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Walk Horsham's Public Art & Hertiage Trail 

Download the public art and heritage trail map brochure here.

Eye catching works depict the essence of our great city in a newly created brochure showcasing Horsham's Public Art & Heritage Trail. Experience and enjoy Public Art & Heritage in many locations throughout Horsham Rural City dating back as early as the 1900's. Each tells a story or presents a viewpoint that is linked to this wonderful community and region. Consider this Public Art & Heritage Trail as the way to explore our city!  A few hours will introduce fascinating places and fascinating faces. Visit the local Horsham and Grampians Visitor Information Centre in O'Callaghan Parade or the Civic Centre in Roberts Ave to pick up a copy of the Trail Guide to art, culture and heritage in Horsham Rural City.

The Art & Heritage Trail is a 4.5 kilometre walk through the city's historic areas, with a focus on artworks and memorials that commemorate Horsham's history. The trail commences at the Wesley Performing Arts Centre and Horsham Regional Art Gallery and finishes at the Horsham War Memorial Swimming Pool. It is a mix of historic, heritage-listed and contemporary artworks and monuments, each contributing to Horsham's story.

The trail has been divided into two distinct precincts; the Horsham Town Centre (CBD) Trail and the Gardens-River Trail.

CBD Trail

Walking Time: 1-1.5 hours

Distance approx: 2.3 kms 

Gardens-River Trail

Walking Time: 1-1.5 hours

Distance: 2.2 kms 

Please note some changes to the brochure: The Horsham Regional Art Gallery has moved from Jubilee Hall back to its home at 80 Wilson Street. New Public Art items include: Writing on the Wall Project – where you will see Poetry on the Main Street (including plaques on seating and poetry around Amcal Chemist, Horsham Library and Wesley Performing Arts Centre) and the Light in Laneways Project which involves 8 lightboxes which have been installed on the Forty Winks wall along Ward Street carpark and on the Horsham Town Hall wall along Gallery Alley.


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