Darwin Museum Art Gallery in Northern Territory Australia | tropical Darwin the capital of Northern Territory Australia

 

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    Darwin Museum Art Gallery in Northern Territory Australia
    Everything you need to know about this part of the world includes collections of Aboriginal artwork, arts and crafts from Southeast Asia and the Pacific, a maritime gallery, minerals and insects, a giant stuffed crocodile, and a room set aside for visitors to experience some of the force of Cyclone Tracy.
    Conacher Street, Bullocky Point, Fannie Bay, Darwin. 0801
    Tel: 08 8999 8201 Fax: 08 8999 8289
    Website: www.dcdsca.nt.gov.au

    The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory meranders through the building with spacious walkways that blends one exibihtion to another.

    From Traditional Aboirginal art and culture onto the 1000's of interest, marine creatures, and fauna that have originated or settled in Northern Territory. Also the museum has a splendid exhibition nestled in the building on cyclone Tracy the most natural event that has effected our lives here. There is a room that simulates the cyclone and very erie feeling and so realistic.
    Then there is our WW11 displays as Darwin had a prominent role in Australia's miltary history.
    Allow 2-3 hours. Even though it's free admision there is a box requesting for a gold coin donation (this means a $1 or $1 aussie coin) if you could donate a coin we- us Darwinians would greatly appreciate it. as this Musuea and art gallery is really one of the best in the world in our opinions.

    Darwin Museum Art Gallery in Northern Territory Australia. Credit M Christie