The Sculpture Park is an outdoor gallery within 135 hectares of landscaped grounds that offer a gentle promenade as opposed to a strenuous trek around the network of winding paths that lead visitors past some 60 works mostly but not exclusively of large-scale.
Stylistically, exhibits range through a broad spectrum of idioms from geometric abstraction of figuration with a 7-metre high cast iron head of Laura by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa being one of the most acclaimed exhibits. With a program of future acquisitions and site-specific commissions in prospect, the park will remain a work in progress over coming years.
Unlike other Australian sculpture parks accessible to members of the public, Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park includes works by major international as well as major Australian artists. This impressive roll call includes George Rickey, Tony Cragg, Inge King, Boaz Vaadia, Tomnakatsu Matsuyama, Barry Flanagan, Julian Opie, Bruce Armstrong and Lenton Parr. Each work has an explanatory plaque giving details on the artist, a succinct account of their career and a short statement about the significance of the work itself.
Our Sculpture park is open daily
from 12 noon – 6 pm, last entry at 5 pm.
Short walk (30 min), Long walk (60 min)
or you can combine the two.
Entry into the Sculpture Park is $10 per Adult
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