Size is 12 m × 4 m (39 ft × 13 ft). Modelled on the Golden Guitar trophies given to winners at the Country Music Awards of Australia ceremony night during the Tamworth (NSW) Country Music Festival.
Size is 15 m × 18 m (49 ft × 59 ft) A sculpture of a merino ram, built in 1985. Goulburn and The Big Merino were bypassed by the Hume Highway in 1992, leading to a reduction in visitor numbers. On 26 May 2007, Rambo (as the Merino is locally known) was relocated by low-loader to a new home within sight of the highway.
Size is 8 m × 6.1 m (26 ft × 20.0 ft). The Golden Gumboot is located in Tully a small town in Queensland, Australia, adjacent to the Bruce Highway approximately 140 kilometres (87 mi) south of Cairns by road and 210 kilometres (130 mi) north of Townsville.
Big Platypus at the Australian Axeman's Hall of Fame, Latrobe Tasmania. Latrobe is a town in northern Tasmania on the Mersey River. It is 8 km south-east of Devonport.
Size is 3 m × 1 m (9.8 ft × 3.3 ft). Constructed from fibro cement to mark the centenary of the proclamation of the township of Penguin, Tasmania. Unveiled 25 October 1975.
Size is 6 m × 2 m (20 ft × 6.6 ft). A tribute to the bushranger Ned Kelly and located in Glenrowan a small town in Wangaratta, Victoria. Ned Kelly made his last stand in Glenrowan and was eventually captured there in 1880 after a siege and shootout with police.
The Big Ram in Karoonda South Australia recognises the importance of the sheep industry in the region. Instigated by the Karoonda Development Group and located on the Railway Lawns, the Big Ram is 2 metres (6 ft 7 in) high and 3 metres (10 ft) long, and is built from concrete. It was completed in 2003.
The Big Miner at Ballarat in Victoria. The city earned the nickname "The Golden City" in the 1850s because of the gold rush. The gold rush population peaked at almost 60,000 mostly male diggers by 1858.Australia's only armed civil uprising, the Eureka Rebellion (colloquially referred to as the Eureka Stockade) which took place in Ballarat on 3 December 1854 in which 22 miners died.
Part of a complex that includes a wooden toy factory and a wildlife park, the Big Rocking Horse in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia stands at over 18 metres tall and weighs more than 25 tonnes. Designed by David McIntosh and John Twopenny (the latter also designed The Big Orange), it took eight months to build at a cost of over $100,000. The steel structure incorporates three viewing platforms.
Size is 8 m × 17 m (26 ft × 56 ft). The Big Pheasant sits at the entrance to Gumbuya Park, Tynong, Victoria. It was the victim of an attack by vandals in October 2011, and was restored to its previous condition by April 2012. Tynong is a town in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia, 66 km south-east from Melbourne.
Size is 18 m × 3 m (59 ft × 9.8 ft). The big crocodile is located in Wyndham which is the oldest and northernmost town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, located on the Great Northern Highway, 2,210 kilometres (1,373 mi) northeast of Perth.
Size is 13×9×6 m (43×30×20 ft). The big ram is located in Wagin which is one of the largest towns in the Southern Wheatbelt region, and annually hosts the Woolorama, one of Western Australia's largest Agricultural Shows.