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An amusing sculpture

Not all that amazing but good fun and a pleasant place to stroll around. Kids seem to enjoy it and... read more

Reviewed November 2, 2016
Adelaide, Australia
This was the first of the sculpures to be part of 'amazing' sculture. It was later donated to Forbes by the artists.

This sculpture caused a fair bit of controversy in the small town of Forbes - It polarised some of... read more

Reviewed March 15, 2016
Forbes, Australia
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Jan 31, 2017
“It's not just the pyramid sculpture, there are others as well”
Dec 20, 2016
“Council Supported by Ratepayers”
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| Cnr Lachlan & Grenfell Sts, Albion Park, Shellharbour, New South Wales 2871, Australia
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Reviewed January 31, 2017

Lots of different sculptures are on display, not just the pyramid. It is quite quirky having the art displayed on a corner block with an old industrial building behind it and lovely historical buildings surrounding it as well. Visit it as part of your stroll...More

Thank thelittlelady
Reviewed December 20, 2016

A highly symbolic and interesting work depicting the Forbes ratepayers with Council riding on their backs. The sculpture is high quality, though prompts some interesting queries from children. Well worth a look as a foil to the more interesting historic features of Forbes

Thank David S
Reviewed December 17, 2016

We came upon it whilst walking around Forbes, we just loved it, so interesting, just wish I could have some of them in my garden, don't miss it

Thank chrissy50
Reviewed December 17, 2016 via mobile

Some of the other works / sculptures are better than this.. Not sure why it is given so much publicity.. a walk in the near by park or around the historical buildings more appealing!!

Thank hoopssteve
Reviewed November 11, 2016

Gillie and Marc are famous Sydney artists. They contribute wonderful pieces to the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Sydney which is about to finish for 2016. They did the Rhino sculpture this year, unbelievable. Just accept your gorgeous bronze for what it is, a...More

Thank atticusSydney
Reviewed November 2, 2016

Not all that amazing but good fun and a pleasant place to stroll around. Kids seem to enjoy it and that adds to the atmosphere.

Thank Vandieman111
Reviewed April 27, 2016

Dogman and Rabbitgirl Pyramid Sculpture, @ the Cnr Lachlan & Grenfell Streets, Albion Park, Forbes, New South Wales 2871, Australia is an amazing controversial sculpture that is actually a must see while in Forbes. Excellent.

Thank JohnHipwell
Reviewed March 22, 2016

A very well constructed bronze cast sculpture. Great setting in the park where once a historic hotel stood (burnt down), and opposite the imposing Post Office and just around the corner from the beautifully restored Town Hall (with fascinating portable pipe organ).

Thank Charlie S
Reviewed March 16, 2016

It is OK, but I don't think it is in keeping with the rest of the historical buildings around the area. It is a talking point, The tourists I have spoken to have not been very impressed,

Thank helen771
Reviewed March 15, 2016

This sculpture caused a fair bit of controversy in the small town of Forbes - It polarised some of the community. However I think it signifies a trusting relationship between animals that don't normally get on together. I dog will normally chase a rabbit to...More

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