Goondiwindi Lanescape a pathway to celebrating art in the bush

It’s going to be the biggest night in town.

We’re talking about the unveiling of one Goondiwindi’s most ambitious art project in years, if not ever. Bowen Lane, adjacent to the Goondiwindi Co-op, is being transformed and everyone is invited to the “unveiling” on Friday, October 26.

Put simply, it’s a party. And we  have every reason to think it’s gouing to a mighty good one at that. There’ll be “alfresco” dining, stalls, the Shed bar will be open, and residents will have the chance to “stroll down the lane” and see the artists at work. It begins at 5.30 and the organising committee hopes people  will walk straight from work.There’ll also be a cocktail van.

GRC Mayor, Cr Graeme Scheu said the lanescape project showe why Goondiwindi is ranked one of the Australia’s most “liveable” towns. The “co-operation, the support, the volunteers we have in our community, is what makes us such a great place to live and it’s what allows a group like this one transform the town, and we should all be proud of that,” he said.

An example of Ian's work.

An example of Ian's work.