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Brolgas Sculpture


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The "Brolgas" sculpture, situated in the heart of Corowa, commemorates the construction of the Federation Bridge over the Murray River in 2005. The sculptures were unveiled on the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of the town of Corowa.

The brolgas were chosen as a symbol of just one of our unique and diverse native Australian birds found in the region - a short walk away from the sculptures, brolgas habitually make their nests at the Whitehead Street Wetlands, an area that is also home to Sloane's Froglet and numerous rare plants.