Diversity & Inclusion
Here at Eromanga Natural History Museum, we hope to provide an inclusive and welcoming experience to everyone. All guests, regardless of their backgrounds, demographics, identities, orientations or religions are welcome at Eromanga Natural History Museum. Diversity training features strongly in our staff induction programs ensuring that our visitors enjoy themselves free from discrimination.
We offer the following mobility access:
- an accessible ramp leading to our Reception area
- one accessible toilet facility located in our Reception area
- wide, easily accessible pathways throughout the entire Museum
- an accessible parking space available in the car park directly outside the Eromanga Natural History Museum entry.
Accredited assistance dogs are always welcome.
We proudly accept companion cards for entry and tours. To purchase your entry or tour ticket, and secure a matching Companion Card ticket for your Companion or Carer prior to arrival, please contact Eromanga Natural History Museum via phone (07) 4656 3084 or email [email protected]. We require your Companion Card number if booking your tickets prior to arrival. Companion tickets are not required to be named.
Alternatively, you may purchase an entry or tour ticket at our Reception on arrival. The Companion Card holder must present their Companion Card and Photo ID. The Companion or Carer will be required to present Photo ID to Reception staff at the time of purchase.
For more information about the Companion Card program please visit www.companioncard.gov.au
If you or your group have specific needs, please contact us to discuss how we might be able to make your experience more enjoyable. We also recommend that you arrive early, prior to the start of your tour, to allow us the time to assist you. Please contact Eromanga Natural History Museum via phone (07) 4656 3084 or email [email protected] to discuss how we can help.