Museums & Galleries Qld

Museum Development Officers return to Gayndah for disaster recovery work

Posted on: 29 October 2013

On the blog of the Museum Development Officers this week, is a really instructive account of stage two of disaster recovery at Gayndah. What to do after you have put all those muddy items into the freezer to deal with later is explained beautifully here with lots of pictures of the work in progress. M&GSQ congratulates all the MDOS and the volunteers at Gayndah for this incredible effort towards disaster recovery from the January floods. To see their blog post go to


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