Very well set out and blends in with the surroundings. Probably a bit modern didn't see any locals doing any art work though.
Went to this place hoping to meet an actual member of the ancient tribes, but sadly no such luck. They seem to have washed their hands of the white man's world. But still it was an informative visit to say the least with a lot of history to absorb.
only recorded voices and images of deceased Aborigines .. Very sad .......... where are the people this ALL belongs to . Man at centre was very rude when we asked about this .
history and background on the people. able view and purchase authentic art work and see paintings being produced.
The centre is beautifully placed in keeping with the surrounding landscape. inside it provides informative and artistically displayed details of the history of the area and the aboriginal beliefs about its beginnings. I could have spent longer there!
Well this visit was amazing. It gave me a deeper appreciation for the Indigenous people. Thank you so much for allowing us to visit this sacred site. the staff were amazing. the shop was fantastic
Perhaps I visited on an "off" day. Other than a snaking mural explaining the Aboriginal culture and shops with very pricey Aboriginal art, this is, at best, a rest stop to buy pre-made sandwiches and sodas. We saw two women making dot paintings but there were no other cultural experiences.
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