RABBIT PROOF FENCE
Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park, Coober Pedy, South Australia
The rabbit proof fence was constructed between 1901-1907, with the intention of keeping rabbits and other agricultural pests out of Western Australian crops and pasturelands. Upon completion, it stretched 3,256km and represented a rather unique, albeit inadequate, response to an overwhelming environmental problem from introduced species in Australia.
Open Edition prints are not limited to a specific print number. They are still printed on the same Centurion Bright White Metallic Premium Paper as the Limited Edition Prints.