Ah, now tell me this isn't so.If that were an ordinary post, with flowers attached, it would indicate a car accident and travellers having died upon that spot. Right?Do Koalas die crossing the road around that spot or thereabouts?
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I was wondering whether they were meant to be some sort of memorial too.
Have I been mistaken about this sign? I drive past it often and have never seen any Koalas run over, but maybe it is memorial.I have some friends at Waterview so I will ask them what they think.
Until I read Julie's comment I was thoroughly enjoying this sign. Hopefully no koalas were killed here. You live in a beautiful part of Australia. I was lucky enough to pass through Grafton (and stay) whilst en route from Hobart to Cairns one time. I took a month to do the drive and enjoy and luckily I hit Grafton when all the jacarandas were in flower. Unbelievable! I lived in Oz for six years but maybe I already told you this!...
I have sugar glider, the hair of sugar glider remind me to the Koala bear hehe