Kurri Kurri and the surrounding villages have over 60 outdoor public artworks on display, showcasing the history and heritage of this region.
The murals provide a visual journey, telling the stories of the people, events and places that shaped the area’s unique character, culture and heritage.
An image of a kookaburra, the emblem of Kurri Kurri, is contained in each of the murals. See if you can spot them all!
Groups can undertake a tour by one of their local guides. Or you can pick up a handy mural map at the Kurri Kurri Visitor Centre for a self guided tour.
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