The Australian Opal Centre has plans to build "an amazing national museum in an energy-efficient, 100 metre long, two storey underground building ..."
Land has been acquired and funding approval sought from the Australian government.
Currently, only a very small selection of the Museum's collection is on display. Even so, there was plenty to look at. As much as I enjoyed looking at the various fossilised/opalised bones, shells and plant seeds/fragments - it was Harold's opal dentures that really caught my eye!