Moooving Art

Ever changing public art that celebrates our culturally diverse inspiring region

Moooving Art Cows are an iconic part of the Shepparton and Goulburn Valley landscape. Scattered throughout our unique, connected towns, Moooving Art is an ever-changing public art exhibition using a unique canvas – 3D life sized cows!

The herd, created by local artists to celebrate our culturally diverse and inspiring region, can be discovered throughout our unique, connected small towns. In Shepparton cows adorn city parks and public places bringing colour and personality to the city and you will also find them high up in the sky!

There are over 90 in the herd, including 3 calves. Each is individual and distinctive in their persona. Keep track of the latest herd movements and new additions by following Moooving Art on Facebook and Instagram, or check out the herd locations on this website.

To find out more about our Moooving Art contact the Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre on 1800 808 839.

Help name our newest moo-sterpiece

We are excited to announce a new addition to the Moooving Art herd. Some might call it a moo-sterpiece!

Painted by artist Christiano ‘Dery’ Theodorus, the cow was inspired by the new and old Shepparton. Featuring the old post office, the Dutch windmill, as well as some modern developments such as the Museum of Vehicle Evolution (MOVE) and Shepparton Art Museum (SAM), whilst showcasing the diversity of people in the region along with the native flora and fauna.

Born in Indonesia and local to Shepparton since 2014, Christiano’s artwork can be found on several murals across the municipality, and will now be showcased as part of the Moooving Art herd as well.

We are seeking help from community members and visitors to name the newest addition to the herd. Name suggestions can be submitted via the post on our socials (Facebook or Instagram) or by emailing digital@sheppandgv.com.au by Friday 31 May 2024.