It's not often an activity would equally entertain a nine-year-old boy and a 100-year-old grandmother, but the interactive experience at the new-look Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame in Longreach has hit that multi-generational sweet spot.
The outback Queensland museum reopened on Thursday after a $15 million makeover three years in the making.
Gladstone residents Mandy and Huub De Bruijn extended their stay in Longreach for the reopening.
"It's just blown me away," Mrs De Bruijn said.
"I thought we'd be finished within two hours. We're two hours in and we're not even halfway through."
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Article written y Ellie Grounds