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Are you a certified scuba divers looking for a relaxed and fun day out? Join them for a great day of diving to beautiful Rottnest Island. Enjoy stunning landscapes with swim-throughs and plenty of fish life in a relaxed atmosphere. Moonshine is a private and quality charter with a hot shower and bathroom on board, and plenty of spaces. There will only be six divers and the crew for a casual and personal experience. They will provide a warm lunch, plenty of snacks and an enjoyable and relaxing day.

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

Watercolours of the Coastlands features paintings of the bush and beach by Sue Kalab. Wandering and watching, looking and learning, the exhibition offers a solo showcase for those who cherish both art and nature. The exhibition displays art about Sue's years of roaming in the nearby Tuart Forest and wandering along the waterfronts, the Indian Ocean and Leschenault Estuary – orchids, birds, bush and beach. Sue's art responds to the beauty of nature's images glimpsed in time spent on a bush walk or an amble along the beaches. Her work endeavours to portray the peaceful and serene qualities one finds in nature - the timelessness, the sense of perpetuity and nature's unobtrusiveness.

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Embark on a nostalgic journey from Sea to suburbia through four decades of photographs capturing the people, places and daily life of Western Australia. Relish in iconic scenes of Western Australia: sunny beaches, scenic suburbs, thriving industries and meandering rivers. Be challenged by images that illustrate our changing attitudes to the environment and urban development. Leave with a new understanding of what it means to be a ‘West Australian’. Highlighting the role of Australian government photographers in preserving our visual heritage, this fascinating exhibition will evoke memories and spark conversations. Exclusive Saturday openings on Saturday 13 July, Saturday 2 November 2024 and Saturday 22 March 2025.

Free

14 May 2024 - 28 Nov 2025

Free

14 May 2024 - 28 Nov 2025

Rising star of Contemporary Art comes to AGWA in an Australian-first exhibition. Look, look. Anna Park debuts with more than 15 never-before-seen charcoal and ink works on paper that feverishly capture the spirit of contemporary life, created specifically for AGWA. Drawing inspiration from popular culture, shared human experiences and interpersonal exchanges, Park’s works address the cultural construction and perception of identity, sexuality, and power within our hyper-mediated society.

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Our story is not one story, but many stories to share. Balancing Act features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works of art from the State Art Collection. In this exhibition, you will encounter a vast range of material revealing the wide scope of First Nations truth-telling and art-making practice. Radical observations about the ups and downs of life are placed side by side with expressions of relationships with Custodial Country; the locations and places artists and communities care for, according to their kin and family ties with place. Different versions of history are told, at times emotional and challenging, alongside moments of great beauty and poignancy. Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists use their cultural production to investigate feelings and unpack ideas around identity in the wake of colonisation. Others use their work as a way to support and express their own grief and healing, as well as to express joy and cultural belonging. Balancing Act invites you to be surprised, delighted and challenged by the stories told through the eyes of First Nations artists and their works of art.

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 01 Dec 2024

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 01 Dec 2024

Enjoy documentary films throughout the year in this unique, boutique, 22-seat, 180-degree curved dome cinema with 5.1 surround sound. Let Western Australia Maritime Museum transport you to other worlds through films specially created for this dome experience, by a local team dedicated to showcasing the wonder of the state and sharing stories. They screen films daily that combine the natural world, history, science, technology and adventure, giving you a deeper insight into Western Australia.

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

Are you a certified scuba divers looking for a relaxed and fun day out? Join them for a great day of diving to beautiful Rottnest Island. Enjoy stunning landscapes with swim-throughs and plenty of fish life in a relaxed atmosphere. Moonshine is a private and quality charter with a hot shower and bathroom on board, and plenty of spaces. There will only be six divers and the crew for a casual and personal experience. They will provide a warm lunch, plenty of snacks and an enjoyable and relaxing day.

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

$165 - $225

08 Aug 2021 - 14 Feb 2026

Watercolours of the Coastlands features paintings of the bush and beach by Sue Kalab. Wandering and watching, looking and learning, the exhibition offers a solo showcase for those who cherish both art and nature. The exhibition displays art about Sue's years of roaming in the nearby Tuart Forest and wandering along the waterfronts, the Indian Ocean and Leschenault Estuary – orchids, birds, bush and beach. Sue's art responds to the beauty of nature's images glimpsed in time spent on a bush walk or an amble along the beaches. Her work endeavours to portray the peaceful and serene qualities one finds in nature - the timelessness, the sense of perpetuity and nature's unobtrusiveness.

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Free

16 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024

Embark on a nostalgic journey from Sea to suburbia through four decades of photographs capturing the people, places and daily life of Western Australia. Relish in iconic scenes of Western Australia: sunny beaches, scenic suburbs, thriving industries and meandering rivers. Be challenged by images that illustrate our changing attitudes to the environment and urban development. Leave with a new understanding of what it means to be a ‘West Australian’. Highlighting the role of Australian government photographers in preserving our visual heritage, this fascinating exhibition will evoke memories and spark conversations. Exclusive Saturday openings on Saturday 13 July, Saturday 2 November 2024 and Saturday 22 March 2025.

Free

14 May 2024 - 28 Nov 2025

Free

14 May 2024 - 28 Nov 2025

Rising star of Contemporary Art comes to AGWA in an Australian-first exhibition. Look, look. Anna Park debuts with more than 15 never-before-seen charcoal and ink works on paper that feverishly capture the spirit of contemporary life, created specifically for AGWA. Drawing inspiration from popular culture, shared human experiences and interpersonal exchanges, Park’s works address the cultural construction and perception of identity, sexuality, and power within our hyper-mediated society.

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Free

19 Apr 2024 - 08 Sep 2024

Our story is not one story, but many stories to share. Balancing Act features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works of art from the State Art Collection. In this exhibition, you will encounter a vast range of material revealing the wide scope of First Nations truth-telling and art-making practice. Radical observations about the ups and downs of life are placed side by side with expressions of relationships with Custodial Country; the locations and places artists and communities care for, according to their kin and family ties with place. Different versions of history are told, at times emotional and challenging, alongside moments of great beauty and poignancy. Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists use their cultural production to investigate feelings and unpack ideas around identity in the wake of colonisation. Others use their work as a way to support and express their own grief and healing, as well as to express joy and cultural belonging. Balancing Act invites you to be surprised, delighted and challenged by the stories told through the eyes of First Nations artists and their works of art.

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 01 Dec 2024

Free

02 Mar 2024 - 01 Dec 2024

Enjoy documentary films throughout the year in this unique, boutique, 22-seat, 180-degree curved dome cinema with 5.1 surround sound. Let Western Australia Maritime Museum transport you to other worlds through films specially created for this dome experience, by a local team dedicated to showcasing the wonder of the state and sharing stories. They screen films daily that combine the natural world, history, science, technology and adventure, giving you a deeper insight into Western Australia.

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024

Adults: $15
Concession: $12.50
Children: $12.50

09 Jan 2024 - 16 Jul 2024