There are a total of 38 sculptures set amongst the rainforest on the Lillipilli Link trail. The track will take you and the family approximately 30 minutes to complete. At each sculpture there is a description of the sculpture and a brief story on what inspired the artist to design it.
This is the seventh year the exhibition has been on and they ensure that all artworks are installed and removed by professional arborists and art handlers. The exhibition ensures no vegetation is cleared or removed.
- The parking station fills up quickly, get there early to grab a spot.
- To try an avoid the crowds and tourist buses get there early . We rode the Scenic railway at 930am which was a 10 minute wait , we then again decided to ride it again at 1230pm and it took 40 minutes.
- Make sure to grab your free Kids Trail Guide for the kids to follow the sculpture trail.
- Take the time to read about the sculptures and discuss with the kids what it means to them.
- Book online to save the time from lining up!
- Be sure to visit the Little Ninjas workshop for the kids to get creative.
- Make sure you use the toliet facilities before heading down into the rainforest as there are no toilets in the valley.
Overall I really liked all the quirky and creative ideas for sculptures.
Alyssa's Little Opinion (aged 8 years) - I liked looking and taking photos of the Sculptures. My favourite sculpture was the chandelier. The funniest Sculpture was the one with washing machines, tyres and rubbish everywhere. I also enjoyed making my Ninja Mask at the kids workshop area at the end of the day.
- Sculpture at Scenic World is located corner Voilet street & Cliff Street
- Scenic World is open from 9am - 5pm.
- Parking at Scenic World car park is free
- There is no additional cost to see the Sculpture exhibition.
- Scenic World unlimited Day pass family (2 adults & 5 Children) starts from $99
- Cafe on site to grab lunch or snacks.
- Pre book your tickets online at www.sculptureatscenicworld.com.au