The Big Golden Gumboot

TULLY, QUEENSLAND
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Originally a rubber boot was awarded to the “Wettest Town in Australia”, a title hotly competed by Tully, Innisfail, and Babinda. The Big Golden Gumboot, which is now firmly secured in Tully, stands at 7.9m high (amazingly this actually represents the record annual rainfall of the town at 7,900mm in 1950). The Gumboot contains a spiral staircase and viewing platform and opened on the 10th of May 2003. Climbing up the gumboot is a white-lipped green tree frog.

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