Wednesday, October 5, 2011

$10,000 prize money for the next “Animals on Bikes” paddock art sculpture competition.

A sculpture is exhibited as part of the "Animals On Bikes" Paddock Art sculpture tourist trail on January 25, 2010 in Cumnock, Australia. The trail of 45 two metre high sculptures is the longest sculpture installation in the world running for 120km through Molong, Cumnock, Yeoval to Dubbo in rural NSW, and was created by local farmers, their wives and even school children to promote local tourism.

Animals on Bikes is a 120km "Paddock Art" sculpture tourist trail located in Central NSW between Molong and the Dubbo Zoo, via Cumnock and Yeoval.




Sculptures are due to be completed on Sunday 6th November 2011, which allows the judges and photographic canvases to be printed ready for the Presentation night on Saturday 26th November 2011 6-9pm. Categories include;

• Best Farm Animal on a Bike (NEW category)
• Best Zoo Animal on a Bike
• Best Local Endangered or Threatened Species on Bike (NEW category)
• Best Sculpture made by a Community Group
• Best Farmer or farmer’s wife sculpture
• Best Letter mail box design
• Best sculpture made by a School group (NEW category)
• Best sculpture made by a Show society (New category)
• Most humorous sculpture (New category)

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A People's Choice Award will also be presented on the night.

An Entry form, more photos and information available at the updated NEW website http://www.animalsonbikes.com.au/ and also a NEW blog site to make comment.

A sculpture is exhibited on as part of the "Animals On Bikes" Paddock Art sculpture tourist trail along Obley Road on January 25, 2010 in Cumnock, Australia. The trail of 45 two metre high sculptures is the longest sculpture installation in the world running for 120km through Molong, Cumnock, Yeoval to Dubbo in rural NSW, and was created by local farmers, their wives and even school children to promote local tourism.

Enquiries to Christine Weston (Cumnock) 6367 7010, Debbie Blatch (Yeoval) 6846 4049 or Liz Tourle (Toongi) 6887 7264. info@animalsonbikes.com.au








3 comments:

  1. I've tried to comment twice here so I'll give it a go again......I love this post because we have family in Yeoval and we were so excited to see these amazing sculptures last year while driving through...the kids (all of us actually) were so excited!!!!!!! Michelle at Farmers Wifey

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  2. I've tried to comment twice here so I'll give it a go again......I love this post because we have family in Yeoval and we were so excited to see these amazing sculptures last year while driving through...the kids (all of us actually) were so excited!!!!!!! Michelle at Farmers Wifey

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  3. I've tried to comment twice here so I'll give it a go again......I love this post because we have family in Yeoval and we were so excited to see these amazing sculptures last year while driving through...the kids (all of us actually) were so excited!!!!!!! Michelle at Farmers Wifey

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