A Night at the Museum 

A Classroom at Sea

Wednesday, August 14, 7 - 8 pm



Temporary Exhibition

Faces of the Channel 


See details below


A Night at the Museum:

A Classroom at Sea

The Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre

(Wednesday, August 14, 7 - 8 pm)


Pam and Tim will talk about their fascinating experiences working with students at the Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre until their retirement in 2013. In 1997, Pam, a science teacher, got the job of a lifetime as a secondary teacher at the Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre. She got to play with sharks, seahorses and dolphins and spent her working days taking students out on the D’Entrecasteaux Channel. Tim grew up in a sailing family in Sydney and spent a few years travelling the world in square riggers. He then became a lightkeeper in Tasmania serving at Cape Bruny, Low Head and on Maatsuyker Island. For the last 25 years of his career, Tim was the skipper of the Marine Discovery Centre’s research vessel Penghana.
Non-members gold coin donation. Seating is limited, so bookings are essential.
To reserve a seat, email secretary@channelmuseum.org.au or phone 6267 2333 during opening times (Sun to Fri 10.00 am-3.00 pm).



Current temporary exhibition:



Faces of the Channel

Channel Museum



Our temporary exhibition for June is our in-house display, Faces of the Channel, a collection of locally donated artworks and photos that represent our shared cultural identity.


Future temporary exhibition:


Coming soon!