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Visual Narratives - Public Art Tour

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In celebration of Write Around the Murray(WAM) Festival, join us to explore the visual narratives behind the murals and sculptures of Albury.

We will be moving within and through familiar spaces, you will encounter a selection of interesting and thought-provoking works.

This guided public art tour is a wonderful way to hear the stories about each work and understand how important they are to our city and its community.

Date: Saturday 16th September

Time: 10 am

Duration: 45 mins- 60 mins

Age: Suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times. Pram friendly journey. 

Children tickets will receive a fun activity booklet to complete during the tour.  

Price: Free but bookings are essential


Start by meeting us at the front of the Library Museum in Alburys CBD. Where we will explore:

  • The laser cut steel installation of Bruce Dawns poem 'Living Rivers'
  • 'Re/Place Pavilion' in QEII square
  • The 'Mighty Murray Mural' by Peter Day
  • Lightbox installation of 'The Walk Off' by Glennys Briggs
  • And 'Matriarchal Strength' by Teisha Maksymow-McGuiness in Amp lane
  • Mural titled 'Four Fellas' by Burg in Volt lane
  • 'Little Egret' by Chris Henderson
  • 'Water Ways' by Nat Ward

We will finish up outside of CityWalk arcade along Volt lane. 

Please note: Participating in this tour will require you to travel outdoors, for approximately 400m without vehicles. Surfaces include bitumen, gravel, concrete, grass and brick. Attendees are advised to wear flat closed-in shoes and sun-safe attire. Please bring an umbrella if there are light showers. 


If you have any additional needs or questions, please email us at

We apologise for any inconvenience, but we must kindly state to all participants that no pets are allowed on the tour for WHS reasons. Registered service dogs are the exception.

Image: Artwork ‘Little Egret’ (2021) by Chris Henderson (SiRHC); Photography by Jeremy Weihrauch

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