Map & Guide

Welcome to the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail with over 50 sculptures by artists from 13 countries around the world in 12 locations in the towns, vineyards and forests across 150km of the Snowy Valleys in southern New South Wales.  Please scroll below to find the map of the collection and other information to help you find your way from one sculpture location to the next.  Elsewhere in this website you can find places to stay, eat and enjoy this wonderful part of the world.

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Exhibiting Artists:

For a list of exhibiting artists please click here.


     Kids’ Sculpture Forest Passport      

Download, print and fold our passport for kids to enjoy as they discover artworks in the Sculpture Forest. Find the ‘how to fold’ instructions here.


Locations:

Adelong

A 1km sculpture walk along the Adelong Creek that leads to the historical Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins.

Batlow

Along Pioneer Street, within Reedy Creek Park and in the town centre, and in front of the Country Women’s Association in Toc H. Park adjacent to the Batlow Hospital, including a Shop Art Installation on Selwyn Street.

Tumut

Artwork to be installed in May 2024.  Location details to be confirmed.

Talbingo

Overlooking Jounama Pondage on Miles Franklin Drive in Sir William Hudson Park, opposite the Ampol Service Station, Talbingo.

Sculpture Forest

Laurel Hill

Two large sculpture installations at Laurel Hill, next to Batlow Road on the Snowy Valleys Way between Batlow and Tumbarumba,

Pilot Hill Arboretum

Three very different sculptures, including one by Batlow local artist Robyn Sweeney, at Pilot Hill Arboretum, among historic plantings of a diverse range of trees dating back to the early 1900s; and

Alpine Ash Walk

Eight sculptures (with more to be added) along the stunning, 1.5km Alpine Ash Walk at Pilot Hill Arboretum.

 

Please note:  There is very limited mobile phone coverage in the Pilot Hill Arboretum area. Please be mindful of the direction in which you arrived so you can drive back the way you came when you leave.


Warning: The artworks in the Sculpture Forest contain many unseen and unpredictable hazards that cannot be removed or controlled. These may be exacerbated during periods of extreme weather – fire, flood, wind, and rain. Because of this you are entering the forest at your own risk. Other forest hazards include, but are not limited to, overhead hazards from tree limbs and uneven or slippery surfaces.

All vehicles must be registered, and drivers/riders licensed. All drivers and riders must stay on formed roads and trails. Make way for heavy vehicles. Sculpture by the Sea and its employees are not responsible for any damage caused to your person or property.

Tumbarumba

Goldfields Park and in the town centre, including Shop Art Installations.

Tooma

In front of historic Brigham House and Tooma Inn.


Cellar Doors:

Courabyra Wines

Directions
Turn left from Batlow Road into Courabyra Road if coming from Tumbarumba (10 minutes).
Turn right from Batlow Road if coming from Batlow (20 minutes).

Contact
805 Courabyra Road, Tumbarumba NSW 2653
(02) 6948 2462

Usually open Thursday – Monday. If the gates are open – the sculptures can be viewed. Gates close 5pm.

Opening hours vary with the seasons. Please check website for current opening times. Closed for all of August.

Please call ahead if planning to visit on a Tuesday or Wednesday to see if access can be arranged.

courabyrawines.com

Johansen Wines

Directions
Turn left from Batlow Road into Bogong Street then left into Black Range Road if coming from Tumbarumba (6 minutes).
Turn right from Batlow Road into Bogong Street then left into Black Range Road if coming from Batlow (30 minutes).

Contact
90 Black Range Rd, Tumbarumba NSW 2653
0424689492

Cellar Door opening hours vary with the seasons. Please check website for current opening times. Closed for Winter (June-July-August).

Please note, the sculptures at Johansen Wines can be viewed at anytime as they are visible from the street and are lit each day for fours hours from sunset.

johansenwines.com.au

Obsession Wines

Directions
Turn left from Tooma Road into Elliot Way then take the first right into Allawah Road if coming from Tumbarumba (16 minutes).
Turn right from Tooma Road into Elliot Way then take the first right into Allawah Road if coming from Tooma (16 minutes).

Contact
110 Allawah Road, Maragle, NSW 2653
0400 735 916

Obsession Cellar Door open daily 11am-4pm and closed public holidays. Please check website for more details.

We recommend calling ahead regarding gate access on the day you plan to visit.

obsessionwines.com.au


Stage one of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail was jointly funded by the Australian and NSW Government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund, under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.