Last Updated on February 9, 2020 by haveclotheswilltravel
Sculptures by the Sea is an incredible, annual event in Sydney, that is exactly what it sounds like. More than 100 sculptures are set up along the coast from Bondi to Bronte Beach and are free for the public to enjoy for three weeks in the spring. It’s pretty amazing to take in such art while relaxing at the beach!
I’m also incredibly impressed by how quickly this is all set up. I had just walked the exact same path the weekend before, and not a single sculpture was there…and then…BAM. All this marvelous art appeared by the next weekend!
Click here to check out the Sculptures by the Sea website and see when this year’s dates fall.
However, unlike going to an art museum, there were no plaques available to explain the pieces. So, feel free to use your imagination on these! And as a result, this post will be mainly photos and not a whole lot of text. I’ll be breaking it up into a couple photo galleries. One will include photos of the sculptures and the next will be of the beaches before Sculptures by the Sea was setup. Enjoy!
Sculptures by the Sea
If you are in Sydney and are interested in seeing Sculptures by the Sea – you’re in luck! There’s still one more weekend left of it! Click here to check out the Sculptures by the Sea website.
The Bondi to Coogee Beach Walk
This is quite an easy little hike to do and take in some magnificent views and beaches. I particularly enjoyed the Bronte Beach area. I really loved watching the dogs play in the water there!
If you are interested in doing the Bondi to Coogee Beach Walk, click here for more information and to download a map.
And which sculpture was your favorite? Let me know in the comments!