Enjoyed the information available and displayed. Great historic value. The building was wonderful. An enjoyable experience.
This was a really fantastic experience. A little solemn and sad in many areas, particularly where it details the mistreatment that the tribes received at the hands of the European settlers. But very important to understand. I think it's crucial to comprehend the cultural and spiritual significance of Gariwerd (the Grampians) to the original residents. When we are hiking around... More
... and have at least some scones there :-) In my opinion the cultural centre inside informations could be much better however the surrounding is gorgeous. Walk around in the park and later on have a seat in the Brambuk Café with its lovely terrace. We had a chat with the owner and chef about local ingredients and bush food.... More
great place to visit and gain knowledge about aboriginal culture and traditions .all about very informative centre recommend to visit..
Arrived at the Bambuk Cultural Center with 20 students plus staff after a 4.5 hour drive from Frankston. Before watching the cinemattic production of the dreamtime history of the Grampians/Gariwerd we indulged in the cafe's riches. Staff there were helpful and friendly offering traditional ingredients in much of the food and beverages. The food and bevereges here were fabulous. The... More
We were tossing up whether to visit this, but were really glad we did. A very good venue to fill in a morning or if the weather is inclement. Entry is only a gold coin donation, and it is well worth it. The centre has interesting architecture, and is organised in a way that you gain a very good understanding... More
Watched a cinematic production of the dreamtime explanation of the Grampians / Gariwerd. Lots of history and very culture rich centre. Staff at the cafe were very friendly and hospitable. They also introduced us to some traditional ingredients which can be used in foods and beverages. We were also privileged to hear a didgeridoo performer!! Highly recommend!!
I found this centre to be well set out with the information running in a really good chronological order so your knowledge could slowly be built up. The architecture of the building itself is also really unique and has structures that replicate certain cultural symbols and creatures. It exposed me to a lot of things about Australian history that I... More
My son made this a must do stop. He was interested in taking part in two of the cultural activities. That being a didgeridoo workshop, and also making your own boomerang. I joined him. Both were enjoyable as well as educational. He already has a didgeridoo from our last trip to Australia, so he was interested in learning more. There... More
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