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This brand-new festival will light up Echuca Moama’s beautiful red gum bushland in May
Victorians and New South Welshmen don’t have too much in common (we wear a lot of black, they for some reason insist on calling parmas "a parmi") but there is some common ground – namely the beautiful Murray River which separates our two states. This year, the Murray border community of Echuca Moama is throwing a brand new festival around this legendary river.
Moama Lights is a sound and light event that runs from May 8 to 22. It will take place at the Horseshoe Lagoon, a 600-metre-long lit-up trail that visitors can traverse and explore three different chapters of Echuca Moama’s story – its Indigenous heritage, subsequent European colonisation and finally, modern-day Echuca Moama. A light show will be projected across the lagoon and you’ll be able to see a field of illuminated flowers and colours shining across the Murray River.
The event is free to attend but you will need to register for a timed ticket via the website.