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We stopped in for a quick look after a day of walking looking to kill some time till dinner and ended up staying for close to 3 hours. The staff fixed us up with a free audio guide which took us around the entire museum...More
Amazing displays regarding the Ananga people the indigenous people of Australia giving us an insight into their way of living culture and reclamation of their land. Also had a theatrical production in the theatre area which was just amazing. They also did a presentation by...More
As part of the Ayers Rock Resort we were able to visit the museum. No admission fee but I would suggest donation. The pictures and works tell the story and there is displays detailing the surrounding area wildlife and fauna. Talks are given at various...More
A small but interesting art gallery and museum and we enjoyed the time there. Indigenous art was on display in the gallery. The museum showed the history of the area including Uluru and there was a display of the native fauna and flora with details...More
Great place to spend a few hours in the heat of the day.
Had all types of stuffed animals.
Paintings and information on how everything started.
Had an there was a talk on different plants and then finished with a recipe for wattleseed biscuits. Which...More
Visiting with a six year old and not attending an info session, we were in and out in 30 minutes. Exhibits were interesting enough and my daughter enjoyed it overall. Not a must see but definitely a good to see