Audio tour

Audio tourLyrics Landscapes and Lintels Public Art Trail

Only in English

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  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    This public art trail celebrates public art as a way to communicate Leeton's heritage values and the stories of Leeton's history as it relates to natural, built and aboriginal heritage. This trail links Yanco, Leeton and Whitton through the historical stories represented by the Public Art, of aboriginal heritage, the birth of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area to feed our nation, and the inter-war period.

  3. 1 Feeding a Nation
  4. 2 Samuel McCaughey memorial Statue
  5. 3 Letona Lady memorial statue
  6. 4 Wind Messenger
  7. 5 Anamorphic Resonance
  8. 6 Lighting Leeton
  9. 7 Remembering Wattle Hill
  10. 8 Charred Memories
  1. Audio tour Summary

    This public art trail celebrates public art as a way to communicate Leeton's heritage values and the stories of Leeton's history as it relates to natural, built and aboriginal heritage. This trail links Yanco, Leeton and Whitton through the historical stories represented by the Public Art, of aboriginal heritage, the birth of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area to feed our nation, and the inter-war period.

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  • kate

    1 out of 5 rating 05-27-2022

    ridiculous usless app.

  • Terry O

    5 out of 5 rating 11-03-2019

    Beautiful artworks in the Leeton region, with great interpretive signage. The art trail is a lovely drive, easy to follow, and the app gives greater depth in revealing the artist’s vision and the history of the community. Great job to all involved!

  • Jackie K

    5 out of 5 rating 11-03-2019

    An inspiring collection of art that celebrates the rich and diverse heritage of Leeton Shire and the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area ! Definitely worth doing the loop between the Newell (from Narrandera) and Sturt Highways (from Darlington Point)! Better still, overnight in lovely Leeton !