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The people from Murumburr, Mirrar Gun-djeihmi, Badmardi, Bunitj, Girrimbitjba, Manilakarr, Wargol and other clans have combined to create an exciting and memorable exhibit. The exhibit touches on hunting techniques by the clans, the recent history...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Kakadu | Kakadu National Park, Jim Jim, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory 0886, Australia
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We called in here as part of an AAT Kings coach trip of Kakudu. Wished we could have had longer here. The displays were very informative and well set out. If you call in and you are not on a timetable it would be very...More
Great way to spend an hour and avoid the afternoon heat. The centre has a small but interesting Aboriginal cultural centre showing different aspects of local culture. There's a small gift shop too. Enjoyed my visit.
Great place to escape the heat and learn more about the local community, their history, the way they have lived for thousands of years.
Kids of all ages will enjoy the displays and information, educational but in a fun way.
Close to Cooinda Lodge this Centre is displayed in a very informative way. It is free to enter and covers all aspects of Aboriginal life in and around this area over the years. the collection of items on display is very impressive and we would...More
A great place to visit for a cultural understanding and awareness. No photos allowed here which was a little disappointing as I enjoy capturing the information boards for future reference. Lots to learn about indigenous culture. A very educational and enjoyable visit.
A great introduction to our culture for travellers unaware of our history.Resident artists area great intro to the techniques as well.The gift shop is way cheaper than in Darwin and the staff super friendly.
We found the cultural centre well worth visiting. Our guide took us there after completing the yellow water cruise that morning. The building id shaped like a turtle and has great displays as well as gifts and souvenirs for purchase.
We did not have time...More
The centre houses a museum filled with history of the area. Beginning with stories of dreamtime and aboriginal legends through to first white settlers in the area. There are also displays of flora and fauna native to the area. It is well done and worth...More