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We found it hard to find this little museum, tucked away behind other buildings, not helped by the unhelpful information on how to get there from the Information place. However er, we persevered and found it eventually. It is absolutely full of the history of...More
Very worthwhile visit. Details of the development of Darwin through the importation of Chinese labour, resulting in a community influenced by the sheer numbers of Chinese occupants. Includes information on their substantial contribution to Darwin, at least up until WWII.
I originally went to view the Temple, which I enjoyed visiting. However, it was the Museum beside it that caught and held my attention. The displays in the Museum gave me a real and authentic insight into the role the Chinese played throughout the timeline...More
A very calm and peaceful visit to the Chinese Temple and Museum. Beautiful Temple worth seeing and the museum volunteers are very welcoming. There’s a wealth of information and photographs , some are stunning on screen printed silk scrolls. Joyce, the volunteer we met, gave...More
The curators are very helpful and explained the best way for us to fully experience this museum, which tells the history of how and when the Chinese people came to Darwin. There is a short video and the exhibits are all fully explained. The temple...More
The temple is good to pop into but the main part is the museum, $4 for entry, is really the draw here. There are loads of exhibits and accounts of the history of Chinese settlement in NT and Darwin in particular, with a focus on...More