“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 built from 16,000 threaded quartz pebbles, in the pattern of a rare Aboriginal Shield, the "Sydney Shield", after gaining permission from Allen Madden on behalf of the Cadigal people. 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.