Sculpture at Scenic World
More than 25 sculptures will be exhibited at an outdoor gallery in the Blue Mountains. The Sculpture at Scenic World exhibition, which is in its eighth year, will have ancient forests as the backdrop for bold artworks created by local, interstate and international artists.
To get to the the 2.4-kilometre walkway, where you'll see bold artworks that have been created specifically to fit the environment they are being displayed in, you'll need to hop on one of the world’s steepest railways. Along with the sculptures, there will be a range of other artworks, kids activities and free public programs.
Melbourne-based artist Elizabeth West confronts our relationship with plastic with her piece, Cascade. Heini Nieminen and Sandra Nyberg, from Finland, are showing work that focuses on ecological and societal issues.
While you’re there visit the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, where you'll find another beautiful outdoor exhibit, Sculpture Otherwise, that shows art pieces throughout the upper mountains.
Entry is free with tickets to Scenic World. It runs daily from 9am to 5pm.