Local supporters help light up Murray

Murray River Council

Murray River Council is set to lift the curtain on its award-winning festival, Moama Lights, next month.

And in true community spirit several local partners have also come on board to help light up the Murray once again.

Platinum Partner, Transgrid are throwing their support behind the event, as too is Moama Bowling Club in their role as Gold Partner.

Quest Echuca and Rich River Golf Club are returning as Silver Partners and the Border Inn Hotel and Echuca Moama Accommodation Association have also thrown their support behind the must-see night-time attraction.

Acting Mayor, Frank Crawley said the backing of the local businesses strengthens Moama Lights’ role as another signature event for the region.

“The support of our local partners really does show how we can work together in a bid to further showcase the area and generate greater visitation in the off-peak season.”

“We are all working together to ensure we have an attraction that both the local community can enjoy and one that that may convert visitors into staying around a little longer; eating at our local venues or staying overnight.”

“Together we will deliver a spectacular attraction that showcases the immense beauty of the local land, its people and history.”

An immersive sound and light trail showcasing local stories, Moama Lights will feature light installations and projections including theatrical fog, strobe and cutting edge moving light technology.

With a brand new story, this year’s event is set to be bigger and better than ever.

The show will run from 31 July-21 August in the evenings at Moama’s Horseshoe Lagoon.

Tickets are now on sale and are available at moamalights.com.au

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