Greta’s ‘Fridgehenge’ Taylor made for public

WORK OF ART? Old fridges are taking on a new sense of purpose near Greta. PHOTO: Luke Plummer

STONEHENGE is one of the world’s most recognisable attractions, and now a Greta resident has a version of his own – using fridges.

While the prehistoric monument in England took thousands of years to evolve, “Fridgehenge” has been about 18 months in the making so far.

Jeff Taylor came up with the concept after seeing art projects others made with cars and items that would be categorised as junk.

“It’s just a statement on the waste of it all,” he said.

“All these fridges just go to waste so I wanted to do something with them.”

The structure currently has about 40 fridges that were either salvaged or donated, and put together by Mr Taylor with the help of a few friends.

It can be easily seen from Wangaratta-Kilfeera Road, just north of Greta.

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