This sulky is a historical artifact that was crafted in South Australia by A and B Binger and Sons around the year 1910. A sulky is a lightweight, two-wheeled cart that was commonly used as a mode of transportation in the past. This particular sulky was later transported and relocated to Bunbury, Western Australia before being purchased by Mr Neil Gill.

After being acquired by Mr Gill, the sulky was eventually donated to the Shire of  Pingelly where it currently resides in the Pingelly Town Hall. The sulky is a testament to the craftsmanship and ingenuity of past generations and serves as a valuable reminder of our rich cultural heritage. It also provides a glimpse into the transportation methods of a bygone era, allowing us to appreciate the evolution of technology and how it has impacted our lives over time.