Larry the Giant Lobster's not going anywhere.
The Kingston tourism icon's been saved by the Brinkworth farming family
The 17m tall Crayfish had been linked to a move to Western Australia.
Millionaire pastoralist Thomas Brinkworth is one of the state’s most prominent graziers and has stepped in to save the orange crustacean.
Larry the Lobster was built 40 years ago during rural Australia’s “big things” era and underwent a paint job last year.
You can find Larry overlooking the Princes Highway in Kingston, around 300km south of Adelaide.
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