Cultural Hotspots

Griffith, one of Australia’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan centres, exudes a rich blend of culture and tradition.

From the Hermit’s Cave Lookout to Pioneer Park Museum’s history of settlement and the striking mural outside the Griffith Regional Theatre representing the Wiradjuri People, Griffith is abundant with cultural hotspots. Follow the Griffith Italian Trail or view the Centenary Sculptures which were carved from 20 tonnes of granite by some of the best hard stone sculptors in the world. Take a stroll and admire the Banna Lane Murals, a public arts initiative, spanning three blocks behind the main street of Banna Avenue. Visit Griffith and explore our culture.