The Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park houses an ever-evolving outdoor gallery of over 50 Australian and International pieces. Beyond that, the 19-acre Sculpture Park filled with it’s amazing art of many shapes, sizes and interests allows the visitor an opportunity to escape within an escape!
The two, 3km (60 minutes) and 1.9km (30 minutes) serpentine paths take you on a journey of world class art where they can experience the breathtaking work of Australian artists such as Deborah Halpern, Bruce Armstrong and Dean Bowen, as well as international artists including Tony Cragg, Jaume Plensa and Zadok Ben-David to name a few. The diversity of context does not only apply to the art but also the native flora and fauna that links the sculptures to the building, the vineyard and the sea.
Our Sculpture park is open daily from 11am – 6pm with last entry at 5pm. You can choose between a short walk (30 minutes), a long walk (60 minutes) or you can combine the two. Walk the grounds with friends & family, or with a glass of wine or just by yourself.
Sculpture Park tickets can be purchased from the guest services desk:
Guests who dine in Laura are offered complimentary entry into the Sculpture Park.
After much planning, and to celebrate the ever growing and most popular Sculpture Park, we are thrilled to be launching our first Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park book. Titled ‘Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park’ this perfect coffee table book is a celebration of the parks works from Armstrong to Valentine with each sculpture captured by Australian photographer David Hannah and brought to life by the words of park curator, Geoffrey Edwards. This book is truly a must for any art lover and the perfect keepsake for those that have visited the park. At $100.00 and with only 200 copies published, be sure to purchase your copy of this unique book.
Germany/Australia 1915–2016, arrived Australia 1951
Grand arch 2011
Australia/United States of America 1929–2005, arrived USA 1963
England/Germany born 1949, arrived Germany TBC Luke 2008 Bronze
Australia born 1957 Portal to another time and place 2005 Ceramic, steel, concrete
Australia 1951–1991 Horizons 2011 Painted steel, bronze
France/Australia born 1950, arrived Australia 1955 Cosmic resonance 2011 Painted steel, aluminium