Several sculptures are dotted around the little town of Muttaburra, made from an assortment of scrap metal. Each one
depicts a facet of life in this fairly remote area of Queensland.
Of corse, the one that dominates the landscape is the Muttaburrasaurus.
Muttaburra also has a strong history of sheep and shearing and I rather liked this one that pays tribute to that history.
It’s interesting to get a close up view of the spanners , nuts, bolts and other bits and pieces that have been put together to shape this work. Can you see the scissors?
Not far from the school these two sculptures celebrate over 100 years of local education.
Here’s a couple more that I saw.
This little side trip to Muttaburra (about 80kms from our camp at Aramac) has really whet my appetite for the Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail so I’ll soon be heading in that direction.
Love my lifestyle and the amazing opportunities and experiences it offers me 😎🚐