Dingo Dreaming

Galleries, Museums and Collections

Dingo Dreaming is located in Blyth SA. (Clare Valley)
It is family owned and operated and filled with tradition, history and passion.
The gallery is educational with a self guided audio tour of Artifacts and supports small Indigenous businesses by selling their products.
Including: Home wares, apparel, gifts, bush balms, educational books and much more.
The name behind the name belongs to Owner, Debbie Hatfield’s stepfather – Traditional Yankunytatjara Elder Jack Crombie.
The Dingo is his dreaming.
The centre also hosts Cultural and Artifact sessions for Schools, Aged Care and Disability groups.
These hands on sessions are available on Mondays by booking through our website.

Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.

Facilities

An access and inclusion statement is available (make this available on your website). Australian Tourism Accreditation Caters for challenges with learning and communication Caters for high support needs Caters for limited mobility Coach Parking Electric Vehicle Charging Point Family Friendly Free Wifi Interpretive Centre Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Shop Visitor Information Centre Wheelchair access

Rates

Free Entry

Gold coin donation into Tour Area.
$2 per head for group Culture Chat and Artefact Tour on Mondays via bookings through website.
Other areas free entry.

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