Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail

The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail is a new series of permanent sculpture collections to be installed throughout the Snowy Valleys in NSW to open in April 2022.

The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, which is supported by a grant from the NSW Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund, will see sculpture collections established in the historic towns of Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba, the hamlet of Tooma and three vineyards and wineries with cellar doors Courabyra Wines, Johansen Wines and Obsession Wines.  If you have never visited the stunning Snowy Valleys or are already in love with the natural beauty, people and places to visit, we invite you to join us in showing support for the communities that are rebuilding following the Black Summer fires of 2019 – 2020.

Thanks to a generous donation from the Denmark-based Friendship Society of Denmark, Australia and New Zealand three sculptures, one each by a Danish (Keld Moseholm), Australian (Jennifer Cochrane) and New Zealand artist (Marcus Tatton), have been gifted to the people of the Snowy Valleys in a gesture of international friendship following the fires.  The sculptures for permanent public enjoyment have been installed in Goldfields Park and Creekscape in Tumbarumba.


If you have any questions please contact [email protected] or 02 8399 0233.