There’s A Furby Phenomenon Taking Over Adelaide Streets

Have you spotted the Furbies taking over the streets of Adelaide?

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Here’s a blast from the past. Remember those creepy looking robotic toys from the ’90s, Furbies? Yeah well some local legend has been making them less creepy and plastering colourful stickers of them all over Adelaide.

You might have seen a Furby pop up around your suburb, near your work or even at the beach. Here’s where they’ve recently been spotted:

  • Ebenezer Place
  • Unley Road
  • Stepney
  • The Parade, Norwood
  • Melbourne Street
  • Sturt Street
  • Pirie Street
  • North Terrace
  • King William Road
  • Jetty Road, Brighton
  • On the Brighton Jetty
  • Freemans Lane
  • Twin Street
  • Synagogue Place
  • Rundle Street
  • Gawler Place
  • Jetty Road, Glenelg
  • Raj House, Hyde Street

It’s now become a bit of a game. Different social media sites like Adelaide Street Art and The Streets Of Adelaide have jumped on the bandwagon of Furby hunting. There’s even a dedicated Instagram account (@find_a_furby) dedicated to reposting your photos and locations. If you find one, be sure to share it with these guys to be featured.

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Cool 😎 colours furby! This one on North Terrace too.

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We’ve come to find out the artist behind the Furby craze is none other than @laura_lamington!

Let the games begin. Where have you spotted a Furby?

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