From sculptures of indigenous art, and footsteps of the past, there’s plenty of history to be uncovered North of the Murray.
Discover more about Australian artists, Tommy McRae and Tom Roberts, and Corowa’s role in the birth of Federation Australia at the Corowa Federation Museum. Travel in the tracks of Tom Roberts on The Shearing the Rams Trail, a self-guided tour beginning at the Corowa Visitor Centre and passing through the Shearing Shed, the Shearing of the Ram Sculpture, The Corowa Saleyards, and ending at Gallery 294.
Rich with Indigenous and colonial history, the Howlong History Trail uncovers the stories behind the 28 locations from the Howlong Hovell tree planted in 1938 to the Howlong Golf Club, residing on the original location of the 100-mile Howlong Racecourse, that first took place in 1873.
Once you’ve got the historical lay of the land, don your art critic hat and browse the local galleries and art studios.
Step your way through Morundah, Mulwala, Lowesdale and Urana and discover sculptures by acclaimed scrap metal artist Andrew Whitehead like The Last Train from Boree and The Savannah Goanna.