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It seems that no matter where you go in Australia, big things are bound to be found eventually. However, there is a certain type of big thing that seems to be unique to small tourist towns no matter where you travel. These are, of course, the everyday objects that have been built at enormous scales as novelty architecture and dutifully filled with overpriced snack bars and trinkets to remind you of your journey to visit the big thing.

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Map of Australia's big things

New South Wales[edit]

The Big Ant in Broken Hill
The Big Merino, Goulburn, NSW

Northern Territory[edit]

  • Big Aboriginal Hunter.
  • Anmatjere Woman and Child.
  • Big Barramundi.
  • Big Beer Can.
  • Big Frogs.
  • Big Books.
  • Big Crocodile, Jabiru.
  • Big Stubby, Larrimah.
  • Big Boxing Croc, Humpty Doo.
  • Big Owl, Darwin.
  • 13 Big Stockwhip, Noonamah.
  • Big Pink Buffalo, Darwin.

Queensland[edit]

Big Gun, Underwood
The Big Mango, near Bowen, Queensland

South Australia[edit]

The Big Lobster' in Kingston

Tasmania[edit]

Victoria[edit]

Western Australia[edit]

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