Move over Big Pineapple, an iconic Australian food favourite has its eyes set on becoming the country's next giant monument.
Milo lovers around the country could soon be able to pay homage to the childhood favourite after more than 80,000 Australians threw their support behind the idea.
A Nestle spokesperson told Yahoo7 News that they had taken steps to make the 'Big Milo Tin' a reality by 2019, coinciding with the product's 85th birthday.
"We've had preliminary discussions with some blokes on the mid north coast of (NSW) about making it happen," the spokesperson said.
"We need to scope out the engineering side of things first."
Exactly where the ‘Big Milo Tin’ will be erected remains to be seen, however locations in and around the NSW town of Smithstown remain a popular choice.
“We’ve been blown away by the level of support for the ‘Big Milo Tin’,” Nestlé Factory Manager Mat Oram said.
“What started as a fun idea has quickly grown into something much bigger, and we’re delighted to give something back to Milo fans and celebrate the rich 83-year Australian heritage of the Milo brand.
“With the history of Milo deeply rooted in Smithtown, it will be wonderful to share this celebration with the local community and put this great town on the map.”
The idea gained tremendous support when first pitched on social media, with one man offering to donate his kidney to fund the project.
“I think this should be the new Aussie icon. Put it on the $100 bill as well,” one social media user wrote when the idea was first raised.
“Where do I sign? And how much is my kidney worth…? Need to fund this project,” another added.