After a year of lockdowns the Moooving Art herd have broken loose to explore the region and the Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre needs your help rounding them up!
Wandering away from their usual sites, the cheeky cattle have left behind a list of clues to solve before they return home. The treasure hunt consists of several cow locations around the region including Shepparton, Mooroopna, Merrigum, Murchison, Tatura and Dookie.
Greater Shepparton Visitor Experience Coordinator Maree Glasson said it was a great chance to get the kids out this summer exploring the region.
“The Great Moooving Art Roundup is free to enter and you can start at any clue or destination, completing tasks in any order or time to fit within your school holiday plans,” Ms Glasson said.
“Everyone in the family can enjoy the roundup, you’ll be able to find the cows near lots of playgrounds and outdoor areas. Take the family on a little road trip and explore the offerings of our small towns such as award-winning bakeries, wonderful shopping opportunities, friendly locals, unique visitor experiences, sceneries and lots of hidden treasures.”
Explore Greater Shepparton’s Moooving Art herd, track down the answers to the clues and go into the draw to win one of ten $50 vouchers to Fun Planet, Laugh-A-Lot Links Mini Golf at Riverside Gardens, GV Inflatable Nation, Rebound Shepparton, Oz Ten Pin Star Bowl, Chocolate Apple Factory, Delightful Rainglow, Collin’s Booksellers Shepparton, Aquamoves or Museum of Vehicle Evolution (MOVE).
The treasure hunt will kick off on Sunday 26 December (Boxing Day) and end on Sunday 23 January 2022.
Collect an entry form from the Visitor Centre now located in the new SAM building on Wyndham Street, or complete it online via Visit Shepparton