Gulargambone Water Tower Art

Gulargambone is a tiny town located on the Castlereagh River and just off the Castlereagh Highway midway between Gilgandra and Coonamble in New South Wales.

In April 2018 ten renowned artists throughout Australia visited Gulargambone to create the wildest of make overs. Twelve buildings, one water tower and two footpaths were chosen for wonderful murals including 3D interactive artworks.

The Gulargambone Water Tower was painted by Jenny McCracken and she titled her Kingfisher art work “Luck Dip”. The visiting artists included outback icons Peter Browne and John Murray. The ‘old hands’ were joined by urban artists Goodie, James Giddy and Sam Brooks who enjoyed his first foray into the true outback of Australia.

Gulargambone is only a small town, so walking around it to see the murals is very easy. I also highly recommend the Gulargambone Caravan Park. The owners are fantastic and the park has great roast nights twice a week in their community area at the park.
Created on March 31, 2018
32 Yoolundry St, Gulargambone NSW 2828, Australia
Hunted by Annette Green.
Pictures by Annette Green.

Marker details

Date created2018-03-31T22:00:00.000Z
Marker typeartwork
CityGulargambone NSW