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I never thought that I would visit an insect museum. And yet, here I was parting with my hard earned dollars to see a whole museum of creepy-crawlies. I was not disappointed! The layout of the museum gave you a fascinating look into the world...More
We enjoyed this place. It was very interesting with lots of different species of both butterflies and bugs. It was a great story of how the museum all started and where all the bugs came from. Unfortunately there was not much information about the bugs....More
I'm not a massive fan of bugs(my partner is), so i went begrudgingly.
I was a bit hesitant considering the small size from the outside, but I learnt a few new things and really enjoyed the butterflies. They are from all over the world and...More
Absolutely mind-boggling collection of insects and butterflies - yes pinned and catalogued! There were also some live stick insects and leaf insects and peppermint stick insects which we had never seen before. Woman working there was friendly and quite knowledgeable. Person who set up museum...More
This was recommended to us as a great place to see bugs and butterflies. Having wondered at the butterflies we had seen I was excited to think we could go to a 'bug house' and see them all up close etc. but I was thinking...More
Great place to visit on a rainy day, It was pouring rain all day so we found this place to visit, Very interesting collection, the kids enjoyed it, the lady working there was great, pointing out different things in the collection that we would have...More
We visited this museum at the beginning of December 2013 and were horrified and disappointed at what we found given the fantastic focus on preserving and enhancing the unique wildlife in the Daintree elsewhere. We would give the Museum NIL stars,
We hoped top find...More
Sure the bugs were pinned, but after seeing how big they got I was kinda glad! Go and check this place out - it looks a bit shabby from the outside but the staff are friendly and the bugs are epic. Also - don't brush...More
Not a highlight of the trip but still interesting. There was a fantastic collection of insects but not enough information available. The man responsible for the collection of all of the insects sounds like an amazing individual and it would've been great to to learn...More