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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
All reviews gift shop aboriginal culture for sale great place to learn worth a visit hour visit self guided on display learn how original inhabitants better understanding great insight traditional owners white man lots of interesting information walk around their lives
If you have any interest in the cultural history of this area then you need to visit this exhibition. It is not large and will only take an hour but is very worthwhile.
The history of the aboriginal people is explained in stories written by...More
If you are visiting Kakadu you must visit this centre which gives visitors a better understanding of the life and hardships of our indigenous population and their culture and understanding of the land.
The cultural centre was really interesting. Free to get in, it was full of interesting artefacts and aboriginal stories and history.
There is a small gift shop too.
Definitely worth a visit to get more of an understanding of aboriginal culture.
I was very pleased with the amount and the quality of the items on display and for sale. Great to see so much original artwork and handcrafts. I was lucky enough to meet some of the artists and talk to them about their paintings and...More
A bit neglected. The place needs a good clean up outside and a duster inside. A maintenance man to replace the light globes, only 1 in 3 working. The displays are great just needs to be spruced up and dusted, removal of cobwebs etc.
This was not our thing. I’m not in the top end to buy teatowels or tShirts. I think some people love this but we saw it as very commercial. There was no guide. It really needs an indigenous person to take guided tours. We were...More