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Catering for International and Domestic visitors. Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 50m from The Three Sisters at Echo Point. Enjoy Live Performances in custom built theatre accompanied by the latest multimedia software and hardware, which...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Pavillion 33-37 Echo Point Rd | World Heritage Plaza, Katoomba, New South Wales 2780, Australia
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My daughter and I were lucky enough to see the Indigenous cultural performance at Waradah. The three Aboriginal performers did a fantastic job showcasing their culture through dance and music. Highly recommended.
My daughter and I loved watching the performance at Waradah. We learnt a lot such as the history of the didgeridoo and the significance of different animals and symbols. The dances and music were mesmerising and my daughter has been imitating the kangaroo dance all...More
We paid $60 for family tickets for this 30 mins show. The sound was unclear for audiences at the back and it was difficult to understand what was going on as we didn’t have any background about Australian history. I felt my time as well...More
Farid N, Owner at Waradah Australian Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to leave us your feedback.
We're currently in the process of taking all the feedbacks we're receiving in making revisions to our live show.
We heard good things about the Aboriginal cultural show. Unluckily for us we arrived on the first day of a new production. It is an Australian history show now. It felt amatuerish and silly with a cheesy time travelling plot. It breezed past a bunch...More
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Farid N, Owner at Waradah Australian Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 September 2018
Thank you for your feedback. Whether our indigenous offerings or our current Australian Show, we aim to continuously revise and improve our live performances. Your feedback helps us with this process.
An short cultural display of our indigenous heritage. Only about a 30 minute show, but respectfully tells the history of the area in traditional dress with accompanying music and dance. A gift shop provides some beautiful lines and souvenirs.
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Farid N, Owner at Waradah Australian Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 1 August 2018
Thank you for your 5 star review. We're trilled you've enjoyed your experience.
Quite respectful show telling some of the history of the indigenous aboriginal folks.
The story of the native instruments as well as the meaning of local dance and art is shared.
Only about 30 minutes but well worth it.
Nice gift shop as well.
Since this was my first time visiting Australia, I was very interested in learning about the aboriginal people. Although this show didn't go into deep details, it was informative...the dancing and singing was very interesting. I left they wanting to know more.
Myself and four kids aged 10 - 18 went to the show and movie. It was so informative, beautiful music and dancing and good to learn more about Aboriginal culture and the traditional owners of blue mountains specifically. Don’t visit the blue mountains without going...More
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Farid N, Owner at Waradah Australian Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 31 May 2018
Hi Summa B,
Thank you for your 5-star rating and review. We're thrilled you enjoyed your visit to our centre.
Hi Lisa. Thank you for your query. The information boards in our education room are in English. However we have information sheets on the local area and Indeginous people which are in different languages, including German... More
Hi Lisa. Thank you for your query. The information boards in our education room are in English. However we have information sheets on the local area and Indeginous people which are in different languages, including German. Additionally during our live Aboriginal performances, we have translations projected on a screen in several languages.
The Waradah Team