The indigenous stock workers display has now officially opened at the Normanton Visitor Information Centre.
It is an informative and interactive display in recognition of the resilience, spirit and sheer hard work of the indigenous men and women who played a vital role in the establishment of the cattle industry in the Gulf Region.
The display will enhance the experience at the Information Centre, housed in the historic and heritage listed Burns Philp building.
It joins the Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre in Karumba as another great attraction in the region along the Savannah Way and the northern end of the Matilda Way.
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