Dreamtime Cultural Centre
The Dreamtime Cultural Centre is set on 12 hectares of land and there is plenty to see here.
The grounds are landscaped with native plants, trees and a large waterfall. The gardens are part of the interpretive walk available to visitors.
The original occupants of the land were the Darambal Aboriginal Tribe who have now almost disappeared and the choice of this land for the Centre is appropriate as it still contains the traditional "ceremonial rings" of the Darambal Tribe.
There are several distinct areas to visit: The Torres Strait Islander’s Complex includes huts, the giant dugong and plants particular to the Torres Strait, whilst the Aboriginal Traditional area has a replica burial site, rock art, gunyahs and traditional ceremonial sites of the Darambal people.
If you do not know much about aboriginal culture this is an ideal place to learn. Take a self-guided or guided tour to really appreciate the Centre.
There is an Artefacts shop with authentic Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander artefacts and souvenirs and a kiosk in the main building.
Entrance fees apply, about $13.00 adults. Family concessions available.
Tours are available daily.