Where you can see Giant Kookaburra in Maryborough today
IT'S become an unexpected star and one of the few good things to come out of lockdown - now it's coming to the Fraser Coast.
The Giant Kookaburra, built by Farvardin Daliri, will visit the Coast for three days as it makes its way up to Townsville.
The big bird visited Tiaro yesterday, is in Maryborough today and will head to Hervey Bay tomorrow.
Here is the official schedule for the big bird's visit:
JULY 29 - MARYBOROUGH
There will be plenty of chances to see the kooky kookaburra in the Heritage City.
8.30am: MacDonalds (Cnr Alice and Sperry St)
9am: Maryborough Special School
10am: "Fly By" past the hospital
10.30am: Life Choice (Lennox St)
11.30am: Ned Kelly Motor Inn
12.30pm: Then a "Fly By" Tinana State School
1.30pm: Maryborough Town Hall
2.30pm: Community Lifestyle Agency Inc (99 Bazaar St)
3.30pm: Brolga Theatre
JULY 30 - HERVEY BAY
The winged wonder's final stop on the Coast will be a busy one.
8.30am: Esplanade "Fly By"
9am: St James Lutheran College,
9.30am: Hervey Bay High School
10am: "Fly By" along Main St
10.30am: Kawungan State School
11am H.B. Special School
Noon: Torquay School
1pm: Urangan State School / Sandy Straits School / Star of the Sea School.
3pm: Seafront Oval (Meet the Mayor)
4pm: Esplanade "Fly By"
Dr Daliri built the kookaburra in the backyard of a Brisbane property to stay busy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
He constructed the metal bird for the Townsville Cultural Festival.