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Another tourist icon to add to the Bulls in Bulls, Sheep in Feilding, the Paeroa L&P bottle, Ohakune's Carrot and Taihape's giant gumboot amongst others. These bits of fun make life interesting and should stop us from taking ourselves too seriously. We particularly enjoyed the...More
The mega cow is worth a photo due to its sheer size but it's the 40+ beautifully artistically painted life sized cows that are really worth the visit. Each cow has its own artist commissioned to paint it. Really special and varied. Definitely recommended if...More
We had some spare time, so took a walk along the Main Street of Morrinsville, spotting the colourfully painted cows. Saw maybe 20 if the 40 cows placed around the town.
Simply good fun for couples, groups or family (before enjoying the cafe afterwards)
I know Morrinsville is in the dairy heartland of NZ but as a visitor I was amused by the fixation with the model painted cows that adorn the streets. The mega cow overshadows the rest but it doesn't match their colouring. Still it all brought...More
and take a photo with. A huge cow that heralds the exciting and interesting cow parade of dozens of artistically decorated cows up the main street of Morrinsville, a premier dairying district in the North Island of NZ.
Enormous cow - it’s a farming community and they are proud of it! There are many smaller cows all over town that have been artistically painted including a helicopter one! There’s also one with a gun mounted on its back was funny. Whimsical to look...More