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Container Exhibition at Australian National Maritime Museum

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by Janelle (subscribe)
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Where Would We Be Without Them?
Free, Darling Harbour, exhibition, family, maritime, museum
An outdoor exhibition (image JW)


Container is a unique free outdoor exhibition can be visited in the vicinity of the Australian Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour. Six brightly coloured 20' containers are arranged in the outside area of the museum at Darling Harbour in such a way as to invite further discovery by passers-by.

Exhibition, Sydney, Maritime, Museum, walk, art
Container 1: SHIP (image JW)


Sponsored by NSW Ports the exhibition seeks to educate us about the role that containers have in our everyday lives and the impact they have on contemporary society and the oceanic environment. Each container has a specific colour and theme and some can be entered to learn more via interactive displays, graphics and images.

Sydney, free, exhibition, outdoor, container, Maritime, walk
Biosecurity in 2: CARGO (image JW)


Simply titled SHIP, PORT, BUILD, CARGO, OCEAN and THINGS, each demonstrates a different aspect of Australia's contemporary maritime history. It is interesting to note that 7.8 million containers travel through Australian ports annually. Family members will find something interesting in each of the exhibits and will all have different favourites.

Sydney, free, exhibition, outdoor, family, Maritime, walk
05: OCEAN (Image JW)


It is thought-provoking to consider the distance travelled by everyday items such as food, clothing and furniture and the impact of all this shipping on the environment. The upcycling of containers for accommodation was also very interesting.

Next time you are in Darling Harbour take a walk around "Container: The Box That Changed The World".
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Why? To learn some interesting facts about containers
When: 9:30am to 5pm daily.
Phone: 02 9298 3777
Where: 2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour NSW
Cost: Free
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