Staff were very helpful and provided a map to explore Gundagai. The walk highlighted on the map was about 2 kilometres although you had the option to take a detour to make the walk a little longer. Map covered most of the main historical attractions in Gundagai and was fairly straight forward. Rusconi's masterpiece is an amazing piece of craftmanship and testament to the dedication one man had over 28 years of his life to his passion.
Suggest a good half day if you just wish to quickly view the attractions or a nice liesurely full day if you wish to spend a bit more time at each attraction.....all attractions are within walking distance if you are like me (48 and slightly overweight) and can be comfortably achieved. Good walking shoes and plenty of water are a necessity.
After exploring Gundagai take a quick trip up to the lookouts...nothing too special but gives a good indication of where the town lays in regards to the mountains around it.
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