The Millennium Stone was erected to celebrate the new millennium, and was a joint project between the parishes of Tipperary Town and Bansha Kilmoyler. The conglomerate stone weighing in at 13.5 tonnes was dug out of a nearby hillside. A mix of stone, sand and ferrous oxide causes it to have a pink hue in the evening sun. Designed by renowned Tipperary sculptor, Jarlath Daly, the stone depicts the annunciation, Birth, Crucifixion and Resurrection from the life of Christ.
From the Statue of Christ the King follow the Millennium Stone Loop walk across the Slievenamuck Ridge (Hill of the Pigs) to take in the views of the scenic Glen of Aherlow valley.