Liverpool Sculpture Walk
For Sculpture by the Sea, more than 111 sculptures are on display along the two-kilometre stretch between Bondi and Tamarama. It attracts upwards of 450,000 people each year but runs for less than three weeks.
Once the much-loved event ends, eight sculptures will relocate to the south-west for the Liverpool Sculpture Walk – a free, nine-month exhibition on the banks of the Georges River.
Liverpool will join South Australia’s Granite Island as one of only two satellite year-round exhibitions of sculptures from Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi and Cottesloe in Western Australia.
The trail begins at Casula Powerhouse Art Centre and runs along the Georges River to the Casula Parklands. Look out for Celest, by Southern Highlands sculptor David Ball. The weathered corten sculpture is inviting from a distance, but slightly chaotic up close.