This category lists maritime museums in the civilian sector (small boats, sailing boats, sailing ships, commercial ships/shipping, light-ships, tugs) located in Oceania.

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Australian National Maritime Museum
Features historic vessels and migrant ships. Also offers research facility for genealogy, maritime research, arts and culture.
Bass Strait Maritime Centre
The museum displays detailed models, maritime paintings, and an extensive photographic collection. Located in Devonport, Tasmania.
Geelong Naval and Maritime Museum
Displays of relics from shipwrecks, model ships, books, navigational instruments and other equipment.
Maritime Museum of Tasmania
Collection includes artifacts, tools, equipment and over 10,000 photographs and paintings representing colonial sail traders, whaleboats, warships, ketches, river steamers and modern catamarans. Includes hours, educational resources and location.
New Zealand Maritime Museum
Exhibition galleries include 14 themed galleries, a temporary exhibition gallery, and an art gallery specializing in maritime art. Located in Auckland.
Queensland Maritime Museum
Located in Brisbane, the QMM is home to the S.S. Forceful and H.M.A.S. Diamantina. Online information special events and maritime history.
South Australian Maritime Museum
Features collections, exhibitions, vessels, and a lighthouse. Located in Port Adelaide.
Sydney Heritage Fleet
Maritime museum and home of the 1874 windjammer James Craig, with an library and a 25,000 item photographic collection. Features virtual tours, membership details, volunteerism, and contact details.
Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum
Features over 1,500 exhibits of maps, charts, photographs, ship models, relics, videos and old record books. Includes hours, admission fees and photos. Located in South Australia.
Western Australian Maritime Museum
A maritime archaeology and shipwrecks museum.
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