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Great to remember

Just love these little unique parts of country towns, and this statue in the centre of Angaston is... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2017
Steve W
Adelaide, Australia
Peaceful small park

A small well tended park with a large bronze statue of a Clydesdale horse with a significant... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2017
Mannum, Australia
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14 Aug 2018
“A fine sculpture”
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Murray Street | Angaston Childrens Reserve, Angaston, South Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This bronze statue is located in the main street of Angaston right across from The Barossa Cheese Factory. There is a park that is pleasant enough to stroll through.

Thank Charmaine M
Reviewed 14 August 2018

Another fine tribute to the early settlers in Angaston. Well worth a stop to enjoy the gardens and life size sculpture. My dog barked at the horse, it’s so realistic.

Thank 861jules
Reviewed 31 March 2017

As I have mentioned before (Menglers Hill Lookout Sculpture Park, see other review), sculpture is my favourite fine art form. This piece is beautifully cast, with a touching story. Plus it is located in a beautiful park and near some facilities, a great place to...More

Thank Lissel A
Reviewed 3 February 2017

Just love these little unique parts of country towns, and this statue in the centre of Angaston is one of these. In memory of a giant clydesdale that served the town well, this statue is well presented in a pleasant and shady park.

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 10 January 2017

A small well tended park with a large bronze statue of a Clydesdale horse with a significant contribution to the history of Angaston. A great place to sit and relax, read about Day off Peter and leave with some historical insight of days passed.

Thank 291christine2016
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Spent many a weekend riding my bike around Angaston as a kid. A great spot to visit for a picnic with the kids or roam the streets of Angaston to check out the history and many other unique shops and eateries

Thank Ian P
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Angaston was our favourite part of the Barossa, and the park where the 'Clydesdale statue' is was a great place to admire the surrounding 100+ year-old buildings from.

Thank Dan F
Reviewed 5 October 2015

This is a great place to take a break in a small friendly country town on your self drive wine tour of the valley. This small but wonderful park has shade and tables to relax by and eat in the great outdoors.There are amenities and...More

Thank Lochinvar1950
Reviewed 15 June 2015

This is a very nice statue on the way in (or out I suppose) of Angaston and conveniently set in a small park with children's rides and toilets. It's opposite the cheese shop and Casa Carboni so makes a nice package lot!

Thank Dave C
Reviewed 26 October 2014

As we wandered the main street in Angaston we came across this Bronze statue of a Clydesdale horse at the Angaston Memorial Reserve. It was originally a fibre glass model, a work by sculpture Christopher Radford for the Angaston Agricultural Bureau in 1988. On the...More

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