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About this app

Dive deeper into the objects and stories in WA Museum Boola Bardip’s 8 permanent galleries with Gogo, a digital platform full of layered content that guides you along a structured path, or lets you go your own way.

Gogo, named after Western Australia’s State Fossil Emblem, uses Bluetooth location awareness to guide you through galleries on a linear tour, viewing extra content about important Hero objects with crafted narrative audio elements, or allowing you to gravitate towards what interests you most, showing you which objects you can ‘Deep Dive’ into further in your current location.

Objects featured on Gogo include:

• Placoderm giving birth - a detailed model of a fish giving birth from the Gogo Formation in the Kimberley, on display in the Wild Life gallery
• Stone tools from Barrow Island - early evidence of human occupation in Western Australia from over 50,000 years ago, on display in the Origins gallery
• Crocodile Sculpture, aka. ‘Big Croc’, a beautiful artwork that tells an important environmental story, hanging from the ceiling of the Connections gallery
• Emma Withnell’s Whalebone Chair, a curious piece of furniture that speaks to ‘making do’ in a resource-poor environment, on display in the Reflections gallery
• Journey of the Wargyl, an artwork by Richard Walley that tells the story of the Rainbow Serpent, on display in Ngalang Koort Boodja Wirn.
• Medical Model Stomach - an object that tells of the discovery of an ulcer-causing stomach bacteria, on display in the Innovations gallery
• Mandu Mandu beads - a stunning example of jewellery crafted circa 39,000 years ago, on display in the Changes gallery.
• Otto the Blue Whale - Western Australia’s blue whale skeleton that hangs from the ceiling of Hackett Hall, above the Treasures gallery.
Updated on
30 Oct 2023

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