Standing at over seven metres high and a diameter of four metres with a granite base carved with stories of the Charters Towers region. Presented to Charters Towers as a gift in celebration of 150 years since the declaration of the goldfields.
Wall of History
Australia’s largest hand-made mosaic mural is a fine arts depiction of the town and the people of Charters Towers. This five-million ceramic and glass tiled masterpiece was commissioned by owner Paul McIver with historical assistance of Michael Brumby and local archive groups and painted by artist Trisha Lambi.
Peter Lawson Mosaics
Goldtower Central pays homage to Charters Towers history with the installation of 10 Mosaic Murals by artist Peter Lawson. The art pieces are illustrations from the book The Town They Called the World – Charters Towers, 1984.
Three Gold Nuggets
Commemorating the three local mines of modern times in the Region. The art installation includes an overview of each mine as well as listing all the mines operating in the peak of the gold rush era.
The Bell Tower
Signalling the arrival of a new era of business, The Bell Tower stands at the entrance to Goldtower Central.