What is Sculpture by the Sea you ask? Imagine taking a walk along the infamous coastal route between Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach, only to come across gigantic, quirky and thought provoking man made sculptures scattered along the beaches – they make for a pretty impressive selfie! Each year locals and visitors make their way to Bondi Beach to view these amazing structures that are on display 24 hours a day.
Sculpture by the Sea is an annual event that has taken place in Bondi Beach for many years now. The concept behind the exhibition is to bring free art to the general public. It is one of the world’s largest free to public events and attracts visitors and tourists year on year.
Sculpture by The Sea 2017
When is it? 19 October – 5 November 2017
Where is it? You will find the sculptures scattered along the coast walking route between Bondi Beach and Tamarama Beach, Sydney
How much is it? FREE!
How to get there? We suggest taking a bus from Sydney CBD to Bondi Beach. Alternatively you can catch a train to Bondi Junction from Sydney CBD and jump on a bus from Bondi Junction train station to Bondi Beach.
From Bondi Beach you can then follow the coastal walk towards Tamarama Beach. Although the exhibition ends in Tamarama Beach, we suggest following the walking trail through to Coogee Beach for a relaxing afternoon away from the crowds.
Buses are then available from Coogee Beach to Sydney CBD.