Shoe fence


The fence, with shoes tied along it’s length, runs for some way on the Princes Highway at Tyrendara. Pairs and pairs of shoes for hundreds of meters. 

We later passed another fence where a farmer was doing the same with dead foxes. It looked like it was catching on and explained the many warning signs of poisoned bate for people out walking with their pets. It’s at the first right hand corner in the road after Mepunga East travelling east on the Great Ocean Road. 

2 thoughts on “Shoe fence

  1. Lovely to meet you both in Port Fairy – hope our happy crowd wasn’t too overwhelming! We’ll follow your travels with great interest. Judy and Rob Umney

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