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Gundagai Dog on the Tucker box

contributed by Bluedog, taken on 6 August 2014
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The Dog on the Tuckerbox is an Australian historical monument and tourist attraction, located at Snake Gully, five miles (8 km) from Gundagai, New South Wales. The dog section of the monument was cast in bronze by 'Oliver's Foundry' Sydney and its base sculpted by Gundagai stonemason Frank Rusconi. It was unveiled by the then Prime Minister of Australia Joseph Lyons on 28 November 1932 as a tribute to pioneers. The statue was inspired by a bullock drover's poem, Bullocky Bill, which celebrates the life of an allegorical drover's dog that loyally guarded the man's tuckerbox

This picture is also part of the Bonzle Statues (open in new window) photo collection.