Public Health Advice- COVID-19

The Maritime Museum is committed to protecting the health of its visitors and staff and are adhering to the advice of NSW Health. As updates are issued the museum are adjusting processes and procedures to ensure we’re doing everything possible to minimise the spread of COVID-19.

The current Public Health Order issued by NSW Health requires residents from the Northern Beaches Local Government Area (LGA) to stay at home to control the spread of COVID-19.
This order remains in place for North Northern Beaches residents until 9 January and 2 January for South Northern Beaches. While this order is in place residents from these regions will not be permitted to visit the museum and staff from these regions will be working from home.

Any visitors residing outside the Northern Beaches who have visited one of the identified venues on the NSW Health list or have any cold or flu symptoms, should not visit the museum until they are tested.


If I have a ticket I no longer can attend, what should I do?

The museum is offering visitors with paid tickets between Monday 21 Dec and Monday 4 Jan (inclusive) a refund if they are unable to attend for any reason by emailing, quoting your name and booking reference number. We will continue to monitor the advice of NSW Health accordingly and update our guidance as appropriate.

What do the new restrictions mean for my booking?

In line with the new COVID-19 restrictions issued by the NSW Government, we will be re-introducing the one person per four square meter rule from Monday 21 December.