Our first ten dollar note has a picture of the Gulgong Bakery on its face. My Dad's father (my grandfather) worked there. His name was Jim (James) Blanch. His name is carved into the brick wall inside the bakery. Dad was very proud of that!
Gulgong - The Town on the Ten Dollar Note. Photo taken on February anniversary of the introduction of the Australian decimal currency and the Gulgong's Ten Dollar Status. The town celebrated by hosting a successful Ten Dollar day
Gulgong Holtermann Museum Project. Restoration of both buildings to original 1871 gold rush days using the Holtermann Collection Photo to recreate the facades. This photo was taken on the 14th Feb 2016, 50th anniversary of the Australian decimal currency to celebrate Gulgong's Ten Dollar Town status. Just love the 1966 Holden parked out front on the day
GET INTEREST: Establish the context. ---Australia's Gold Rush in pictures - Images from the late depict the heady excitement of Australia's Gold Rush period. ~ The Greatest Wonder of the World, Gulgong, NSW.