Although it says this is one of the largest aboriginal employers and that much money goes back to them and the community, all front desk and store staff at the time we visited were Asian which made me wonder about the above stated claim.
Extremely basic information was shared and it felt like a cattle call (mooooo), everyone being herded this way and that.
During the main attraction (the dance and fire making show) many people would stand up to take pictures completely blocking our view of the show. People would also shove you around to be first in line. It was demeaning and insulting.
Guides need to do a better job of keeping that type of behavior down.
We have studied primitive technology and some of what was said was simply wrong - probably just for sensationalism but wrong nevertheless.
The artwork in the lobby has no information (name of artist, etc.) When I asked a guide about that they simply told me management didn't care.
For the exaggerated price, I'll buy a book to help me understand their culture better and I can read it in comfort and not risk being trampled over by some desperate tourist.
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