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Hay Water Tower Art

Cnr Pine and Brunker St Hay NSW 2711

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.

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Hay Gaol Museum

Church St Hay NSW 2711

From Open 7 days per week from 9am - 5pm

Built in 1878 and a community museum since 1976 the Hay Gaol has stood sentinel over the town as it transformed from Gaol to maternity hospital to institute for girls and now a museum. The museum houses an intriguing collection of artefacts from antique windmills to Australia’s oldest known bark canoe.

Maude

Located just 52 kilometres west of Hay, Maude is another beautiful place to set up camp or cast a lineExpect to find yellow belly, redfin and Murray cod as well as plenty of native wildlife along the banks of the Bidgee.Tired of feeding the fish? Enjoy some country hospitality at the Post Office Hotel or…

Hay War Memorial High School Museum

Hay War Memorial High School Museum, 216 Pine Street, Hay NSW 2711, Australia

The people of Hay built a school as the war memorial for Hay to commemorate those who served in World War I. The museum tells both the stories of Hay and district war service from the Boer War to the present and the history of the school. The school was opened on ANZAC Day in1923…