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The flood inundated the museum with more than mm of rain in 48 hours, and on that fateful night, as cars floated by on the rising waters, volunteers worked feverishly to protect the museum collection. Within a week of the flooding, swift action by Coffs Harbour City Council saw the collection stored in hired facilities within an industrial area where it remained for the next few years. About Who We Are. Looking to the future, Leigh says the museum will be a model of sustainability while striving to create its own income stream. And after five long years of homelessness, the Coffs Harbour Museum opened in September to deafening community acclaim and crowds of enthusiastic visitors. As Dr Leigh Summers, Museum Director and Curator explained, the staff and community responded by getting down to work, and planning for a new museum fit for the 21 st century. On 18 September , Coffs Harbour Regional Museum reopened its doors after a flood forced its closure some five years earlier.

Local Aboriginal culture takes pride of place in the new museum. The new Coffs Harbour Regional Museum. After the Flood Pop up display while the museum was closed featuring wedding dresses from About Who We Are. Despite their best efforts the museum building was deemed uninhabitable, and the once burgeoning museum was left without exhibition or collection facility. Terrie Beckhouse, Museum Coordinator, has led volunteer staff assessing and documenting the collection. Coffs Harbour Regional Museum.

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Terrie Beckhouse, Museum Coordinator, has led volunteer staff assessing and documenting the collection. Within a week of the flooding, swift action by Coffs Harbour City Council saw the collection stored in hired facilities within an industrial area where it remained for the next few years.

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Despite being without a physical space, the last four years have been kabarehu busy period for the museum. They also had the foresight to purchase the old police headquarters and police station on higher ground and to begin the required restoration immediately. After five long years of homelessness, the Coffs Harbour Museum opened in September to deafening community acclaim and crowds of enthusiastic visitors.

Despite their best efforts the museum building was deemed uninhabitable, and the once burgeoning museum was left without exhibition or collection facility. Local Aboriginal culture takes pride of place in the new museum.

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The displays carefully contextualise the past, while offering a look at the vibrant Aboriginal culture in the Coffs Harbour region today. Congratulations to Leigh, Terrie, the local council and the museum volunteers on a job well done!

As Dr Leigh Summers, Museum Director and Curator explained, the staff and community responded by getting down to work, and planning for a new museum fit for the 21 st century.

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One of the most popular displays for young and old alike is the tin cans with string — and unsurprisingly, no modern digital gadgetry provides the same simple pleasure of talking and listening into this most fundamental of communication devices. About Who We Are.

And after five long years of homelessness, the Coffs Harbour Museum opened in September to deafening community kabagetu and crowds of enthusiastic visitors. After the Flood Pop up display while the museum was closed featuring wedding dresses from Looking to the future, Leigh says the museum will be a model of sustainability while striving to create its own income stream.

The flood inundated the museum with more than mm of rain in 48 hours, and on that fateful night, as cars floated by on the rising waters, volunteers worked feverishly to protect the museum collection.

On 18 SeptemberCoffs Harbour Regional Museum reopened its doors after a flood forced its closure some five years earlier.