Echuca-Moama is gearing up to get drenched in colour at the Moama Lights festival.
Moama’s latest festival is an embodiment and celebration of all things art, light and colour. From 8 to 22 May, Horseshoe Lagoon will be transformed into a vivid display of light and installations. The festival aims to portray the lively spirit and story of the Murray border community — Echuca Moama through the events. (Featured image: Moama Lights.)
The show will feature exemplary light displays and innovative installations and projections incorporating state-of-the-art light technology along the 600-metre-long lit-up trail of the Horseshoe Lagoon. You can foray into a field of vivid native flowers surrounded by spectacular light displays and soak in the rich culture of the community. In its line-up of events — the show is also set to feature three individual acts including Echuca Moama indigenous culture, riverboat heritage and present-day life.
Moama Lights is funded by the NSW Government Streets as Shared Spaces program and organised by Murray River Council. The event is free to attend but registration is required for a timed ticket. Get yours here.