This is a scan of the "Bunyip" Gold Nugget, found near Bridgewater, west of Bendigo in 1972
More details about this specimen can be found at
Main Image - "Bunyip" Gold Nugget. Photographer: Frank Coffa, Copyright: Museum Victoria/ CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Second Image - Print of scan from Makerbot Replicator 2 with post-print painting by Museum Victoria's preparators. Photographer: Rodney Start , Copyright: Museum Victoria/CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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As the state museum for Victoria, we are responsible for looking after the State collection of nearly 17 million objects, documents, photographs and specimens
Museums Victoria's origins date back to 1854, with the founding of the National Museum of Victoria and the establishment, in 1870, of the Industrial and Technological Museum of Victoria (later known as the Science Museum of Victoria). By proclamation of the Museums Act 1983 (Vic.), these two institutions were amalgamated to form what is known today as Museums Victoria, governed by the Museums Board of Victoria. In 1996, Museums Victoria took over custodianship of the World Heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building.