The Hay Water Tower art was envisaged as a lasting tribute to the many servicemen and women that left their small Riverina town on Hay Plains when the call to arms was made in World War II and headed overseas combat to protect their loved ones and county.
Five veterans were selected to represent a broad selection of the servicemen and women of Hay, they now watch proudly overlooking the community they sort to protect. Read the stories of these men and women through the panels at the towers or you can visit the Australian Silo Art Trail - CLICK HERE.
Murrumbidgee River & Sandy Point
The Murrumbidgee River is affectionally known as the “Bidgee” by locals. The river is the lifeblood of the district, providing life-giving irrigation water for local agriculture and hours of fun for visitors and locals alike.The beautiful white sandy beaches of the Murrumbidgee River are a favourite spot. A haven for water lovers, Sandy Point boasts…
Sunset & The Plains
Cobb Highway, Hay NSW 2711
Enjoy the unique experience of seeing the sunset with a 360° uninterrupted view. The perfect spot for photographers or those wanting to enjoy a traditional “sundowner” as the sun sets over the vast Hay Plains. Located on one of the flattest places in the world, just 16km north of Hay on the Cobb Highway the…
Story telling is a way of life in the bush. We are closely connected to our history and proud of our past. From tales of the Shearing industry at the iconic Shear Outback – Australian Shearers Hall of Fame to the moving stories of Prisoners of War at Dunera Museum, our museums are a must-do…