Gubulla Munda

Landmarks and Buildings

A popular place in the Burdekin for visitors to take photos is located in Plantation Park, Ayr. The giant carpet snake is an impressive feature, and makes a fantastic backdrop. This 60 metre artwork depicts Gubulla Munda, the Aboriginal totem and the protective spirit for the Birri Gubba people. Gubulla Munda holds sacred cultural and spiritual significance to the Traditional Owners.

Also, there are several plaques and a memorial stone. These mark the remains of Birri Gubba ancestors re-interred at this sacred site. The Gudjuda Reference Group commissioned the large sculpture Gubulla Munda Dreaming, which was constructed in 2004. It was painted by aboriginal artists. The monument was created to celebrate and promote indigenous culture.

Facilities

Barbeque Cafe Carpark Family Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation

Accreditation

COVID Safe

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Children enjoying the Ayr Nature Display

Ayr Nature Display

Ayr, Burdekin

Completed in May 2016, the Hand Cane Cutter statues at the Home Hill Showgrounds are a must see on your visit to the Burdekin region. One hour south of Townsville, bring your camera!

Hand Cane Cutters

Home Hill, Burdekin

Formerly St Patrick

Old Brandon Church

Brandon, Burdekin

Front of Burdekin Theatre lit up in lights on show night

Burdekin Theatre

Ayr, Burdekin

New panels depict Juru people, John Drysdale, Inkerman Mill and Locomotive, Ferry and Barge.

Burdekin Diorama

Home Hill, Burdekin

Ayr’s Anzac Park has a variety of playground equipment, is fully fenced and is a fantastic place to take the family. The all abilities playground allows children in wheelchairs to be included in the fun.

Anzac Park, Ayr

Ayr, Burdekin

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