- 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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