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Yiḏaki - Didjeridu and the Sound of Australia

CityDarwin
CountyAustralia @ (AU)
Date18/06/2019
Hours10:00
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Darwin
Australia @ (AU)
Tel 2019-06-18
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Yiḏaki - Didjeridu and the Sound of Australia 13 April 2019 - 7 July 2019 This immersive exhibition tells the story of the origins of yiḏaki and illustrates the importance of the instrument in Aboriginal life and culture. Yolngu Elder Djalu Gurruwiwi invites visitors on an experiential journey that includes exploring a stringybark forest, voyaging with the West Wind and becoming immersed in the mesmerising power of yiḏaki. Ideal for all ages. An exhibition developed by the South Australian Museum and the National Museum of Australia. Visit the MAGNT website for more information.    TICKETS  Adult - $10 Concession - $8 *Child - $3 *(ages 5 – 15 with an accompanying adult) FAQs Q. Do I need a ticket to visit Yiḏaki and MAGNT? A. Admission fees apply for the Yiḏaki exhibition (Adults $10, Concession $8, Children $3).


General entry to MAGNT is free. Q. Will tickets be available to purchase at MAGNT? A. Yes, you can purchase tickets in person at MAGNT. Q. Do I have to bring a printed ticket to MAGNT? A. No, you can collect your online tickets from the MAGNT Information Desk on arrival. Q. Are there any age restrictions to the Yiḏaki exhibition? A. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the content of the Yiḏaki exhibition may not be suitable for all children. Q. Can I use my ticket on a different date than originally intended? A. Tickets can be used on a different date than originally intended. To assist the Visitor Experience team in checking you in please inform them of the date of the original booking. Q. I booked my ticket but now I can't make it, can I have a refund? A. Yes, refunds can be made up to 7 days before the date of intended use.

Q. How do I get to MAGNT? A. Visit the MAGNT website for information about public transport and parking, as well as directions and a map. Q. Is there a cafe and shop at MAGNT? A. Yes, MAGNT has an independently run cafe and The Store at the Museum, both open 7 days a week. Q. Is MAGNT open on public holidays? A. MAGNT is open all year round, except Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday. Q. Will there be wheelchair friendly access to the Yiḏaki exhibition? A. Yes, MAGNT provides ramp or chairlift access to all of its galleries. Free wheelchairs are also available to those in need for the duration of their visit, we advise phoning ahead to reserve one for your visit. Q. Can I bring a pram to the Yiḏaki exhibition? A. Yes, the Yiḏaki exhibition space will be suitable for prams and young families.

Q. What facilities are provided for people with babies? A. A parents room with baby changing and feeding facilities is provided at MAGNT.

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