Introducing Goondiwindi's First Art & Sculpture Trail

The Goondiwindi Region is full of surprises. From colourful installations and insightful urban design to the private collection of local artists and residents, join us for an entertaining afternoon as we discover the inspiration behind some of the town's most loved creative works and take in local highlights along the way.

The Trail

'Nungwai' (a private property featuring award winning sculptural works) , The Boat Ramp, Bowen Lane and the Border Heritage Precinct (including The Old Bridge, Gunsynd Memorial and Australian Water Tank Art) are all included in this tour.

On the outskirts of town, we explore the unique and eclectic collection from local artists, Angus & Sandie Wilson with private access only. Discover the inspiration behind some of the town's most loved pieces made from scrap metal and old farmyard favourites. 

The Boat Ramp
With unrivalled views of the MacIntyre River, this picture perfect precinct is quickly evolving with locals fishing and creative flair. Not to mention a new pontoon and abundance of wildlife in the warmer months.
Bowen Lane 
Who needs Melbourne when you have 'Bowen Lane' and local arts committee, Lanescape. Featuring major works by renowned artist, Ian Tremewen and our very own local High School, keep an eye out for unexpected gems. 

Border Heritage Precinct 
Set against The Old Bridge, Gunsynd Memorial and our heritage listed Customs House Museum, this peaceful precinct forms part of the Australian Silo Art Trail. It's also the home of this old Carbeen Tree, better known to locals as the 'Tree of Knowledge'. 

The Art & Sculpture trail departs from Goondiwindi Cotton (27 Herbert St) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2pm. The tour takes approx. 2.5hrs. With friendly locals leading the way and the comfort of our air conditioned bus, this is a great way to see the town and enjoy 'Regional Australia at it's Best'.

For more information or to book a tour, call 07 4671 5611.