Every year at the start of November and the beginning of Australia’s spring Sydney host’s an amazing open air Art Gallery right along the ocean between Tamarama and Bondi Beach. The stunning sculptures are made by diverse Artists each year and it is free to go and have a look at!
How to get there
You can take the 400 or 380 Bus to Bondi Beach and then walk along the coast towards Bronte Beach, where you will walk past Tamarama Beach
You catch the 440 bus to Bronte Beach and walk towards Bondi Beach.
I recommend the latter as you will end up at Bondi Beach where you will find loads of cafes and restaurants to recharge after the walk! For more info’s about the walk check out Sydney’s Picturesque Coastal Walk: Bronte to Bondi
Info’s about the Sculptures by the Sea
You can purchase for 20 AUD/ 13.50EUR/ 14.80 USD a booklet that explains to you the sculptures and the artists behind the sculptures. These can be purchased at Tamarama or Bondi Beach.
The Sculptures by the Sea
So that you don’t get lost there are these typical “Aussie Thongs” showing you the way to the sculptures!
Doing the walk on a weekends results in LOADS of people walking right along with you! This is the look out from Bronte towards Tamarama Beach:
The first Sculptures always start at Tamarama Beach using the rocks, the sand and the ocean as a beautiful and natural canvas!
Tamarama Beach Overview
The Sand Hypothalamus
Bigger than live thongs
The Cat and the Paint
Walking along the ocean towards Bondi Beach you will find more sculptures along the rock and ocean walk….
People Contained in Plastic Bags…
The Easter Rocks
And in between you get to see Sydney’s wonderful wildflowers blooming in spring!
Here some more sculptures
The Rock and the Rope
Which one do you think is the sculpture and which Nature ??? 🙂
The 3D Girl
These were just a few of the many sculptures to see during the walk and each of them are unique and tailored to each location!
After the long walk you can enjoy the beach and eat some lunch at Bondi with amazing views 🙂
So, if you are planning on visiting Sydney during spring, make sure you time it right!!!