We were charged $180 (my wife and I) to witness what I truly believe was the single worst waste of time and money that i have yet to experience in 35 years of traveling. They tell you to arrive at 7pm, then have you spend 40 minutes in their shop as they try to sell you overpriced boomerangs and aboriginal crafts that you can buy for less than half the price in town. Then they advertise a 'spiritual journey' which consists of a carnival rubber blow-up toy with fake lightning over the loudspeaker, this is the type of stuff you see outside bars in any western city. They falsely advertise a 'lakeside ceremony' which was no where to be found on the evening of our 'spiritual journey', mind you is was a beautiful evening as well, and therefore no reason to leave this part of our 'journey' out. The buffet is a fight through 150 Japanese tourists to get to the very average dishes. Then came the real 'show', we were still waiting for SOMETHING that waasn't a joke, then we were handed a group of middle aged, pot-bellied men who put on a 30 minute skit portraying aboriginal kangaroo hunting, by far the worst performance i have ever seen in my life, and a complete embarrasment and disrespect to the obirginal people and culture. This was similar to a show that we watched by homesless street performers in Sydney, although the street performers were more convincing, and we gave them a donation of loose change, not $180. We were obviously unhappy with the evening, as were several other American tourists, and were basically told by our waitress, 'never expect anything when on vacation, it can only lead to disappointment', well for $180 for 2 hours of so-called entertainment, i'd say a little expectation is not unreasonable. The bartender even commented that she was upset with the park for misadvertising the Night show and has had lots of complaints in the past. We spoke with the manager, who basically said "tough crap". I can only hope that this internet a powerful enough tool to affect their bottom line and force them to either charge $10 per person, or provide a show as advertised. Bottom line, in 35 years, i have never seen such a mockery of a culture. Jeers to Tjapukai by Night!