Elvis Mural - Location: Corner Church and Clarinda Streets (south eastern side)
“The King” is featured due to the success of the annual Parkes Elvis Festival which attracts visitors from far and wide. Fans can have their picture taken with “The King” which is so easy these days, with a smart phone at your fingertips. Elvis’ camera is a tribute to history and the evolution of technology.
Elvis Festival Fans - Location: Cooke Park, Welcome Street
This collage of photos from the annual Parkes Elvis Festival represents the fun and flair that the town embodies in January each year.
Elvis Statue - Location: Cooke Park, corner Short and Clarinda Street
Set on a stage in Cooke Park, this statue is tribute to the hard working volunteers of Elvis Revival Inc who created an continue to contribute to the Parkes Elvis Festival. Sculpture by Terrance Plowright.
Elvis Emu - Location: Corner Short Street and Caledonia Street (Parkes Services Club wall)
Acclaimed Lightning Ridge artist, John Murray, has transformed the Caledonia Street wall of the Parkes Services Club into an Elvis-inspired emu artwork, complete with a bejewelled jumpsuit. The 9 x 6.5 metre Elvis Emu is an exact replica of the one painted on ACDC Lane in Melbourne.