The Stick Shed News

The Stick Shed on Channel 9’s Postcards.

Madeline Spark from Channel 9’s Postcards dropped by Murtoa recently to check out the Silo Art and of course no visit to Murtoa is complete without popping into the Stick Shed. You can see what she made of her time in town and all the other episodes of Postcards on 9now.com.au .Read More

The Stick Shed has a new address.

We recently found out that the street address we’ve been using for years isn’t actually ours. In fact, the bit of land the Stick Shed is on didn’t have an official road number at all. Thanks to the Yarriambiack Council and VicMaps it has all been sorted out very quickly and as of now the…Read More

A Poem for the Stick Shed

The Stick Shed has received a great deal of feedback in many formats about the majesty of the building, usually as verbal commentary from visitors. Then every so often a visitor puts down in words his impression of our Stick Shed. A recent visitor, Leslie Littleford penned this poem. credit The Murtoa Advertiser.Read More

Stick Shed Stalwart Leigh leaves

One of the key campaigners who led the charge to save the Murtoa Stick Shed from demolition, Leigh Hammerton, is moving away from the Wimmera. Mr Hammerton became involved in the fight to save the Stick Shed in 1991 shortly after moving to Murtoa and served on the Shed’s Committee of Management until last week.…Read More

Stick shed upgrade to boost Murtoa tourism

Please find this article about The Stick Shed’s upcoming exciting upgrade to boost Murtoa tourism: https://delivering.vic.gov.au/news/featured-projects/murtoa-stick-shed-upgradeRead More