THE FOURTH MURAL
The ‘Curry’, as it is affectionately known by locals, is definitely not a stop you want to miss on your trail -- featuring incredible scenic views, natural landscapes and big open skies, you'll want to keep a camera close by in this town!
Few places can claim to be as influential in shaping Australia as Cloncurry can. Birthplace of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the destination of the first Qantas flight, Cloncurry is a community that celebrates outback life, the true Australian way.
The town of Cloncurry chose the theme of their water tank mural to be a natural scene, and its not hard to tell why - Cloncurry is bursting with life!
Capturing the local fauna and flora of the area, Cloncurry is never short of dramatic landscapes, alive with the hustle and bustle of the wild Outback. Whether its the fish swimming in the dams or up at Rigby falls, the native birds gliding ahead or the insect song at dusk, you'll be glad to visit Cloncurry and take in the spirit of what makes many call the Outback their home.
About the Artist
The Zookeeper who captures the spirit of wild Australia!
Joel Fergie also known as ‘The Zookeeper’ is a Brisbane based artist who's large scale artworks span from inner city urban laneways to remote silos and water towers throughout Central Australia.