Narana Aboriginal Cultural CentreCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
The cultural centre showcases and promotes aboriginal and cultural tourism. The gallery displays a wide variety of Aboriginal arts and crafts. Visitors can also enjoy an authentic Didgeridoo performance and here tales of their Dreamtime paintings. The native gardens are pleasant for a quiet stroll. There is a boomerang-throwing gallery and a gift shop that sells indigenous books and music.
- Other Hours:
- Tips & Warnings: Entry to Narana is free, and presentations can be booked at a moderate price.
- Daily Tours:11:00 am and 2:00 pm.
- Public Holidays: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- Closed on Good Friday.
- Marshall Railway Station
- Narana Cafe
- Grovedale Chicken & Fish Bar
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95% of people who visit Geelong include Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre in their plan
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56.06% of people start their Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Wow! This place was so awesome! The food and coffee at the cafe was absolutely delicious and the staff were really nice. They have an extensive range of amazing Aboriginal art on sale. I will definitely be going back
Great meal. I had a kangaroo tortilla with native bush tomatoe chutney .
Pat/feed the wallabies. See the emus. Play on the playground. Eat emu sausage. Have a nice coffee in front of the fire. Enjoy a generous and tasty meal. The kids love it!
When I was there it was not busy so we had the whole centre to ourselves! A lot of animals walking around and we found out you could paint boomerangs on certain days. There was a lot of paintings as well. AND you could even try out your throwing boomerang skills! Great fun :)
Amazing place full of history. Also wallabies and emus! Well worth a visit