- A composite of the Sydney Harbour raiders Ha-14 and Ha-21 is on display at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, Australia
- The remaining conning tower from Ha-21 is on display at the RAN Heritage Centre, Garden Island, Sydney.
- Ha-8, a midget submarine recovered from Guadalcanal is on display at the Historic Ship Nautilus & Submarine Force Museum in Groton, Connecticut
- Ha-19, a Pearl Harbour midget submarine, launched also from I-24, is on display at Admiral Nimitz Museum in Fredericksburg, Texas
- Ha- 51, a Type C midget submarine, found sunk off Togcha Beach near Talofofo, Guam is on display at Camp Dealy, Guam.
- Midget ‘D’, a Pearl Harbour midget submarine, found off Pearl Harbour’s entrance in 1960 by US Navy divers, was gifted to the US by Japan, and is on display at Eta Jima Naval Academy.
- Another midget submarine ‘B’ was rammed and sunk by the USS Monaghan inside Pearl Harbour and was raised and buried twice and finally deposited under landfill. It is no longer visible.
Japanese midget submarines on display
- Aboriginal cultural heritage
- Aboriginal cultural heritage services
- Built heritage
M24 Midget Submarine
The raid - Sydney 31 May 1942
A chance discovery
- Interview with Phil Hendrie, No Frills diver
- Cultural signficance
- Interview with Commander Shane Moore, Royal Australian Navy
- Protecting M24 wreck site
- In situ vs recovery
- M24 wreck detective
- Archaeological investigations
- Condition of M24
- Damage to the hull
- Mystery surrounding M24's location
- Japanese midget submarine wrecks
- Japanese midget submarines on display
Management - ownership
- The raid - Sydney 31 May 1942
- Difference between state and local heritage
- Heritage listing explained
- Moveable heritage