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contributed by Bluedog, taken on 8 February 2015
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Statue of Jimmy Crow in Centenary Park,
Crows Nest was named after an Aboriginal man called Jimmy Crow, who lived in a hollow tree. Timber hauling bullock teams and travellers would stop in this area overnight and Jimmy Crow used to pass on information on the best route etc. to take after getting the latest news form earler bullock drivers.
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