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McCoy Street, Waikerie. (Waikerie District Historical Society)

Waikerie Heritage Walk

Enjoy an escorted walk through the streets of Waikerie. Explore the history of the town, read the plaques and view various old photos on display in shop windows. Afterwards, relax with a cuppa and something to eat at one of the many cafes in our town. Take a walk to the river, see the ferry and pumping station or venture on the cliff-top walk to the lookout to see the views over the river, or walk further along the track to the newly painted silos. Self-guided brochures available from Visitor Information Centre, Rain Moth Gallery and online. Bookings required by phone or email.

Presented by Waikerie District Historical Society

When

Guided walk: Wed 12 & 26 May, 10am (approx. 60 mins)

Where

Visitor Information Centre/Library, Strangman Rd, Waikerie

Price

Free

Contact

Julie Webber, 0409 097 483, waikerie.history@gmail.com

Info

Bookings Essential Partial Wheelchair Access Toilets

Bookings required by phone or email
Some uneven surfaces and inclines.
Toilets available at Waikerie Visitor Information Centre/Library, McCoy Street and the riverfront.

Connect

http://waikerie.com/waikerie-driving-and-walking-trails

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