Designed by Tasmanian sculptor Stephen Walker and made by local resident, the topiaries grow in several locations in the streets of Oatlands.
The rescue: Police park, corner High St and Barrack St
The picnic: by the lake on the Esplanade
The shepherd: in the park at the corner of High St and Church St
The drover: at the southern entrance to the town at the 'Welcome to Oatlands' sign
The oldest topiary is the emu, on the corner of High St and Gay St.
See if you can locate the giraffe between 'The Stables' and Winton Cottage.
Spot others in the town, including the swans and the golfer.
Oatlands' topiaries continue the tradition of the original topiaries located on the Heritage Highway north of Oatlands, created by the late Jack Cashion.