There is still time left if you haven’t visited the Sculpture by the Sea 2018, it closes on the 4th of November. I usually visit this exhibition during the first week but the recent Sydney rain has been unforgiving. Thankfully this week, the sky cleared up and the sun came out and shone, so it’s time to check it out!
Now in its 22nd year, the popular coastal walk between Bondi and Tamarama is the place to be, attracting hundreds of visitors daily. With 100 stunning sculptures in all forms on display, this has become one of Sydney’s most popular outdoor festivals. Get ready with your camera as they are all Instagrammable!
Parking is limited so it’s best to take the bus. Some streets are blocked off and only accessible to residents. A special bus time table has been created to cater for this event with pick up and drop off points near the coastal walk.
For us, we walked from Bronte to Tamarama onto Bondi Beach on a slow pace often pausing to gaze out at sea, checking out the surfers patiently waiting for those perfect waves to ride.
There are kiosks that sell souvenir programs, donation points to support the artists and an enclosed exhibition area. What an interesting afternoon and I’m already looking forward to what’s in store for 2019!
Here are some of the awe inspiring sculptures!
WHEN : 18 October – 4 November 2018
WHERE: Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, Sydney, Australia