Gulgong Holtermann Museum
|Gulgong Holtermann Museum|
Gulgong Holtermann Museum in 2016
|Address||123-125 Mayne Street|
|Town or city||Gulgong, NSW|
https://holtermann.museum Holtermann Museum is a community project and a museum space located in gold rush town of Gulgong, New South Wales. Two of the town's earliest buildings, also featured on Australian ten-dollar note (see The Greatest Wonder) renovated and extended, house an interactive educational and tourist facility based on the UNESCO listed Holtermann Collection - photographs taken for Bernhardt Holtermann during the "roaring days" in the 1870s. 
Public launch of the museum took place on 22 January 2015. Designed by architect Jiri Lev, the museum space is formed by series of three interconnected multi-functional pavilions built behind the restored heritage street-front buildings. The first is used as an extension of the exhibition space and for temporary exhibits, the second an event space and the third a workshop space. The museum design employs passive solar heating and natural cooling and lighting.
Gulgong Holtermann Museum officially opened on 26 October 2019.
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- "Gulgong project strikes $200,000". Mudgee Guardian. 2018-05-30. Retrieved 2019-04-11.
- Palmer, Benjamin (2018-07-02). "NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian visits Gulgong". Mudgee Guardian. Retrieved 2019-04-11.
- Harrison, Joy (2019-09-20). "Gulgong Holtermann museum is opening". Mudgee Guardian. Retrieved 2019-10-26.