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Public Art In Kojonup

Kojonup is a thriving sheep and agricultural town located 256km South East of Perth in Western Australia. It was established in 1837 as a military outpost. The town’s name comes from the Aboriginal word meaning  “the place of the kodja”. Kodja being the stones they used to make axes.  Public Art in Kojonup features several tributes to Arnold Potts and of course the Wool Wagon.

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