Featuring internationally renowned artists from Australia and around the world, each sculpture in the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail has been thoughtfully selected and considered in consultation with a wide cross section of the Snowy Valleys community, the Snowy Valleys Council and a Local Community Advisory Group.
Destined to become a world class sculpture collection, the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail is a sculpture collection connected by the historic towns of Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba, the hamlet of Tooma and the vineyards of Courabyra Wines, Johansen Wines and Obsession Wines. Abundant with nature-based experiences the Snowy Valleys also offers rail trail cycling, mountain biking, hiking, bush walking, fishing, waterfalls and much more! It is a region bursting with fresh seasonal produce, you’ll enjoy the local food and wine at the award-winning cafes and cellar doors along the trail. With so much to discover in the Snowy Valleys an overnight stay is highly recommended!
Each of the seven locations in the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail has its own collection tailored to the town or vineyards and winery with cellar doors:
For more detailed information on the artists, sculptures and access to our interactive map, download the Sculpture by the Sea App and look for the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail tab or you can download our map below.
As part of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail 13 artists have already visited schools across the Snowy Valleys to provide sculpture making experiences for 1,538 students during over 60 workshops.
The workshops are based off the artist’s own artistic practice and students explore exciting collaborative processes with new materials and creative thinking. The students can engage with the artist to help them make their own imaginative sculpture to exhibit with their peers.
In addition, empty shops in Batlow and Tumbarumba have been leased and transformed by artists into Shop Art Projects that are open for visitors on weekends.
David Handley, Founding CEO & Artistic Director of Sculpture by the Sea, said, “Thank you to the members of the communities across the Snowy Valleys for preparing the local celebrations in their towns to welcome visitors from across the Snowy Valleys. We look forward to hundreds of people in each town meeting the artists who have created the sculptures for their towns and to enjoying a wide range of free activities including sculpture making workshops for the family and tours of the sculptures with the artists.”
The Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail will expand with additional sculptures installed in the first half of 2023 growing to over 35 sculptures thanks to a grant from the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund.
If you have any questions please contact [email protected] or 02 8399 0233.
This Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Program is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.