Cow On The Corner

Cow On The Corner, Cow Statue, Brunswick Junction, Public Art

Public Art : Cow On The Corner Statue

Also Known as : The cow on The Corner is also known as Daisy, Big Cow and the Friesian Cow Statue.

Sculptor : © Elsie Manning

Date : The Cow On The Corner statue was unveiled on the 29th August, 1973.

Location : The Cow on the Corner statue can be seen in a little park to your left as you enter Brunswick Junction from the South West Highway .

Cost : The cow sculpture cost $500 and was funded in part by the Federal Council of the Friesian Cattle Club of Australia.

History of the Cow On The Corner Statue : The life size replica of a Freisian cow took Elsie Manning 2 months to complete for the Lions Club as a tribute to the dairy industry in the region.

Things you Might Not Know About The Cow On The Corner : Daisy has a Facebook site here is the link Brunswick Junction WA.

Daisy was missing an ear when I last took her photo.

Over the years pranksters have repainted Daisy in different colors.

Inscription :

The Cow on the Corner

This Friesian cow was sponsored by
the 'Lions Club of Brunswick' - As
A district promotion project
to signify Brunswick's prominence in
the farming industry of this state.

Unveiled by Mr T.W. Pearson
on July 13th, 1973


Cow on the Corner, Brunswick Junction, Cow Statue, Public Art

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