The Burdekin Shire offers a variety of cultural experiences.
Eighth Avenue, Home Hill.
A large mural depicts elements of rural life in the Burdekin, including cane farms, mango orchards and farmhouses. The mural was painted by Ayr artist Margaret Redweik. Canecutter mural
A tribute to the men who made their living in the canefields. Before the introduction of mechanical cane harvesters in the 1960s, farmers relied upon gangs of canecutters to get their cane to the mill. Hand canecutting was tough work requiring stamina and great skill with a caneknife. This mural was painted by Ayr artist Margaret Redweik.
|Living Lagoon Sculptures – Burdekin Theatre Complex|
Queen Street, Ayr.
The granite and bronze sculpture which dominates the Burdekin Theatre forecourt was opened in 1985. Created by Stephen Walker, the culpture pays tribute to native flora and fauna, while recognising the importance of water to the Burdekin community.
Queen Street – Ayr.
|Mausoleums – Ayr Cemetery|
Bruce Highway, Ayr
|Gubulla Munda Giant Carpet Snake|
Totem of the Juru people
Plantation Park, Ayr.Gudjuda Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation
Ph: 07 4783 7229
|Mika Mora Artwork – Ayr Library|
108 Graham Street, Ayr
Ph: 07 4783 9870