Gowrie Park Tasmania

Largest mural I have seen 94ms long by 4ms high.
Gowrie Park lies at the foot of Mount Roland and is a former workers’ village for the Tasmanian Hydro-electric scheme. 

Murial – Gowrie Park Tasmania

A number of dams and power stations were built on the Forth River and Gowrie Park once housed over 2,500 workers.  These days it is virtually a ghost town but comes a live once a year when the Rodeo is on.

We camped next to the Rodeo grounds and O’Niells Creek. Caught a brown trout for dinner.

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