Where the interim National Musuem of Australia building was, at Yarramundi Reach, is now an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre (in Lady Denman Drive). It is a fantastic location, very central, right on the lake, with beautiful vistas across grassland to the lake and hills and mountains beyond.
Unfortunately, it has never been open to the public, even though the National Museum vacated more the five years ago, and signage for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre went up about two years ago.
Does anyone know what on earth is going on there, and when it might be open to the public, and when and if it does open, what will it be? I had heard some talk that a cafe might open there, as part of the Cultural Centre, serving native Australian cuisine.
[ED – The car-park makes a great jumping off point for lakeside dog walking]