A CENTRAL Victorian town centre will soon form an open-air gallery, as artists put the final touches on a series of murals.
The Wedderburn artworks celebrate the unique birdlife and the surrounding conservation.
Birds Eye View Committee member Denise Nichols said the murals looked amazing, already drawing tourists to linger in the town centre.
Mrs Nichols said the town hoped the murals would encourage visitors to help local businesses. The committee already hopes to expand the project.
Mrs Nichols said the community was already extremely excited by the murals, which would officially open in early May.
"It's very important for these little towns to have an attraction of some sort," Mrs Nichols said.
"Even over the last few days we've had comments that people who are driving through have stopped and stayed a little bit longer."
Well-known mural artists Andrew J Bourke, Jimmy Dvate and Brian Itch lent their paint brushes to the project.
The murals feature large on Wedderburn's main street, as well as the facade of one of the town's churches.
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