We painted a boomarang and went to the show. Both were interesting and a good experience. Thank you for having us
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When we visited there were no free exhibitions - everything was ticketed. It would have been great to see one free exhibition but I still enjoyed wandering around the gift shop.
This short program, offered every half-hour, lasts about 20 minutes and cost $20 AU. The performers could certainly dance the aboriginal dances and play the didgeridoo but it was a pretty basic show. Three performers in native dress and paint talked and danced in front...More
My cousin and I were the only two who attended a performance on our recent trip to Katoomba. The performance was excellent and we particularly enjoyed the interesting story of the history of the didgeridoo.
Hi Chris0506, Thank you for the 5 STAR rating. Everyone here is thrilled you and your cousin enjoyed the show.
Only refreshments at one of the major tourist areas. Very limited choice and really canteen food. Shame on you Australia.
Hi Ray, Although we share the same premises as the eatery upstairs, they are owned and operated by different owners and are in no way an affiliation of Waradah Aboriginal Centre's. You may wish to forward your review to The Lookout - Echo Point.
49aud for 2 adult and 1 kid after a iventure 10%discount. 3 performers foe the show. Poorly executed. Short 25 mins. Other aboriginal shiws i have been to was way way better. Looks like a tourist trap.More
Thank you, Jeffrey for your feedback. The show is designed to give visitors (many of whom are tourists) a snapshot of Aboriginal song, dance, stories and lore. The length was decided on following consultation with tour busses and their time constraints. We usually have 4-5...More
When on a tour we dropped into the Aboriginal centre and took in the show. It was a nice insightful show but a little quick. It gave us a a snap shot of Aboriginal cultureMore
Hi Big Traveller, Thank you for your feedback. The show is designed to give visitors a snapshot of Aboriginal song, dance, stories and lore. The length of the live performance was decided following consultation with tour busses and their time restraints. Hopefully you had the...More
We came here with Anderson tour group and walked down to the three sisters before the show. This show is about a half hour in length. The didgeridoo is a very cool instrument and I really enjoyed the story that went with the music. The...More
Thank you for your review, Lisa. We're thrilled you enjoyed your experience at our centre.
If you're curious about the culture, history and origin of Australia, this is where you go. Watch the presentation (show) to appreciate everything.
We're thrilled you enjoyed your visit to our centre, medvtan!!!