An Aboriginal took our group in, first went to experience the echo, he will give you the skills in English, and then make a demonstration, each person can throw three times, the young woman unfortunately the best team, then the javelin, he will demonstrate the skills, and then experience, in front of the kangaroo haystack, is not as powerful as it is, skills are very important to experience the stones before the opening of the performance. Head painting, experience tells you, after washing the pen, it's better to absorb water and dry it. Then it's a performance, dancing, and drilling wood to make fire. You'll be invited to dance together. Interactive, remember the front row seats.
Chapkai Aboriginal Cultural Park and Tropical Rainforest are together. Aboriginal performances are also in it. After entering the tropical rainforest gate, the zoo is on the left and the boat is on the right. After the boat tour, people can see the Aboriginal Cultural Park. First of all, they can choose to watch an Aboriginal performance according to the time of performance and join the Aboriginal people. Movie interactive memorial, remember to take a program at the door, otherwise unless you are an aboriginal in your previous life, you must not understand what they are dancing. Chapkai Aboriginal Cultural Park is not only to watch performances, after the end of the performance, there are many interactive projects, such as throwing the echo mark, playing musical instruments, etc., can also see the echo mark processing zone, to Kuranda, suggest to buy a echo mark home, buy an Aboriginal hand-made oh, do not buy those processed in the shopping mall. The whole process is about 3 hours. It's worth playing. It's open during the day and at night. Tickets for the rainforest are 36 Australian dollars during the day, and tickets for the rainforest can be booked online will be more favorable. There is a shuttle bus to Kuranda Town at the entrance and a bus back to Keynes after arriving at the town.
There is a long tropical rainforest corridor with a Mini Zoo with kangaroos and crocodiles. I accidentally mistakenly entered it. I took some pictures with kangaroos. I didn't think it was worth the money. Aboriginal people teach dancing, local instruments and experience swing darts, I once succeeded oh, a little proud.
Three specially constructed indoor and outdoor theatres and indigenous dance performers, traditional indigenous village camps, can provide people with unprecedented indigenous cultural experience. The Cultural Park covers an area of 25 acres and is adjacent to the rainforest cable car.
Real aborigines. Some people play around the roadside, some can speak two sentences of English and Chinese. Very friendly.
Enthusiastic aborigines, beautiful scenery, wonderful experience, it's worth it.
Experience indigenous culture in the rainforest. Rotating darts, bidding and watching the show are interesting.
Keynes, as a tourist city, has a good protection and promotion of Australian Aboriginal culture, and Chapkay Aboriginal Cultural Park can be considered as the most comprehensive and systematic display of Aboriginal culture. You can listen to aborigines displaying their food and weapons, enjoying their dances, even joining them on stage, throwing darts and painting with natural pigments.