Recent winner of the International Laser Design Association’s prestigious award for multi-media shows, and set on the banks of the Little Murray River, the world-class ‘Heartbeat of the Murray’ is a 360-degree multi-media spectacular unlike anything ever seen in Australia.
Using water, light, laser, sound and special effects to tell the story of the Murray, you’ll be transported back 30 million years, before travelling forward through time to the Murray River as we know it today.
This state-of-the-art show is the first of its kind in the world to use a natural river environment and setting as the background.
Heartbeat of the Murray takes place at Riverside Theatre which is a short 200 metre walk from the Paragon Café, on a sealed road surface.
This show contains strobe lighting which may trigger seizures in some people with epilepsy.
The Heartbeat of the Murray laser light show screens every night promptly at 9.15pm. Doors open 30 minutes before the show and we encourage you to arrive early
and enjoy a short pre-show film on the history of the Pioneer Settlement. Please note late arrivals may not be admitted.