Creative Lake Sculpture Trail

Overview

Lake Macquarie’s love affair with outdoor art is nowhere better on display than with the Creative Lake Sculpture Trail, a 5km trail linking larger-than-life artworks along the foreshore. In the…

Lake Macquarie’s love affair with outdoor art is nowhere better on display than with the Creative Lake Sculpture Trail, a 5km trail linking larger-than-life artworks along the foreshore.

In the popular precincts of Speers Point, Warners Bay and Eleebana, you’ll discover an eclectic collection of contemporary artworks – from sculptures to conceptual installations and 3D murals – by Australian and international artists including Guan Wei, Guy Maestri, Alex Seton, Naidee Changmoh and Antone Bruinsma.

You can walk, bike and even rollerblade between the sites via the Warners Bay Foreshore Shared Pathway, or drive between them with on and some off-street parking available

Download the Culture Trails guide from the Lake Macquarie City Council website to not only discover what you might see while wandering the route, but also explore other Lake Macquarie cultural highlights, including galleries and historic sites.

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