I wanted to look at the Big Rig for a project that I was working on, and I took the family to it, on a trip north. It was surprising, in terms of the quality of the material on display and the way that it was displayed - there was something for all of the family to enjoy. Laid out in a neat circuit, the Big Rig intertwines a story about the development of the gas and oil industry in Roma (some really interesting local history); as well as sharing real knowledge about oil and gas - how it exists, how its extracted and what its used for. There is a really good video room that also shares a bit of a story about what life is like living in one of Santos camps.
There is plenty of opportunity for interaction for adults and kids; and afterwards, the cafe has the best caramel tarts in the world!
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