From 1959 to 1986, the HMAS Vampire sailed the high seas. Fitted with twin turrets, anti-aircraft guns, torpedo tubes and triple barrelled anti-submarine mortars, she crisscrossed the Pacific Ocean and kept the waters safe. However, Australia’s largest museum vessel becomes the scene of a heinous crime in the Maritime Museum’s Murder Mystery experience this April.
Hop on board the navy destroyer warship and be transported to the Pacific Ocean in the middle of the Cold War. A mysterious SOS has been received and only our most elite commando unit has been sent to find out what’s wrong. That’s when they discover that the captain and the officers have all been slain. But, there’s more…
Calling all seafaring sleuths, there’s an immersive murder mystery experience on board the HMAS Vampire that needs to be solved. Get your tickets here.
An encrypted message follows the SOS call and you and your team will need all of your wits to decipher what it says. Is the enemy hiding somewhere on the HMAS Vampire? Are they waiting for you? For now, all you know is what you see and what you see is your fellow soldiers dead on the floor.
To find out who killed the captain and the officers of the HMAS Vampire, you will need to navigate the 67-year-old warship to find clues. You’ll explore a real naval destroyer and the last of Australia’s big gun ships to solve the mystery. The times are not safe.
The immersive murder-mystery experience on board the HMAS Vampire, which is docked at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour, takes place on 22-23 April as well as 29-30 April. Take note that only those aged 18 and over are able to join this elite commando unit.
Uncover the truth and catch the killer/s of the HMAS Vampire.