This is the final weekend of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015; if you haven’t yet visited there is still time to make your way to the stunning Cottesloe Beach to experience the 69 sculptures by international, interstate and local artists before the exhibition closes on Monday 23 March.
After being held up in Singapore, the six Japanese sculptures by artists Keizo Ushio, Tetsuro Yamasaki, Zero Higashida, Haruyuki Uchida and Yoshio Nitta have now been installed and are receiving a wonderful response.
Getting to the Exhibition
As parking at the beach may be hard to find, especially on a busy weekend, we suggest parking on streets further back from the beach, or at the Cottesloe Station ($2 for a whole day) and catching the Cott Cat to and from the beach.
The Cott Cat is a free shuttle bus service that runs between Cottesloe train station and Cottesloe beachfront. The shuttle will meet every train from Cottesloe train station on the Perth to Fremantle line between 10.30am to 5.00pm daily for the duration of the exhibition, and will return to the station from Cottesloe beachfront at 15 minute intervals.
With only a few days left, make sure you don’t miss out!
Ben Juniper, event horizon, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2015. Photo Jessica Wyld.