The seniors discount is generous and rendered our visit great value for money but our 'younger" interstate visitors, who paid full price, agreed that it was an interesting and informative couple of hours well spent. The rooms are well presented with a wonderful variety of historical information, much of it on a personal level, which portrays the experiences of migrants of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities. Their stories include insights into their countries of origin, their journeys and their lives in Australia, some to the present day. The mementoes and artefacts are complemented by recorded video interviews and documentaries and one couldn't help but be moved by some renditions of their personal experiences. One visit probably doesn't do it justice. Allow two to three hours.
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