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Molonglo Valley. Architectural art incorporating large scale acorns into children's play equipment. Broken Hill. A bull ant sculpture designed by artist Pro Hart , which was erected in and originally stood at the Stephens Creek Hotel. Only its top is visible from Batlow-Tumut Road, as it is largely blocked by apple trees.
Tallong is home to the big apple and host to the award-winning annual "Apple Day" festival. The Big Apple made its return at the Apple Day festival. Visible from the Hume Highway Located alongside the Kew Visitor Information Centre. The original sculpture was replaced in as a result of ant induced damage. The Axe was remodelled and a new one was displayed on 26 January North Arm Cove. Technically not a "Big Thing" as it was substantially smaller than the item it is modelled on , the Rock Restaurant was loosely grouped with the big things as an object of roadside art.
It was destroyed in a fire on 31 July Sometimes claimed to be the first Big Thing in Australia. As part of the Landscapes and Backgrounds exhibition, a 2. Lake Cathie. A foot-high 3. The Big Bull was pulled down in October Formerly located in Sawtell, the Big Bunch of Bananas was relocated when the Pacific Highway bypassed the town and now lie just to the south of Coffs Harbour. It is as of [update] closed.
Originally located off Short Street, but moved with the tourist information centre to Lovell Street to the old railway station. Mount Vernon. The Big Funnel Web Spider was built at Jamberoo Action Park located 20 minutes south of Wollongong and is a steel, fibreglass and concrete structure times larger than a female Sydney funnel-web spider. Located on Darby St, this fully operational pair of headphones was designed by Mark Tisdell and built in collaboration with Tom Ireland fabrication and design detailing , Sean Bell graphics , Adrian Garner electrical engineering , Brad Phillips and Rhian Leek architectural design , with the support of the Darby Street Traders Group.
Kurri Kurri. Sculpture by Chris Fussell. Erected by the town and district to promote the lamb and potato industries in New England.
The lamb is stood over a potato plant. A sculpture of a merino ram, built in On 26 May , Rambo as the Merino is locally known was relocated by low-loader to a new home within sight of the highway. Big Mosquito.
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It includes illuminated eyes which switch on at night. The concrete structure, based on the shape of a Diplodocus , is 30 metres long and weighs almost tonnes. A giant clothes peg located in a field beside the road between Canowindra and the village of Cargo. Designed by the Stacey Family and fabricated by Jake Willis of Canowindra it was inspired by a similar structure in Belgium.
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A giant potato constructed by farmer Jim Mauger in The Big Poo was built by local residents as a protest against Sydney Water's decision not to reuse waste water in the area. Built from foam , it was unveiled by Ian Cohen on 29 April The Big Prawn. On 24 September , Ballina Shire Council voted to allow the demolition of the Big Prawn,  but this permission was never acted upon. Bunnings Warehouse purchased the site in and refurbished the Prawn as part of the redevelopment.
The prawn now sits on a stand next to the entrance of the Bunnings Warehouse carpark. The Big Rocket, launched during the International Year of Astronomy and the 40th anniversary of the first manned moon landing , contains two slides and a space-themed command centre playground. A cement cube painted as per a Rubik's Cube on top of a storm water drain on Maroubra Beach.
Dismantled in The spider commemorates the local football club, who were, for many years, known as the Spiders, and is built from a range of materials — including a wash tub and a hot dog muffler. A foot-high 7. At the time of its creation, it was recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest sundial,  and still lays claim to being the largest one-piece sundial in the Southern hemisphere. Built in honour of Evonne Goolagong , who grew up in Barellan. Opened in , the trout is built from fiberglass over a steel frame.
Carved from timber, the big turtle is located behind the main street of Forster on a riverside boardwalk. These big ugg boots are 13 times the size of a women's US size 8 ugg boot. Although work started on the Big Windmill in , the death of Franz De Kever in delayed completion until , as it was not until the site was purchased by Hans Eecen that work was able to resume. The site includes a room motel and a restaurant. Hanwood , Griffith. Located at the McWilliam's Winery. The cellar door with historical displays and a giant glass mural are located within.
Located at the Hunter Valley Gardens. The neck forms a chimney for an open fire contained within.