Title: Gurungaty Water Place
Primary Artist: Nick Brash & Lorraine Brown
Created Date: 1997
This fountain marks the location of a subterranean freshwater spring. It is named after the Gurungaty, an underground serpent which appears at fresh water springs and was one of the creators of the land.
The design also contains a ring of concentric circles symbolising an Aboriginal meeting place while the horseshoe shape designs symbolise campsites. Jugs are placed in the design as a representation of European water carrying vessels.