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    CANCELLED: Gifts & Games Up Late at the Museum

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    This event has been cancelled. 

    Join us for evening filled with cheer, play, and the timeless joy of vintage treasures to celebrate the summer season and launch our new exhibition GAME ON.  

    Find that special gift in our Museum Shop, explore the exhibitions, play games and enjoy refreshments by the Gin Experience pop-up bar, and nibbles and sweet treats by Khanthaly Kitchen. 


    Step into a captivating treasure trove of over 200 vintage toys spanning from the early 1900s to the 1980s. These classic treasures will transport you back to a time when imagination knew no bounds and playtime was a portal to endless adventures.


    After some unique gifts? The Museum Shop offers a variety of products inspired by our collection and the local area, including curated learning kits, natural history specimens, and exhibition-related merchandise. We proudly feature handcrafted items by local makers, along with books by local authors and illustrators.  

    Explore our diverse inventory, including geodes, gems, puppets, stamps, binoculars, kits, stickers, jewellery, pottery, and local produce. Discover kids' and adult books on trees, plants, bugs, dinosaurs, rocks, fossils, soil cycles, Indigenous culture, heritage, and more. 

    Big Games for big (& little) kids!  

    Step into our courtyard, grab a snack and drink and and play a range of oversized games including twister, air hockey table, snakes & ladders, pickup sticks, ring toss, finska, giant ten pin bowling, noughts & crosses... and more. 

    1980s Arcade Games, Atari and Super Nintendo  

    Challenge your skills with iconic 1980s arcade games. Take on the legendary Pac-Man as you gobble up those elusive pellets. Or rediscover the magic of vintage Atari consoles with ten games and two player Super Nintendo entertainment system (SNES) with Mario Brothers, that captured the hearts of gamers everywhere. 


    Our SUPERTONIC exhibition is still on, so you can explore our vibrant musical culture through recordings, scores, instruments, sounds, and stories of people creating music. Also, bust a move in the Supertonic Sequencer an interactive installation is triggered by your dance moves generating a unique song, or relax and play some vinyl in our 1970’s inspired lounge room.  

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