The Kangaroo Chair is a community project supported by the Commonwealth Government of Australia, the Centenary of Federation Programme, the Loddon Shire Council and the Communities of Pyramid Hill, Tarnagulla and Wedderburn.
The Kangaroo Chair represents the spirit of Federation by bringing together these towns within the Loddon Shire. The Kangaroo is a symbol of our natural Australian environment. The chair itself represents home. The drawings, created by children in each town, celebrate the 100 years of the Commonwealth of Australia by the local communities.
Co-ordinated by Wedderburn Tourism Inc. Artist: Judy Lorraine
Officially opened by Dr Sharman Stone, MP Federal Member for Murray 30th November 2001.