The Emery Celtic Cross
The Emery Celtic Cross is a gigantic 125 by 70-metre cross planted on the side of Bogay Hill just to the north of Killea and can be seen from the road between Killea and Newtown Cunningham. Though it can just be seen from the road, it is best seen from the air, watch the video for more details.
It was created by Liam Emery in the early 2000s by using over 3,000 trees of two different types with the cross planted in Japanese Larch which turns a golden colour in the Autumn. The outer trees are evergreen.
The cross is mentioned in the Lonely Planet guide here
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