Public Art in Queensland

Queensland is the third most populous state in Australia and was named in honour of Queen Victoria. Brisbane is the Capital City. With a tropical climate Queensland it isn't surprising that it's famous for pineapples, bananas and tourism.

Public Art In Brisbane

Public Art in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Public Art in ANZAC Square, Brisbane Public Art in King Edward Park, Queensland

        Brisbane City               ANZAC Square            King Edward Park

Public Art In Brisbane - Featuring ; RAAF Memorial, The Passenger Sculpture, Queen Victoria statue, Echoes from the North sculpture, Historic Abuse Network memorial, Steam sculpture, Chat sculpture, Thomas Joseph Ryan statue, Overseer sculpture, Robert Burns statue, Axeman sculpture, Cathedral Bell of St Stephen, Gifts Fountain, Koala House sculpture, Christ Accepting the Cross, Thomas Joseph Byrnes statue, Centenary Place Sundial,

Public Art in ANZAC Square - Featuring ; South African War Memorial, South West Pacific Campaign, Queensland Women's War memorial, Korea Malaya Borneo memorial, Vietnam memorial, World War II memorial, Bankers Wall sculpture,

Public Art In King Edward Park -Featuring ; Juxtaposition1, Still Life With Landscape sculpture, Memories of The Wind, Emerging Spirit,

Public Art In Queensland Country Towns

Public Art In Woombye, Queensland


Public Art in Augathella - Featuring; Augathella Meat Ant sculpture,

Public Art in Hervey Bay - Featuring; Nala the Whale sculpture,

Public Art in Maryborough - Featuring ; Mary Poppins statue,

Public Art In Townsville - Featuring; Bush Honey sculpture, Canoe People sculpture, Sentinel Soldier sculpture, Seven Sisters sculpture,

Public Art In Woombye - Featuring ; The Big Pineapple,

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