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Koondrook Barham Redgum Statue River Walk

Redgum Statue Walk carving

Contact Koondrook Barham Redgum Statue River Walk

The Redgum Statue walk meanders along the banks of the Murray River through both the towns of Koondrook and Barham. The walk takes in the many Redgum statues which have been carved by Kevin Guilders and his chainsaw.

The carved statues depict the pioneer men and women of the district along with the iconic wildlife of the area. A brochure detailing the walk and includes a guided map and information on each statue. Brochures can be downloaded here or found at the many food and retail businesses in towns across the shire with tourist information.

The very first statue created was of Alexander "Sandy" Arbuthnot 1850-1914, aged 64 years. Mr Alexander Arbuthnot was the founder of the Arbuthnot Sawmill in the late 1800's. Arbuthnot Sawmill continues to operate on the original sawmill site.