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The Eden Killer Whale Museum in Australia is regarded as one of the most creative and groundbreaking museums located at New South Wales, which is operating for almost 80 years.

The museum was built to house and exhibit the skeleton of the killer whale (Orcinus orca) named ?Old Tom.? It gives focus on the story of that orca and the whole Australian whaling industry. Today, it is a public-owned place, which is handled by a small group of volunteers who wants to employ great museum practices, while providing educational and entertaining tours for visitors. From its look during the 1930?s, the Eden Killer Wale Museum has improved a lot. This is made possible through the efforts shared by the volunteers and with their partnership with the other metropolitan museums. The displays are changed regularly to attract more visitors.

In this museum, several exhibits are found. Old photographs are presented to inform viewers about the development of both the local and national culture that Australia has undergone in the past. It shows the appearance of traditional homes of Australia during the 19th century and their improvements all throughout the years and up to present.

Fun, excitement and information about Australia?s great history is shown in Eden Killer Whale. There lay the killer whales named Tom, Hooky, Humpy, Cooper, Jackson, Typee and several other whales. If you want to make the most out of your trip in Eden Killer Whale Museum, it is best to set for a guided tour. It is much better if going there is done in groups. Arrangements and bookings can be set to guarantee an enjoyable and informative stay.
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