Toolbox Horse and Jockey Sculpture

Overview

Toolbox was commissioned by the Morundah Bush Entertainment Committee (MBEC), The Morundah Town Improvement Committee (MTIC), and individual members of the Morundah community to commemorate 100 years…

Toolbox was commissioned by the Morundah Bush Entertainment Committee (MBEC), The Morundah Town Improvement Committee (MTIC), and individual members of the Morundah community to commemorate 100 years of both registered and bush picnic horse racing in Morundah. Created in 2009, this sculpture was artist Andrew Whitehead's first commissioned sculpture.

Andrew Whitehead is an artist from the nearby township of Urana who creates intricate scrap metal sculptures. Many of these artworks can be found decorating the landscape North of the Murray, including in Lowesdale, Corowa and Morundah.

As you wander the park you will also find the small joey sculpture another of Andrew's master pieces, the tree carving where native Australian animals have been carved into the trunk of an old tree and the hidden kookaburra.

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