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I walked over to people talking and waited tll i was invited. I had a million questions and wanted to know how to help or how to talk with my grandchildren truth about Aboriginal history and invasion.
The men left so I could speak with...More
Took the kids to see this well known location to broaden their knowledge of the "struggle" of our Indigenous people. Apparently the colour of our skin offended the intoxicated residents so left straight away. Not recommended as an attraction.
We went in the morning and approached the site as we would if we were visiting a religious or sacred site in a foreign country. We listened and asked questions looking to hear what the people living there and visiting there had to say. We...More
Many of the reviews reflect the difference between the writers’ perceptions and those of our indigenous countrymen.
The culture of the First Nation representatives is accurately reflected in this style if embassy. The fact that the Australian government has not reacted adequately to the 2017...More
This place is not a safe place for tourists to visit at all. I was shocked at the very hostile reception I received. After being encouraged by my tour bus driver to visit, I walked across the road from Old Parliament House while we were...More
The embassy appears somewhat abandoned.....there are some caravans, an empty embassy building and no body was about when I walked through. It would be a great opportunity to educate visitors to the challenges facing aboriginals
Interesting location outside old Houses of Parliament. However it's very run down and dekipadated and doesn't tell or portray a story. It's a bit of an eyesore and needs attention in order to deliver a more impactful message.
I am very sympathetic to the aboriginal cause but the political and cultural message was not obvious with the current tent city. The shabby overgrown camp site with dilapidated abandoned tents and cars doesn't tell of the political and cultural importance.