Housed in a 19th Century submarine mining station, the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum showcases the rich history of the Royal New Zealand Navy.
Try your hand at making a Natty Navy Knotter these school holidays. Knots are essential to every sailor, they are practical and also fun. Whether tying them to throw a lifeline, berthing a ship or just whiling away the time, there is a knot for every occasion.
Take time out to enjoy a piping hot breakfast or a leisurely lunch with the sparkling waters of the Auckland harbour as your backdrop. Perhaps you would prefer to unwind with a coffee and a light snack or a glass of wine or two.
The War Room is a unique concept in conference facilities. Located at the historic Torpedo Bay in Devonport. The War Room offers a special opportunity to blend rich naval history in a stunning natural environment – an ideal combination that will create a productive, memorable experience for your team.
The stunning hand-crafted work of the 5000 Poppies NZ is on display at the Navy Museum. As part of the 100 year commemorations of the Gallipoli landing, a large group of crafters, known as 5000 Poppies NZ, got together and started to create red poppies.
This is the Navy Museum’s online resource telling the little known story of New Zealand and New Zealanders involvement in the sea war of World War One.
We have a wide range of gifts, souvenirs and Navy-related items in the Navy Museum shop.
The Navy Museum is proud to announce the opening of the WW100 Commemorative Pavilion and A D Boyle Room. Come along and see our fabulous new additions to the Navy Museum.
Torpedo Bay Navy Museum is located at the end of King Edward Parade, Devonport, Auckland.
Who fired the last shots of World War II? How many men does it take to lift a 500 kg piece of shrapnel? Why is Torpedo Bay called Torpedo Bay? Take a unique look into our Navy’s history with one of our fabulous Guide Hosts and find out.