A highly prominent sculpture resembles a net or a flock of birds suspended in the sky.
The hollow part within the net suggests that boomerang has flown through. The concept is based on the traditional Kaurna hunting practice:
“String nets were tied between trees. A hunting boomerang was thrown high in the air to imitate a hawk or eagle and people would frighten a flock of birds from a nearby waterhole. Boomerangs were then thrown amongst the frightened flock of birds in the hope of hitting some of the birds.”