Loved this museum, excellent current art exhibits, cyclone Tracey gallery was humbling. Highly recommend.
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It's a combination of natural history and at under the one roof--plus a maritime display next door. The Aboriginal art being re-hung while there, but is great. Kids will love the natural history section
My brother, partner and I wandered through the museum and we loved it! We're all around 50 years old and felt like we were school kids again learning about different bird life, animals and of course not to be missed all the history about Cyclone...More
Unfortunately the indigenous art gallery was closed when we visited. The year 12 students exhibit was fascinating. Another highlight for us was seeing an Albert Namatjira original of the Ormiston pound. As we had only recently completed that walk.
I loved that the museum and art gallery strongly represented the top end. We were fortunate enough to see major works by senior students. The photograhy and art from our nearest neighbours PNG was informative. The Cyclone Tracey experience was very very good. You could...More