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FRED MCKAY MUSEUM

Open: Monday to Friday 9am to 11 am;
Closed: December to February & Public Holidays

A ‘keeping place’ of the spirit of the Outback – celebrating the life and work of Rev Fred McKay, an Australian ‘hero’ told in a way that will inspire and encourage current and future generations of Australians. Housed in the Fred McKay Education Centre at St Philip's College, a symbolic building reflecting Outback themes and materials – an attraction in itself!

Also: Voices from the Heart – a unique and exciting project providing insights into how people live in the Outback and what makes them tick, as well as strong and credible role models for young people.

Evening Billy tea & damper hosted by students – bookings essential by noon day prior. During Term only.

  • Silent walk
  • Fred and Meg McKay Peace Garden.
  • Swag Chapel.
  • Fred McKay Education Centre – facility tour.
  • On the walking path to Telegraph Station.

 

 

ENTRY

Adults: $6.50

Concession:$4

Maximum Family: $16

Locals: Free

Access: Self drive, bus tours, walking path to Telegraph Station, AS Bus, bike hire, 15 minute walk from the CBD

 
 
 
Reverend Fred McKay
 

Email: fredmckay.museum@flynntrail.org.au

Web: www.stphilips.nt.edu.au

 

 
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LOCATION

St Philip's College, off Schwarz Crescent, northern base of ANZAC Hill


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