“Wurrungwuri” is a sculpture created by Chris Booth at the Royal Botanic Gardens and unveiled in 2011. The Aboriginal name, Wurrungwuri, means “this side - on this side of the water”. The sculpture consists of two parts. This part is a wave-like sandstone form which appears to emerge from the bedrock below Government House to cascade down the lawn towards Sydney Harbour. It is an evolving piece of art where native flora and fauna can make it their home, while it pays deep respect to the Cadigal, the traditional Aboriginal custodians. The Johnson Estate Sculpture was a gift to Sydney by a keen art lover, who committed the bulk of his estate for a sculpture overlooking Sydney Harbour.