HMAS Onslow

Oberon class submarine
Laid down 1967, launched 1968
Commissioned 1969
Decommissioned 1999
Transferred by the Department of Defence to National Maritime Museum 1999

Explore the danger and drama of life on board Onslow in Action Stations, our immersive experience.

Length: 89.90 m (295 ft)
Beam: 8.07 m (26.5 ft)
Built: Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co, Greenock, Scotland
Propulsion: Two mechanically supercharged Admiralty Standard Range diesel generators with two English Electric propulsion motors
Speed: 15 knots + submerged; 12 knots surfaced
Maximum depth: Over 190 metres
Complement: 60 sailors, 8 officers
Armament: Six 21-inch bow torpedo tubes capable of launching anti-ship and anti-submarine Mk 48 torpedoes, and anti-ship UGM-84 Harpoon missiles
Pendant 60

Australian National Maritime Museum
2 Murray St,
Sydney NSW 2000,

Decimal: -33.86950, 151.19946

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