Wellington Gateway Sculpture

Be entranced by the raw beauty of this unique visual art spectacle.

The Wellington Gateway Sculpture is an interpretation of the identity and spirit of Wellington and its people. The main sculpture which comprises of the tripod and wind chimes is actually constructed from a significant event in Wellington’s history – The Old Wellington Bridge, which collapsed on 6 January 1989 after a truck accident.

Explore the hidden meanings instilled in each single element, and marvel at the mysterious pulling power which takes on totally different moods at different times of the day.

Nearby events

  1. Man From Ironbark Festival

    Saturday 20 April 2019 , Wellington

    Banjo Paterson's 'The Man from Ironbark' is well known throughout Australia, now the village made famous by the poem, Stuart Town (formerly Ironbarks), is celebrating its history, culture and creativity through the Man from Ironbark…

    20 Apr
  2. Wellington Rotary Markets

    Saturday 27 April 2019 to Saturday 28 December 2019 , Wellington

    Wellington Rotary Markets are held in award winning Cameron Park. The Wellington Rotary Markets offer fresh locally made produce, plants, craft, gifts, food, coffee, children's jumping castle and so much more. The Wellington Rotary Markets…

    27 Apr - 28 Dec