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Drop Bear  Rusted steel Garden Art  By Dianna at Rocklilywombats  (includes postage in Aust)
Drop Bear  Rusted steel Garden Art  By Dianna at Rocklilywombats  (includes postage in Aust)
Drop Bear  Rusted steel Garden Art  By Dianna at Rocklilywombats  (includes postage in Aust)

Drop Bear Rusted steel Garden Art By Dianna at Rocklilywombats (includes postage in Aust)

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Drop Bear  Rusted steel Garden Art   By Dianna at Rocklilywombats

Designed by Dianna for a Community art program in Taralga and now available for you place!

Size 30.5 cm wide x 37 cm high including ground spikes 

Slow those speeding on your driveway! And just for fun!

When item goes out of stock it will be around 2 working weeks for supply. We will contact you after we have spoken to metal cutter.  

Made from 3mm Corten steel designed together a rusty patina then rust no further. Maintenance free weathering steal.

This weathering steel will arrive as a grey metal finish which will quickly develop a natural rust patina in your garden. To speed it up hose with water a few times for a few days. 

Drop bear: thylactos plummets. Are unusually large predatory carnivorous marsupials  related to the koala and wombat also has a pouch for her young.  A large tree climber, with strong long claws . Tends to drop siently on it’s prey from great heights. Can also run at great speed like its cousin the wombat. Drop bears eats whatever it can find. Stay safe, in the bush always look up when in the bush at night to see the shining eyes. Dianna and her Husband come across the occasional Drop Bear, but these require special handeling and are not for the faint hearted or those lacking imagination

Dianna has designed a range of local animals either real, extinct or an First Nations myth and they now are affordable  garden art. Wombat, Koala, Kangaroo, Quoll, Thylacine, Drop bear, Bunyip.   

Initial designs were Funded a community arts project by the Shared Spaces programme, a NSW Government initiative to Upper Lachlan Shire Council. The target was to get motorists speeding thru our local small town of Taralga to slow down and stop and look around. So sharing roads with cards and wildlife.