The Daniels family have donated two replica bulls to be placed at prominent locations within the Cloncurry township.
The family which has a long history with Cloncurry for many generations say the bulls represent the economic and social contribution of the pastoral industry to the area.
Sam Daniels, recently elected as a Councillor of the Cloncurry Shire and appointed Deputy Mayor said they were excited to help promote an industry that largely contributes to the Queensland economy each year.
"Beef production is ingrained in our areas history and it's great to see the bulls installed".
The statue of the white Brahman bull is situated at Robertson Park next to the Puma fuel station and the Black Angus bull is at the Airport.
Installation of the bulls was completed by Cloncurry Shire Council.
Mayor Greg Campbell said Council took pride in managing the installation process.
"The statues look great; and are a timely representation of an important industry that will help keep the economy going in the wake of COVID-19," Cr Campbell said.
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