Virtual African Wilderness Reality at the NMA

A National Geographic VR Exploration into the Okavango Delta

Now showing daily at the Circa theatre of the National Museum of Australia, with sessions starting at a quarter past the hour from 9.15am.

Tickets $20 at the Information Desk

‘Come face-to-face with elephants, lions and hippos as you explore one of the world’s largest wetlands. This stunning 360-degree virtual reality experience is from the National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project team.

Ride in a mokoro (canoe) as it glides through the Okavango Delta in northern Botswana, one of Africa’s most biodiverse regions.’

Allow up to 30 minutes for the VR experience and plan your visit during peak times.

Note: Not recommended for children under the age 13 and people with certain medical conditions; glasses can be worn under the headset, but the focus cannot be adjusted.


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