Gundagai, although a small town, is a popular topic for writers and has become an icon of the typical Australian country town.
It is located along the Murrumbidgee River and Muniong, Honeysuckle, Kimo, Mooney Mooney, Murrumbidgee and Tumut mountain ranges.
Gundagai is 390 kilometres (240 mi) south-west of Sydney but is perhaps best known for a feature five miles from town.
Yes, the statue of the Dog on the Tuckerbox at Snake Gully, which is five miles from Gundagai, has been immortalised in song.
The statue was unveiled by the then Prime Minister Joseph Lyons in 1932, as a tribute to pioneers.
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