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Well worth stopping to have a look. It has been well done and very interesting. A little bit more history about each set of hands would be appreciated. Plenty of parking nearby except during Country Music Festival.
This is a place where legends of Australian country music put hand prints in concrete.
It is good but there is only a small plaque stating the name of the person and no other details. If you don’t know who they are you need to...More
Take a look and see some famous music stars hand prints, the site could have been a little better maintained and needs to be better lighting and more signage in relation to the wearabouts of the site......
The parking lot was empty so we didn't bother paying- perhaps when the music festival is on you'd need to. We enjoyed looking at the hands and the different little additions that each musician put on their block. Some plaques were hard to read, so...More
We looked around for ages to find this, was expecting something bigger. We did stumble on some bronze heads on the way which were good to see. (Actually better than the hands.)
Anyway the hands are in a corner area of a small park, there's...More
An interesting educational feature high-lighting the past country legends of the Australian Country Music scene.
Handprints set in concrete reveal some names you may not be aware of. A great learning exercise.