Description: an Emu sits on top of a Castle Tower. The emu represents the local creek, mountain, nearby towns and our beloved football netball clubs. The castle
represents the town of Skipton in the UK. Known for its elaborate castles that date back to medieval times. The tower is also built on bluestone rock which adorns many of our own buildings in town. Below the Skipton name is the Shield.
This shield is made up of three parts: firstly, the iconic image of a platypus, which dominate our creeks and waterways, secondly the image of a field of canola flowers, and finally, the image of a sheep. Both important industries for our region and
probably what we are best known for in terms of agricultural farming. The two Horses on either side represent the Town's strength and agility in terms of our love of equine recreation. The two flags represent modern day Australia as well as honouring
the traditional owners of this land.
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