Sculp­ture at Scenic World

The Blue Moun­tains rain­for­est be­comes an out­door gallery from April 13 to May 13, show­cas­ing more than 35 art­works from lo­cal, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional artists

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THE BLUE MOUN­TAINS’ top at­trac­tion, Scenic World, wel­comes its an­nual art ex­hi­bi­tion again this au­tumn, as Sculp­ture at Scenic World re­turns.

More than 35 art­works from lo­cal, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional artists will be in­stalled along the 2.4km Scenic Walk­way, trans­form­ing the rain­for­est into a stun­ning out­door gallery.

The ex­hibits range from in­ter­ac­tive in­stal­la­tions and sub­tle art­works that blend seam­lessly into the en­vi­ron­ment to loud mas­ter­pieces mak­ing bold state­ments. Travel to the val­ley floor via the world’s steep­est pas­sen­ger train, the Scenic Rail­way, to ac­cess the walk­way, and me­an­der along it, tak­ing in the art­works and scenery.

The per­fect out­ing for art­lov­ing cou­ples and fam­i­lies alike, Sculp­ture at Scenic World has some­thing for ev­ery­one. Top off your Blue Moun­tains arts ad­ven­ture with a visit to Sculp­ture Oth­er­wise – an ex­hi­bi­tion of smaller sculp­tures held at the Blue Moun­tains Cul­tural Cen­tre – or RE:MIX, an ex­cit­ing out­door ex­hi­bi­tion that takes up­cy­cling to a whole new level.

A num­ber of week­end pack­ages are avail­able with se­lected ho­tels, with in­clu­sions such as break­fast, Wi-Fi, high tea and more. All Sculp­ture at Scenic World tick­ets in­clude un­lim­ited travel on the Scenic Rail­way, Scenic Cable­way and the new Scenic Sky­way, as well as ad­mis­sion to Sculp­ture Oth­er­wise.

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