Wiradjuri Honour Wall

The Wiradjuri Honour Wall stands to honour the people of the Narrungdera Clan who have passed, and the Wiradjuri people of Narrandera Shire.

The rammed earth material of the Wiradjuri Honour Wall has been used to signify the natural earth colours of the Sandhills area and the colours of the Aboriginal flag. The design of the wall itself was based on a concept provided by Mr Dean Ingram.

The aerial view of the wall is symbolic of a meeting place which has significant meaning in Aboriginal culture. The open-sided nature of the curved structure is designed to be welcoming with a raised platform to enable future events and presentations to occur at the site.

This mulit-staged project has been a number of years in the making with stage one involving the wall construction and paving and stage two proposed as including public artworks and possible sculpture to be placed on the currently vacant pedestal.

Nearby events

  1. Annual Koala Count

    Event dates to be confirmed: April 2019 , Narrandera

    Come along for the Annual Koala Count in Narrandera. Meet for a 10am start. The Narrandera Koala Count is a great chance for people to see koalas in the wild. Held at the Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve, the Koala Count is a fun way…

  2. Narrandera Farmers Market

    Sunday 05 May 2019 to Sunday 07 July 2019 , Narrandera

    Narrandera Farmers' Market is held on the first Sunday of the month. It boasts a variety of local produce, baking, preserves, and handmade items. A lovely, relaxing way to spend your Sunday morning. Take the Lions Train and combine your…

    05 May - 07 Jul