Public Art in Tasmania

Tasmania, the "Apple Isle" is an Australian island and state which is about 240km from the main land of Australia. Almost 37% of Tasmania lies in reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites. Tasmania was once home to the now extinct Tasmanian Tiger (thylacine), a pair of which feature on the State's coat of arms.

Public Art In Launceston : featuring; A B Biggs Observatory Memorial, Bolt sculpture, Dr William Pugh statueDino Chair sculpture, Earth Drill sculptureKing Edward VII statue, Great Wall of China blocks, People's Park fountain, Progress sculptureQueen Victoria Memorial FountainRain Forest sculpture, Ronald Campbell Gunn statue, South African War Memorial, Stop-Talking Rubbish Bin sculpture,  Tasmanian Tigers sculpture, Val d'Osne Fountain, Wedgetailed Eagle sculpture, 36 Pounder Gun,

Public Art in Cressy : Featuring: Big Trout,

Public Art In Deloraine : featuring ; Aboriginal Girl sculpture, Constellation sculpture, Mountain Man/Man Mountain sculpture, Sculpted Pillars,

Public Art in Evandale: featuring ; Harry Murray Memorial, John Glover statue, The Time Traveller sculpture,

Public Art in Longford: featuring; Convict Love Token sculpture, Lieutenant Thomas Laycock Jr memorial, Longford Australia Day Honour Roll, Longford War Memorial,

Public Art in Penguin: Featuring ; Big Penguin statue,

Public Art at Western Junction: featuring; No 7 Elementary Flying Training School memorial,

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