Weary Dunlop commemorative sculpture at Benalla, Victoria by Louis Laumen, a Melbourne based artist whose primary medium is bronze using the lost-wax process. Many of his works, which include sculptures, statues, memorials and monuments, have been commissioned by various bodies, such as government, churches and sports clubs. Louis' studio/gallery is located in Yarraville.
The South African War Memorial, Kings Park, Perth today. It was the first war memorial erected in the Park, and commemorates Western Australian soldiers killed in the Boer War (1899-1902). The new memorial statue was unveiled on the monument by the Governor of Western Australia , His Excellency Sir Harry Barron, on the 23rd May 1915. The statue of solid hammered copper was made locally by Messrs Wunderlich and Co and cost £450.
The Convict Road Builders of Australia Memorial, in Katoomba NSW by Terrance Plowright, 2007. Plowright is a sculptor based in the Blue Mountains with a successful sculpture studio that has produced a number of public commissions.
Variety Club tribute to Australian actors, comedians, singers and dancers at Docklands, Melbourne, includes five individual statues of Kylie Minogue, John Farnham, Graham Kennedy, Dame Nellie Melba and Dame Edna Everage. Sculptor Peter Corlett (born 1944) has produced Arts Council and Australian War Memorial commissions and his works are represented in many museums and art galleries.
Shepherds Hill Road, Karinya Reserve, Eden Hills, SA. Memorial site is where the Colebrook Training Home once stood. It is now a permanent memorial for the Aboriginal children of the "Stolen Generation" and their families. The Fountain of Tears was created in 1998 by Silvio Apponyi (born 1949). Silvio is based in the Adelaide Hills, and has been sculpting for over 40 years. His main inspiration is Australian fauna and he uses wood, Australian granites, marbles and bronze.