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Well here you have a monument... a stone, stick like thing which is really easy to overlook, as you go about avoiding large groups of slow moving exchange students.
I would recommend it to everyone. I would definitely recommend coming from Australia for a weekend...More
Most likely passed by hundreds of people daily, this monument celebrates the life and link of William John Wills, a British surveyor, borne in Totnes in 1834, who died near Cooper Creek in South Australia around 29 June 1861.
Aussies will know him better as...More
The monument is right on a busy roundabout coming from the old bridge and the entrance to the high street. It forms part of a pedestrian crossing from one side of the plains to the other.
It actually commemorates that Wills , one half of...More
Showed a few Aussies this monument they could not believe it, its there history after all. We walk past with out even a glance but it was some achievement in 1860 crossing 2000 miles across Australia for the first time and dying on the way...More
There are lots of monuments in towns and villages up and down the country which could also be listed but aren't.
It's nice to know what or who they are there for but hopefully they will remain of interest to people.
I have taken some...More
My 8 year old daughter says that no monument on its own can have more than 3 stars. Whilst I may not always agree, on this one she's right. Interesting thing to me seems to be that its on an island which was redesigned as...More