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Moama Lights makes a dazzling return in July and August 2022

Moama Lights is an immersive sound and light trail that showcases stories from across the region through state-of-the-art installations, projections and cutting edge moving-light technology.

Following the artistic triumph of the inaugural Moama Lights in 2021, this popular event – bronze award winner the 2021 NSW Tourism Awards – lights up Moama’s Horseshoe Lagoon again in 2022.

When: 31 July – 21 August 2022

Where: Horseshoe Lagoon sits at the southern tip of the town of Moama on the Murray River, just across the bridge from Echuca. There’s ample parking off Blair Street around the nearby Kerrabee Soundshell, and it’s an easy 20-minute stroll from the centre of Echuca.

Tickets: Capacity limits apply. Book in advance to avoid disappointment

Adults $20
Children (3 – 16 years) $10
Infants under 3yrs $0 (no need to obtain a ticket)
Family Tickets (2 adults + 2 children) $50

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Art and nature in unison

The clear winter evenings will be transformed by beautiful light displays, an enticing new show, brand new stories and a new backdrop along the upgraded footbridges at Horseshoe Lagoon. Explore in your own time, walking the path towards the historic Moama Wharf surrounded by towering river redgums, and soaking in the dusk sounds of this natural riverine lagoon.

As the sun sets and the sky turns from blue to pink, then indigo to starlit black, the entire area is transformed. Horseshoe Lagoon’s flat, accessible boardwalks and paths become the site of something magical. Fleeting images, light mosaics, jaw-dropping effects and evocative story-telling combine here in a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Inspired by the ever-changing natural light and ancient environment, Moama Lights is an unforgettable, world-class event.

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