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Sculpture by the Sea

Sculpture by the Sea
©2006 Gabriel Ditu

Sculpture by the Sea was the brainchild of Handley some 10 years ago.

Driven by his wish to create a major free-to-the-public arts event and a desire to involve and support the enthusiasm of the local community for such a project, Handley’s inspiration was twofold - a visit in the early 1990s to an outdoor sculpture park set amid 13th century ruins in the Czech Republic and, unsurprisingly, the natural beauty of Bondi’s coastal walk, with its "natural plinth after natural plinth".

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Sculpture by the Sea
©2006 Gabriel Ditu
Sydney 'Sculpture by the Sea' exhibition is Australia's largest annual outdoor sculpture exhibition and it showed off the beautiful work of both Australian and overseas artists in spectacular Australian Coastal locations. Hugely popular, this free to the public annual exhibition attracts approximately 40,000 visitors of all ages.

'Sculpture by the Sea' exhibition, is staged alongside Sydney's spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk.

tourist information ...

How to get there
By train or bus to Bondi Junction and from there a bus to Bondi Beach. See map.

Relevant web sites:
Official website

Hours of Operation:
There is no fee to and you can go any time of the day.
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