Bluff Road Devonport, Tasmania 7310
Ever wondered what petroglyphs look like? Tiagarra Aboriginal Centre has over 200 of them. And at least 2,000 other artefacts are safely kept inside the museum. A 30-minute guided tour will take you back to the world of the Tasmanian Aboriginal people, showcasing early stone tools, shelters, and weapons. Rock carvings, which was discovered by a local schoolteacher in Devonport in 1929, depicted the history of the Aboriginal people, and can be accessed via walking tracks that lead from the centre. Max Angus donated two large murals that is now on display in the centre which is dedicated to the history of Tasmania. Tiagarra Aboriginal Centre won in the 2005 Tasmanian Tourism Awards and in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Tourism.
*Price may change without prior notice
Phone: 03 6424 8250
Fax: 03 6423 2244
Email: [email protected]
Contact Tiagarra Aboriginal Culture Centre and Museum for reservations and other enquiries.
Facilities include wheelchair access, souvenir shop, guided tours every half hour.