Next stop was Murchison. This is a pretty spot by the river. Today they had a Tomato Festival on. Young people were throwing tomatoes through a bulls eye. They had wines for sale, grapes, tomatoes, second hand goods, painting for children and strawberries and cream. A lady singer from Melbourne came and said it was raining at home but it was such a lovely sunny day here. She had a lady drummer and a chap on lead and she played accoustic guitar. This is the Historic Bridge built in 1937 at Murchison. It is 42ft above the river bed.It is 303ft long, 20ft wide and had a walk way too!Passed through Waranga Basin. Moorlim had sheep.