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Sculpture in the Red Gums

Murray Valley Regional Park

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Overview

Sculpture in the Red Gums is in Murray Valley Regional Park at Edward River Bridge picnic area. It’s a unique way to learn about the rich history of the many different ways people use forests.

This series of 4 steel sculptures by artist Geoff Hocking shows the history of the river red gum forest, from Aboriginal fishermen to pastoralists and timber cutters. Combine it with a picnic, camping or kayaking adventure at Edward River, or with the Sculptures of the Long Paddock drive.

Nearby

  • Edward River Bridge picnic area, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: Gavin Hansford

    Edward River Bridge picnic area

    Enjoy a riverside family barbecue at Edward River Bridge picnic area at Mathoura, not far from Deniliquin. This picnic area in Murray Valley Regional Park welcomes dogs and is equipped with barbecues and picnic tables.

  • Edward River Bridge campground, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: Gavin Hansford/NSW Government

    Edward River Bridge campground

    Dogs are welcome to Edward River Bridge campground which offers free camping sites within Murray Valley Regional Park, not far from Mathoura.

  • Edward River canoe and kayak trail, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: David Finnegan

    Edward River canoe and kayak trail

    Edward River canoe and kayak trail in Murray Valley National Park is a great paddling spot with camping, picnic, and swimming opportunities. It's also equipped with a wheelchair-accessible kayak launch.

These maps give a basic overview of park attractions and facilities, and may not be detailed enough for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.