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21 Jun 18

Australia’s deadliest flood

a black and white photo of an outdoor flood scene

On Thursday 24 June 1852, after weeks of heavy rain, the Murrumbidgee River broke its banks and surged into Gundagai, in what became Australia's deadliest flood.

By Caroline Edwards and Jono Lineen


25 May 18

Work starts on new Forecourt

a colour photo of a woman visiting a National Park

Award-winning landscape architects Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) are working to transform the Museum entrance into an immersive and sensory garden experience.

By Karen Pittar


17 Apr 18

Etch your name in history with our People's Walk

A woman with two girls

Meet Museum Friend Cindy Young, whose granddaughters' names will be etched onto a paver in our bush garden forecourt, following a recent donation.

By Karen Pittar