'The catalogued names on the external walls, and the symbolic flow of water across the related ground placements were thought provoking and even moving. All in all it was most informative and enjoyable ---many could readily spend a day there without being bored'.
Immigration Museum 'Subsequent to the introduction, members were free to walk around and observe the range of memorabilia and old photographs of aspects of past waves of immigration. There was a reference library made for those seeking to delve into their ancestry.
Lawrence Reddaway, Author: 'Kombi Kid & Khyber Pass' Lawrence, Ginia and young son Andrew enjoyed a trip/adventure from Australia to the UK by vehicle in 1972. That was the golden time when such travel adventures could be undertaken. Nowadays the thought of driving unescorted across India, Pakistan Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey would be a fantasy.