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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 (they for some reason insist on calling parmis a "parma") 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.