PUBLIC ART & HERITAGE TRAIL
The brochure has been divided into two distinct precincts, the CBS and Heritage Trail. Both walking trails are approximately 1 to 1.1/2 hours duration.
Only a portion of Horsham city's individual heritage places have been featured, but you will notice much more on your journey around town.
Horsham is continuingly producing public art, the Tim Jones delightful Scar Tree Sculpture, near City Gardens Estate, the Angi Polglaze's Totem Pole and Wimmera Burnt Creek Meeting Place both in Roberts Place. Not to be missed is the very dazzling artistic mural in Bradbury Lane.
View Art Sculptures
Located in Jos lane is a metal sculptural mural depicts aspects of the Wimmera unique landscape. The black silhouette of ravens appearing overhead.
Platanus Acerifilia - Woven Nest
Located on the Cnr. of Pynsent St and Firebrace St. The nest involves the hand weaving of twigs into the structure itself.
Post Office Bell
Located on the Crn of Firebrace St and McLachlan St. on top of this sculpture sits the historic 1880's Horsham Post Office Bell and a corella figurine.