List of Equestrian Statues - Australia

Australia

Canberra

  • Mounted Memorial on ANZAC Parade, 1968.

Adelaide

  • South African War Memorial. The memorial was designed by Adrian Jones, and was dedicated on June 6, 1904, making it the first equestrian commemorative sculpture in the country.

Brisbane

  • Equestrian statue of King George V in front of the Brisbane City Hall (King George Square), 1938.
  • Mounted Memorial in Canberra

  • South African War Memorial in Adelaide

  • King George V in Brisbane

  • Statue of Gunsynd and Kevin Langby in Goondiwindi, Queensland.

Goondiwindi, Queensland

  • Equestrian statue of Gunsynd.

Grose Valley

  • Blackheath, equestrian statue of the mythical bushranger, Govett, who leapt his horse over a cliff rather than be captured. This event, commemorated in bronze, never took place. The name Govett's Leap pertains to a waterfall named after surveyor William Romaine Govett.

Gunnedah

  • Equestrian statue of Dorothea Mackellar.

Melbourne

  • Memorial to Sir John Monash, created by William Leslie Bowles in Kings Domain area, 1950.
  • Memorial to Lord Hopetoun in Kings Domain area.
  • Memorial to King Edward VII by Edgar Bertram Mackennal in Kings Domain area.
  • Dorothea Mackellar in Gunnedah

  • Sir John Monash in Melbourne

  • Lord Hopetoun in Melbourne

  • King Edward VII in Melbourne

Sydney

  • King Edward VII, location near Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Macquarie Street. The sculptor was Sir Thomas Brock, and it was erected in 1921.

Tamworth

  • Equestrian statue of a Waler horse.

Uralla

  • Equestrian statue of Frederick Ward.
  • Waler horse memorial, Tamworth, New South Wales.

  • Frederick Ward in Uralla

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