He's big, he's naked and he just might become the North-West's newest tourist attraction.
He's a five-metre replica of Michelangelo's famous statue of biblical king David, rescued from pending ruin when he was owned by the Burnie City Council.
Now, restored and revitalised, he looms over the Gleneagle Gardens property of Riana couple Kevin and Isabelle Brown.
And he sure can loom.
The Browns are working on a development application to the Central Coast Council for visitor tourism and special events at their roughly three hectare garden and landscaped area on Penguin Creek.
They also plan to apply for "glamping" (glamorous camping) site approval across their 46 hectare property, with David as one of the tourist attractions.
The $10,000 plaster of Paris sculpture was created for a 2016 exhibition at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery and funded by community donations.
It was placed outside, but not weather-proofed, and started to decay.
It was later split into sections and left to rot in a shipping container.
The council eventually ran an expressions of interest process and the Browns secured the replica for $500 last year.
Mr Brown said the sculpture was removed from its container and restored.
"The successful restoration was accomplished using a combination of reinforced concrete, reinforced render, plaster and a few sleepless nights," Mr Brown said.
"Four coats of primer and Weathershield paint have been applied, with a further two applications planned prior to winter."
Mr Brown said the gardens had always been "a bit of an attraction" for locals and had hosted a few weddings.
"It's sort of a coincidence at the same time we were going make an application to open the gardens he just came along as an added attraction," he said.
"It's not really a David thing, it's really the garden as a whole."
Mr Brown said locals who had seen the statue in place were "pretty much gobsmacked, really".