15 Wallace Street, Submarine Precinct, Holbrook, 2644
Look through the periscope for your car, fire a torpedo, see the amazing hologram or captain a submarine.
Ever wondered why there is a life-sized submarine in the middle of rural New South Wales?
Take a stroll through the Holbrook Submarine Museum and find out how the HMAS Otway's final resting spot came to be in Holbrook. Learn all about the brave young Submariner whose exploits during the First World War earned him the honour of having a town named after him.
The Museum houses an amazing display of photos and submarine memorabilia including authentic submarine escape suits, a torpedo and even a genuine Jolly Roger flag. Watch the hologram show to learn how the submarine came to reside in Holbrook.
Groups are welcome, with guided tours of the Museum by prior arrangement only.
An extensive range of souvenirs are for sale, including postcards, mugs, t-shirts, caps, toys and magnets.
HMAS OTWAY taken from the front with green bushes in the foreground and the sign in the garden
HMAS Otway Holbrook
Boy looking through working periscope while grandfather looks on
Boy and girl playing in the control room of the submarine
From $4 to $20
Child AUD4, Adult AUD8, Concession AUD5, Family AUD20