THE newest piece of public art of the Peel River's sculpture walk will be officially unveiled on Friday.
The work, Dhinawan, by Gomeroi artist and weaver Amy Hammond.
The two-meter high stainless steel and copper piece was based on a lomandra grass weaving by the artist.
She said the purpose of the sculpture is to remind people they are on Gomeroi Country and intended to prompt people to think about their impact on the local environment.
"We know when either an invasive species is introduced or a native species is removed this has a major negative impact on the land and rivers, I hope this work will encourage people to think about that," she said.
The launch is on Friday at 11am in Bicentennial Park, ahead of the start of NAIDOC week.