10D9N Melbourne Day 6 : ACMI, Bat Mobile, Nintendo Famicom, NES, Super Mario Catridge, Ty The Tasmanian Tiger Zoetrope, Mad Max, Felix The Cat, Audi S3, Pie In The Sky, Miss Marples Tea Room, Scones, Beef Burgundy Pie, Cocolate Pecan Fudge Cake, SkyHigh Mt Dandenong, The Giant


08.09 am – Woke up to move the car from the streets to a car park.

09.59 am – Began our day.

10.09 am – Arrived at ACMI in Federation Square.

The big screen tv where

I can see myself.

The sign.

The sliding door.

Lining up to get tickets.

Got ourselves a cheaper double pass ticket for the Tim Burton Exhibition in ACMI and European Masters in NGV.

The bat mobile.

Tim Burton’s “Balloon Boy”.

10.30 am – And then we entered the normal ACMI exhibit before entering the Tim Burton exhibit.

The games lab.

An area where you can find all the game consoles throughout the years.

Remember Lemmings?

You can still play it today in Flash.

The generation 1 Xbox.

Nintendo Famicom control.

My favourite childhood video game.


Felix the cat.

A slide projector.


A coin slot machine where you can see stuff.

Empty film reels.

A projector.

Another old type of projector.

Felix the cat again.

Actors and actresses of those days.

Charlie Chaplin.

A super old antique tv that still works.

A horn.

Astro boy.

Star Wars.

Still black and white.

A space helmet?

Shadow monster??

I tried making one out of my shadows and it worked! You could hear growls coming out of the ‘mouths’.

Nintendo NES and a Super Mario Bros. 3 game catrdge.

Super mario catridge in a Nintendo 64.

The initial conception of Toy Story.

Lara Croft in Tomb Raider.

Looked into a hole by the wall and saw a slide.


Costume used in a movie.

Aboriginal works.

The touchscreen information circle.

Ty The Tasmanian Tiger Zoetrope.

At a glance, it looked like any normal clay figurine carousel.

The jumping ducks.

The frog and chicken.

But when it starts moving and the lights start blinking,

This is what you’ll see.

The car used in Mad Max.


Who’s this?

An Academy Award trophy.

The 3 round private movie stations.

The cartoon and it’s images.

The entrance to Tim Burton’s exhibition where no pictures were allowed to be taken. Inside we saw lots of props used in Tim Burton’s movies like the real costume used in Batman, Alice in Wonderland, etc.

Here’s a quick glance of what we saw inside.