The Isa Experience lives, entertains and enthrals. From the fascinating
insight into the mining industry development to the cultural
diversity of Mount Isa shown in the theatrette movies, to the
depictions of the quirkiness of daily life in the early days, the exhibit
is vibrant and entertaining.
The stunning, award-winning, dual plasma screens mysteriously begin as
you enter the exhibit space. Blending the indigenous and white
perspectives, it dramatically concludes with the didgeridoo 'morphing'
into the modern lead stack that dominates the city skyline. The Isa
Experience gives an intimate and in-depth perspective to the
development of a multi-cultural society that existed
well before the term was coined.
The Outback Park is an extensive creative landscape that captures
visitors' attention, with a central lagoon surrounded by lush naive
plantings and a Lawn Hill gorge inspired waterfall.
A bridge extends across the lagoon and the paths lead around the park
to various shaded rest spots where you can stop and relax or enjoy your
Visit also the Rodeo Hall of Fame which was
opened in 2018. The brand-new display gives you a great insight into
the history of the biggest rodeo in the southern hemisphere - the Mount
Isa Mines Rodeo. Learn about the most famous cowboys & cowgirls,
the most prestigious bucking horses and bulls, the people who made the
rodeo into what it has now become and much more.
Family: $58.00 (2 adults + 2 children)
Group Prices available
Opening Times: 8.30am - 5.00pm daily
(Closed Christmas Day, New Years Day, Good Friday and Boxing