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Life-sized sand sculpture of a Qantas aircraft in Sydney

A life-sized aircraft made out of sand is currently being built in Sydney’s Circular Quay to celebrate Qantas’ flights to Gold Coast. The airline is flying to Gold Coast for the first time in four years. The sand sculpture incorporates the interior of the Qantas B737-800, complete with flight deck, six rows of seats, pilots and passengers. Sydney’s creative agency, Wonder, was behind the campaign. Photographs were taken by Matt Waugh.


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