A "welcoming committee" of towering totem structures ranging from 8 to 15 feet tall starts your journey through Australian Outback. In both Australian and North American aboriginal cultures, totems are symbols of a clan, family, or individual. In Australia, each totem is an animal representing a human characteristic, and in Native American tradition, nine different animals accompany each person through life as guides. The totems of Australian Outback combine these traditions, depicting a koala, platypus, crocodile, kangaroo, Tasmanian devil, and kookaburra. See which totem animal "calls" to you!