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The fence lists the names of local landowners and First Nations stockmen of the Eidsvold District. The fence is a sign of reconciliation and recognises the relationship between Aboriginal stockmen and local landowners working together on cattle stations in the Eidsvold District. 




Address:Burnett Hughway, R. M. Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre and Visitor Information, Eidsvold, 4627
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -25.372068
Long: 151.128698
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Culture


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 9th April, 2016
Front Inscription
Fence of Fame
Left Side Inscription

The Fence of Fame

The names on this Fence of Fame
are those of local landowners and
Aboriginal stockmen from the
Eidsvold District.

The Fence of Fame is a sign
of reconciliation and recognition for
the hard work, mateship and
teamwork that both
Landowners and Stockmen
experienced together working on
cattle stations around Eidsvold.


Right Side Inscription

The Fence of Fame
was officially opened on
Saturday 9th of April 2016

The Fence of Fame has been made
possible by the Friends of RM Inc and
the Regional Arts Development Fund.

The Regional Arts Development Fund
is a partnership between the
Queensland Government and
North Burnett Regional Council
to support local arts and culture
in regional Queensland.

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Inscription in Proximity



Source: MA
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