Illawarra Museum underwent several changes over years

By Carol Herben, Oam
Updated March 10 2015 - 2:43pm, first published March 9 2015 - 5:23pm
The Wollongong Post Office and Telegraph Office when its Italian facade was completed in 1882. It has served many purposes since then, including that of a World War II recruiting office. Now the Illawarra Museum, the building has been state-heritage listed.  Picture: From the collections of WOLLONGONG CITY LIBRARY and ILLAWARRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Wollongong Post Office and Telegraph Office when its Italian facade was completed in 1882. It has served many purposes since then, including that of a World War II recruiting office. Now the Illawarra Museum, the building has been state-heritage listed. Picture: From the collections of WOLLONGONG CITY LIBRARY and ILLAWARRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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