Explore Benalla’s beautiful Aboriginal Community Garden located within Moira Reserve along the banks of the Broken River.
Nestled in amongst a stand of beautiful old River Red Gums, this peaceful bush oasis is a place for rest and reflection and for deepening appreciation of Indigenous culture and the natural environment.
Experience the plants and waterway significant to the Indigenous people of Benalla prior to European settlement. Discover the giant stone snakes hidden within the garden’s granite stonewall and explore carvings and symbols on the large ‘resting’ rocks created by local Indigenous elders and community members.
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