“Wurrungwuri” is a sculpture in the Royal Botanic Gardens. Wurrungwuri is an Aboriginal name meaning “this side - on this side of the water”. The sculpture created by Chris Booth and unveiled in 2011, consists of two parts. One 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 other part is a wave-like sandstone that cascades down the lawn towards towards Farm Cove on Sydney Harbour. It is an evolving piece of art where native flora and fauna can make it their home. 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.