Sited within Pioneer Park, and nestled beside the Tumut River, the Tumut Community Labyrinth for Peace provides a place for quiet reflection and community gathering. Accessible for everyone, including people using motor scooters and wheelchairs, it is dedicated to the community service of Tumut’s citizens in times of peace and conflict. It was initiated and gifted by the Blakeney Millar Foundation to celebrate the public life of this small town in south western NSW, the labyrinth was built using local materials, including rare granites and marbles, and Wee Jasper bluestone. Incorporated into the surface is a map of the alignment of the planets above Tumut at the time of the signing of the Armistice for the First World War on 11 November, 1918.
(Drone photography © High Rez Aerials, other images © Richard Glover)