The Bunyip

The coin-operated monster is at the town’s popular riverfront resort, the Sturt Reserve. When a coin is inserted in the machine, the Bunyip rises from the depths of its cave, booming forth its loud ferocious roar.

The Bunyip is a legendary animal in which Aborigines firmly believed. The Bunyip was said to live in creeks, riverbeds, shallow lakes, waterholes and swamps in Australia and Tasmania.

People believed the sightings of Bunyips and were reported in the press, with the findings of fossil bones being scientifically examined. It was not until the turn of the century that the physical existence of the Bunyip was disproved, however, according to Australian natives, the Bunyip still lives, but Europeans are unable to see it.

The Bunyip can best, and only, be described as fabulous. Seeing the Bunyip while visiting or travelling through Murray Bridge is a must.

Place Categories: See & Do in Murraylands, Lakes & Coorong.Place Tags: attraction, do, entertainment, family, fun, see, things to do, things to see and tourist.

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