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Melbourne City Council criticised over $2 MILLION sculpture of kangaroo on a chair

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Melbourne City Council is under fire for spending millions of dollars on a new sculpture while businesses struggle to stay open.

The design for the sculpture is top secret, but features a large kangaroo sitting on a chair covered in wire and lights.

It will sit on Dodd Street in Southbank.

“There’s a whole lot of reasons Victorians aren’t coming back into the CBD,” Opposition Leader Michael O’Brien said on Tuesday.

“The lack of a $2 million sculpture of a kangaroo sitting in a chair is not one of them.”

It will sit on Dodd Street in Southbank.
It will sit on Dodd Street in Southbank. Credit: 7NEWS

The $2 million project is shrouded in secrecy.

Transport Minister Jacinta Allan also commented on the sculpture, saying there might be other priorities the City of Melbourne…



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