This large cement frame stands on the edge of the cliff allowing visitors to move around and view the landscape beyond from many different angles.  This is another piece of art to be found in the Mansion grounds and is located on the cliffs above the Werribee River which forms a natural boundary for the Werribee Open Range Zoo. You can just make out some of the rhinocerous herd in the distance.

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16 thoughts on “40 CEMENT

  1. Only in Melbourne – Oh year and America, would you get landscapes ready framed! Melbournians must be getting as impatient as Yanks are, Where is Werribees, Duive-In Taxidermist located these days??
    LOL

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