The Winton Wetlands is an ephemeral wetlands located near Benalla in North East Victoria, with over 8,000 hectares this is an incredible landscape to visit. Art In The Landscape is an an evolving work of artworks and installations using the landscape of the Winton Wetlands as a canvas. The concept is to involve and engage visitors in the landscape and its cultures.

This guided tour takes in the existing artworks and installations, these works have been created to be evidence of the respect, loss, renewal of the indigenous and non-indigenous interaction with the landscape.

Works by Guido van Halen, Cam Scale, local artist Tim Bowtell, Jack Anselmi, Tammy-Lee Atkinson, Troy Firebrace and Bailey Bish.

The Winton Wetlands seen through the artworks and installations adds to the experience. In these challenging times, this tour is perfect for the solo traveler and two - four people.

Type Indicative prices

$60 per person is the tour price only. $285 includes tour for two plus one night accommodation motel style twin share.

$60.00 - $285.00
Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 17/08/17

    Thu: 10:00am - 02:00pm

During this time Benalla Tours is offering small group tours, please contact to discuss how you can still explore the region. Visit Benalla offers guided walking and mini bus tours, and your cycling tour needs. If you are more into self guided touring allow Benalla Tours to assist you with information, accommodation and travel needs.

Ned Kelly's name and deeds are etched into the Australian story. Benalla is the epicentre of this story, so let Visit Benalla tours take you on this journey. Experience the landscapes, wineries, villages, arts culture and history.

Visit Benalla is run by passionate locals who are wanting visitors to experience the secrets that Benalla and the North East region has to offer.

  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Visitor Information Centre
Mair Street, Benalla, Victoria, 3672

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