Staff very friendly and exhibits very good. Great historical overview of the very unique symbiotic relationship experienced between the killer whales and the whalers during the 1800 and early 1900s. The killer whales herded other whales into Two Fold Bay alerting the Whalers by Slapping their Tales in front of the lookouts then cooperated with whalers to gain the a share of the catch. It is good to see whaling ceased in Australia and this museum is a great historical resource of this past industry.
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