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Bunjil the creator sculpture stolen from Corhanwarrabul Creek, Knoxfield
The life-size sculpture of Bunjil the creator — an eagle with outstretched wings — was stolen from his three-metre high resting place next to Corhanwarrabul Creek, Knoxfield, the week before Christmas. Knox Mayor Tony Holland said the theft had been ...
Ten metres above Collins Street, a new 'skypark' is rising
The development will mean a new home for the 25-metre tall Bruce Armstrong sculpture of Bunjil.
No room for Bunjil in Docklands plan
The eagle sculpture, a Docklands landmark since 2002, was inspired by Bunjil, the eaglehawk regarded as the spirit creator of the Kulin nations, which include the Wurundjeri people.
Hunt for new home for Bunjil sculpture to make way for Docklands development
The Victorian Government has started looking for a new location for one of Melbourne's famous sculptures, Bunjil the eagle. A $1.
Bunjil sculpture set to keep Docklands perch
Docklands landmark the Bunjil eagle is set to remain in the Wurundjeri Way median strip. Doubts were raised about the 25-metre sculpture's future after The Age revealed in August that a proposed $1.5 billion development could push it from the area.

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