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Pioneer Memorial gates are a tribute to early settlers and are shaped as replica wool bales. An impressive feature, the twenty two life sized replica bales of wool forming the columns of the entrance gates each bear the stenciled wool brand of the districts original sheep stations. Together with the silhouette bullock wagon, they are a proud symbol of the age in which our forebearers laboured.
|Address:||Treasure Street, Showgrounds, Lockhart, 2656|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -35.227716|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1962|
They came with faith alone - drought hindered but nothing daunted them - Green fields rose from the wilderness God has blessed us with the fruits of their toil
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Erected by their descendants
to the memory of the pioneers
who took up land
in this area before the turn of the century.