Though not as big as the Great Sphinx of Giza, The Big Sphinx in North Geelong is one of Australia’s most iconic Big Things. Read more about it.
The Big Cherry smiles and shows a thumbs up to visitors in the car park down the driveway of the Big Cherry farm and fruit shop. Here’s the sad story of the seemingly happy sculpture.
Wodonga is home to the world’s largest rolling pin, one of Australia’s most unique yet creative Big Things. Read on for more details.
The Giant Worm in Bass no longer exists, but its memories are very much alive. Read on for more details.
The Big Wave in Newhaven is not the only Big Thing in Newhaven or the island where it’s located. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
The Big Tap in Cowes is more than a Big Thing of Australia; it’s an optical illusion. Read on for details.
The Big Wool Bales in Hamilton no longer exist in Hamilton. But despite that, you’ll still find them in the list of the Big Things of Australia.
The Big Wine Bottle in Rutherglen adds to the list of several wine-inspired Big Things of Australias. Here’s the story behind this old iconic structure.
Ned Kelly needs no introduction in Australia’s history. In Warrenheip, a Big Ned Kelly statue celebrates the infamous Australian outlaw.
Learn more about the Big Miner in Warrenheip, one of the many mining-inspired Big Things of Australia.