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Gold Coast Historical Museum Inc

Gold Coast Historical Museum Inc

Type: Galleries, Museums and Collections Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Gold Coast Museum was opened in 1972, believed to be a former Aboriginal gathering place with middens. The heritage listed grounds and trees of one and a quarter acres include littoral forest and gardens planted with ancient native vegetation. Bundall sugar mill was in the vicinity from 1872 until 1888 and family members of those who worked at the mill have been buried with marked graves within the grounds. The grounds were part of the ABC

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