Cow On The Corner
Public Art : Cow On The Corner Statue
Also Known as : The cow on The Corner is also known
as Daisy, Big Cow and the Friesian Cow Statue.
Sculptor : © Elsie Manning
Date : The Cow On The Corner statue was unveiled on
the 29th August, 1973.
Location : The Cow on the Corner statue can be seen
in a little park to your left as you enter Brunswick Junction from the South West Highway .
Cost : The cow sculpture cost $500 and was funded in
part by the Federal Council of the Friesian Cattle Club of Australia.
History of the Cow On The Corner Statue : The life
size replica of a Freisian cow took Elsie Manning 2 months to complete for the Lions Club as a tribute to the dairy
industry in the region.
Things you Might Not Know About The Cow On The Corner
: Daisy has a Facebook site here is the link Brunswick Junction WA.
Daisy was missing an ear when I last took her photo.
Over the years pranksters have repainted Daisy in different colors.
The Cow on the Corner
This Friesian cow was sponsored by
the 'Lions Club of Brunswick' - As
A district promotion project
to signify Brunswick's prominence in
the farming industry of this state.
Unveiled by Mr T.W. Pearson
on July 13th, 1973