Meandering the iconic stretch of coastline between Bondi and Tamarama is enjoyable at any time of year. But for the next two weeks, you've got even more reason to go.
The largest free sculpture exhibition in the world is back!
From 19 October to 5 November, the annual 'Sculpture by the Sea' exhibition will grace Bondi's shores for the 21st time.
Above: 'Tripl Tripll Triplll' by April Pine (WA)
Stroll through the 2km-long sculpture park filled with the unique works of over 100 Australian and international artists.
This year's artists have kept the much-loved quirkiness of the exhibition alive. From a giant hamburger to mounds made from plastic bottles, this year's sculptures are sure to invigorate your artistic mind.
Here's a little sneak peak...
‘What a Tasty Looking Burger’ by James Dive (NSW)
'Littoral Echo' by Sonia Payes (VIC)
'High Tide' by Tsukasa Nakahara (Japan)
'Under One Sky' by Stephen Marr (NSW)
'Autumn Moon in the Sky' by Chen Wenling (China)
‘Swirling Surround’ by Jane Cowie (SA)
‘Plastic Paradise’ by Kathy Allam (WA)
And the winner is... David's Ball's 'Orb' took out this year’s $60,000 Aqualand Sculpture Award.
Add the Bondi to Coogee walk to your Leezair wishlist and share it with your friends!
Leezair tip: try to go on a weekday if possible to avoid those notoriously large Sydney crowds.
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The Leezair Team x