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Fountain Series: Fun – The Tank Stream Fountain

A turtle

A turtle

Where Alfred Street meets George Street, behind Circular Quay and its bustling ferries, a fountain meanders from pool to pool. Sculpted animals peep out from pipes and are caught frozen in time while going about their business. This is Sydney’s Tank Stream Fountain — and I defy anyone not to smile at the quirky animals in this fun fountain.

A plaque explaining the fountain's inspiration

A plaque explaining the fountain’s inspiration

Part of the fountain unfolds behind the turtle

Part of the fountain unfolds behind a turtle in a series of wonderfully fluid shapes

Water pours from a spout

Water pours from a spout

Crawling crabs

Crawling crabs

One end of the fountain has a special area at the right height for children for view.

The children's fountain

The children’s fountain

Platypus and snakes

Platypus and snakes


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