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Big Kookaburra

219 Lang St, Kurri Kurri NSW 2327, Australia

Introduction of Big Kookaburra

Big Kookaburra's small town of (Hunter Region), a hunter in New South Wales, is a 4.5-meter-high statue of the giant smiling kingfisher, built in 2009 to mark the fortieth anniversary of the local Hydro Aluminum (Hydro Aluminium). Designed by renowned Australian artist Chris Faussel (Chris Fussell), it is erected in a city garden in the heart of Kurri town.

The kingfisher is a unique species of birds on the Australian continent, small and lovely in shape, not afraid of human beings, often moving in densely populated areas, timid and greedy. After eating the food given to it, the kingfisher will stop and "quack" and giggle in its place. As a result, the name, also known as the Australian national bird in the folk.


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Australia - New South Wales
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