Fergus The Bull sculpture

Fergus The Bull sculpture, Eaton, Western Australia, public art

Public Art : Fergus The Bull Sculpture

Also Known As : Feguson Valley Bull

Sculptor : © Russell Sheridan

Description: A 4m wooden carved cross legged bull, resting its chin on its left hoof and holding a wine goblet in its right hoof. Fergus is the mascot for Ferguson Valley, an area in Dardanup , about 15 minutes from Bunbury, known for its scenic valley, wineries and the famous Gnomesville. Fergus is a little deceptive and confusing as it located as you enter Bunbury.

Date Unveiled: 23rd December, 2002

Cost: $8,000

Commissioned By: Fergus was funded by the Dardanup Shire to promote the Ferguson Valley.

Location: Fergus can be seen pondering life at the Millars Creek Information Bay along the Perth-Bunbury highway on the Australind bypass road just north of Bunbury, Western Australia.

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