material that is otherwise in the possession of the
      ability to:                                                 •	 Approve	leave	of	absence	to	the	director	on	such	                                                                           of maritime historical material from the Australian
                                                                     terms or conditions as she or he determines                                                                                 marine environment and from other areas
      •	 Transfer	property,	real	or	personal,	held	on	lease	or	
                                                                     (section 34)                                               •	 To	cooperate	with	other	institutions	(whether	public	
         otherwise by the Commonwealth, to the museum                                                                                                                                         •	 Accept	gifts,	devises,	bequests	and	assignments	of	
                                                                                                                                   or private) in exhibiting, or in making available for
         for its use or for inclusion in the National Maritime    •	 Be	advised	in	writing	by	the	director	of	direct	or	                                                                         money or property whether as trustee or otherwise
                                                                                                                                   exhibition, such material
         Collection (Section 8)                                      indirect pecuniary interest (section 37)
                                                                                                                                •	 To	develop,	preserve	and	maintain	the	National	            •	 Acquire	and	operate	vessels	anywhere,	whether	or	not	
      •	 Approve	criteria	and	guidelines	for	the	National	        •	 Appoint	a	person	(not	a	member	of	Council)	to	act	as	                                                                       the vessels are maritime historical material
                                                                                                                                   Maritime Collection
         Maritime Collection (section 9)                             director during a vacancy with such appointment not
                                                                     to exceed 12 months (section 38)                           •	 To	disseminate	information	relating	to	Australian	         •	 Disseminate	information	relating	to	Australian	
      •	 Approve	the	disposal	of	material	in	the	National	                                                                                                                                       maritime history and sell replicas or reproductions of
                                                                                                                                   maritime history and information relating to the
         Maritime Collection with value exceeding $20,000         •	 Approve	contracts	exceeding	$1,000,000	                                                                                     maritime historical material
                                                                                                                                   museum and its functions
         (section 10(4)(b), amended 1991)                            (Section 47, amended 1991).
                                                                                                                                •	 To	conduct,	arrange	for	and	assist	research	into	          •	 Enter	contracts,	acquire,	hold	and	dispose	of	real	
      •	 Give	direction	to	the	Council	with	respect	to	the	                                                                                                                                      or personal property, charge fees (in addition to
                                                                                                                                   matters relating to Australian maritime history
         performance of the functions or the exercise of the                                                                                                                                     the charges fixed by regulation) appoint agents and
         powers of the museum (section 14)                                                                                      •	 To	develop	sponsorship,	marketing	and	other	                  attorneys and act as an agent for other persons, as
                                                                                                                                   commercial activities relating to the museum’s                well as raise money, by appropriate means for the
                                                                                                                                   functions.                                                    purpose of the museum.
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appendix 25                                                                                                              appendix 26
list of acts administered                                                                                                director’s statement

      The museum was established by the Australian National      The regulations were amended (Statutory Rules 1991        The Australian National Maritime Museum is a Statutory       2006, those directors being responsible under section
      Maritime Museum Act 1990 (No. 90 of 1990), where its       No. 220) by the Governor-General on 27 June 1991,         Authority set up under the Australian National Maritime      9 of the Commonwealth Authorities and Companies
      functions and powers are set out. The Act was amended      and notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette     Museum Act 1990 and responsible to the Minister for the      Act 1997 for the preparation and content of the report.
      by the Arts, Sport, Environment, Tourism and Territories   on 5 July 1991 and revised again (Statutory Rules         Environment, Heritage and the Arts, the Hon Peter Garrett    The report was prepared in accordance with the
      Legislation Amendment (No. 2) Act 1991 (No. 179 of         1991 No. 348) on 4 November 1991, and gazetted on         AM MP, within the Department of the Environment, Water,      Commonwealth Authorities and Companies (Report of
      1991), principally to provide for a Naval member of        12 November 1991. Revised further in 1996 (No. 93)        Heritage and the Arts, established on 3 December 2007.       Operations) Orders 2008 made under section 48 of the
      Council. The Act was also amended in 1992                  gazetted on 20 June 1996; 1999 (No.72) gazetted on 19     Prior to the change of government, the museum was            Commonwealth Authorities and Companies Act 1997.
      (Act No. 118), 1993 (Act No. 17), 1997 (Act No. 1, 152),   May 1999; 2001 (No. 337) gazetted on 21 December          responsible to the Minister for the Arts and Sport Senator
                                                                                                                                                                                        Certain categories of information do not appear in full but
      1999 (Act No. 146 and 156), 2001 (Act No. 159), 2005       2001; and 2002 (No. 161) gazetted on 3 July 2002.         the Hon George Brandis SC, within the portfolio of the
                                                                                                                                                                                        are available to Members of Parliament and Senators on
      (Act No. 110) and 2006 (Act No. 101).                                                                                Minister for Communications Information Technology and
                                                                                                                           the Arts (Senator the Hon Helen Coonan).
      The Australian National Maritime Museum Regulations
      (Statutory Rules 1991 No. 10) under section 54 of the                                                                The Annual Report is a report of operations for the
      Act were made by the Governor-General in Council on                                                                  final financial year of the Australian National Maritime
      29 January 1991, and notified in the Commonwealth of                                                                 Museum’s 2006–09 Strategic Plan. It has been made
      Australia Gazette on 5 February 1991.                                                                                in accordance with a resolution of the directors of the      Mary-Louise Williams
                                                                                                                           Australian National Maritime Museum on 13 September          Director
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appendix 27                                                                                                                 appendix 28
photographic credits                                                                                                        index

      cover Arnaud Fux, Musée national de la Marine              page 50 Bill Richards/ANMM                                   Accounting policies 78                               Contact officer 2

      title page Arnaud Fux, Musée national de la Marine         page 51 unknown US presidential aide, Jeffrey Mellefont/     Acts administered 156                                Contingencies, schedule of 76
                                                                 ANMM                                                         Acquisitions 10, 15, 41, 113                         Contingent liabilities 94
      page 3 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
                                                                 page 53 Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                  Admission charges 2                                  Corporate governance 26–7
      page 6 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                 page 54 ANMM                                                 Advance 11, 13, 44                                   Corporate Members 144
      page 7 Bill Richards/ANMM
                                                                                                                              Advertising 59, 63                                   Corporate overview 12
                                                                 page 58 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      pageS 8–9 Arnaud Fux, Musée national de la Marine                                                                       APEC summit 12, 33, 52, 59                           Corporate relations 66
                                                                 page 59 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
      page 10 Lee Schiller/ANMM, Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                                                          APS staff 55, 57, 134–6                              Corporate and operations branch 133, 136
                                                                 page 60 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
      page 11 Bill Richards/ANMM, Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM                                                                      Assets and liabilities 73, 88                        Council 138–41
                                                                 page 62 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM                               Assets held in trust 97                              Council members, remuneration of 95
      page 12 Craig Barrow/Newspix
                                                                 page 64 Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                  Auditor General 27, 70                               Customer Service Charter 152
      page 13 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM, Andrew Frolows/
      ANMM                                                       page 67 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM                               Auditors, remuneration of 95                         Design 67, 133
                                                                                                                              Australian Association for Maritime History 14, 61   Director’s overview 12
      page 14 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM                             pages 68–69 Arnaud Fux, Musée national de la Marine
                                                                                                                              Australian National Maritime Foundation 101, 142     Director’s statement 157
      page 18 Andrew Frolows/ANMM, Bill Doyle                    pages 102–103 Arnaud Fux, Musée national de la Marine
                                                                                                                              Australian Register of Historic Vessels 10, 14       Donors 116–23, 143–5
      page 19 Grant Hancock, Andrew Cross, Andrew Frolows/
                                                                                                                              Appropriations 97                                    Education 34, 37–9
                                                                                                                              Archaeology, maritime 11, 12–13, 42                  Employee benefits 82
      page 20 South Australian Maritime Museum, Library of
                                                                                                                              Balance sheet 73                                     Endeavour replica 10, 23, 31–2, 38, 45, 60, 61
      Congress, South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
                                                                                                                              Blackmore’s First Lady 67, 68                        Energy management 27, 51
      page 21 Andrew Bell; Fred Taylor, reproduced courtesy of
      Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American                                                                    Building services 51                                 Environmental performance 27
      History; Scott Andrew/ANMM; Sam Hood                                                                                    Bequest fund 99                                      Executive remuneration 95

      page 22 Bill Richards/ANMM, Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                                                         Calendar of events 107                               Exhibitions (ANMM) 15, 17, 18–25, 32, 42, 52, 59–60
                                                                                                                              Capital works 17, 51                                 Expenses 72, 89
      page 23 Lee Schiller/ANMM, Australian News and
      Information Bureau, Andrew Frolows/ANMM, Sydney                                                                         Cash flow reconciliation 94                          External relations unit 60, 133
      Heritage Fleet                                                                                                          Cash flows, statement of 75                          External scrutiny 27
      page 24 Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                                                                             Catering 35                                          Financial assets 79, 89

      page 25 Andrew Frolows/ANMM                                                                                             Chairman 3, 133, 138                                 Financial instruments 96
                                                                                                                              Changes in equity, statement of 74                   Financial statements 72
      pages 28–29 Arnaud Fux, Musée national de la Marine
                                                                                                                              Classic & Wooden Boat Festival 22, 33, 50, 59        Financing activities 74
      page 30 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
                                                                                                                              Collections and exhibitions branch 133, 134–5        Fleet services 44, 133
      page 31 Andrew Frolows/ANMM
                                                                                                                              Commercial and visitor services branch 133, 137      Fraud control 27
      page 33 Andrew Bell, National Library of Australia                                                                      Commitments, schedule of 76                          Freedom of information 26
      page 34 Scott Andrew/ANMM, Donna Johnston/ANMM                                                                          Committees of Council 26, 141                        Functions of the minister 154
      page 40 Andrew Frolows/ANMM, Elizabeth Maloney/                                                                         Compliance with requirements 26–7, 79–81             Functions of the museum 155
      ANMM                                                                                                                    Communications and information management 52, 133    Glossary N/A
      page 41 photographer unknown, Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM                                                                    Conservation 43, 48, 133                             Grants 104–6

      page 42 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM                                                                                          Consultants 151                                      Historic vessels 10, 14, 23, 44
                                                                                                                              Consultative arrangements 56                         Historic Vessels, Australian Register of 10, 14
      page 45 Jeffrey Mellefont/ANMM
160                                                                                                       161

      Human resource management 55                          Reports by Auditor General 27
      Income sources 88                                     Retail and merchandise (The Store) 36, 54
      Income statement 72                                   Revenues 36, 72, 78
      Independent audit report 70                           Salaries 55, 57, 72
      Information technology 52–54                          Schedule of commitments 76
      Internal and external scrutiny 27                     Schedule of contingencies 76
      Investing activities 74                               Security 52
      John Louis 44                                         Sekar Aman 15
      Kathleen Gillett 44                                   Social justice and equity 56
      Key result areas 33–67                                Special projects unit 133, 134
      Louis Vuitton Fund 99                                 Spirit of Australia 13
      Maritime communities 133–135                          Sponsors 66, 143
      Maritime technology, exploration and navy 133–135     Staffing levels, average 57
      Market research 59                                    Staff list 134–7
      Marketing 59–60                                       Staffing overview 57
      Media 60                                              Staffing resources summary 55
      Members 61                                            Statement by Council members 71
      Mission statement 6                                   Statutory information requirements 26–7
      MMAPSS grants 16, 104–6                               Sydney Heritage Fleet 14, 23
      National Maritime Collection 10, 15, 113, 116         Taipan 10, 14, 41, 49
      New Zealand Bicentennial gift fund 98                 Training 56
      Non-financial assets 90                               Trust monies 97–99
      Non-Government funding 36, 72, 74                     Tu Do 44, 53
      Notes (Financial Statements) 77–101                   USA Bicentennial gift fund 12, 42, 46–7, 98
      Occupational health and safety 27                     Vampire 44
      Onslow 44                                             Vaughan Evans Library 35, 39, 133
      Organisational developments 17                        Venue hire 35, 36
      Operating activities 74                               Vision statement 1, 6
      Operating expenses 89                                 Visitor services 133
      Organisational chart 133                              Volunteers 64–6, 146–150
      Outcomes 100                                          Welcome Wall 11, 58, 62–3
      Outputs 26                                            Wharf 7 Maritime Heritage Centre 17, 51
      Overseas travel 132                                   Workplace Diversity 57
      Pacific on a Plate food festival 12, 19, 20, 33, 59
      Patrons 143
      Performance overview 12–19
      Personnel services 55
      Powers of the minister 144
      Powers of the museum 145
      Professional appointments (staff) 131
      Provisions 93
      Program performance reporting 30–67
      Publications 61
      Records management 53
      Refugee Week 40, 41
      Registration 43, 48–9