Nganyaji Interpretive Centre
Opened in 2002 the Nganyaji Interpretive Centre is about the lives of the local indigenous people, the Jirrbal.
The Jirrbal constructed bush material shelters in the rain forest and as there was permanent food and water did not go “walkabout” as did the inland aboriginals.
Elder Maisie Barlow was very involved with the creation of the Centre and she has quotes from her book exhibited in her honour.
Entry is free.
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