Journey into the world of contemporary sculpture with a stroll through the Werribee Park Sculpture Walk.
Featuring an interesting selection of work by Australia's leading sculptors, the exhibition has been made possible with support from the Helen Lempriere Bequest as managed by Perpetual Trustees. Established to honour the philanthropic aspirations of the late Helen Lempriere and her husband Keith Wood the bequest creates new opportunities for artistic excellence in Australian sculpture.
Winning works from the annual Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, held from March to May in the Mansion's spectacular formal gardens, have formulated the beginnings of this permanent exhibition. These winning works combined with a selection of finalist pieces from previous Lempriere Awards offer an outstanding
Take your time to appreciate 29 diverse pieces sited along the pathway as marked in the map.
The Sculpture Walk is an intriguing and interpretive detour from the Australian history and heritage of Werribee Park.
The Sculpture Walk winds through the farm and riverine areas and features a collection of works by Australia's leading sculptors and selected winners of the national Helen Lempriere Award.
Do not forget to pick up an audio guide. You will discover the inspiration and meaning of the works is sometimes far more than meets the eye.
After, visit Werribee Park and uncover the story of a vast Australian pastoral empire. Experience the Victorian era lifestyle in the Italianate-style architecture and period interiors of Werribee Mansion. Stroll ten hectares of formal gardens, the Victoria State Rose Garden and open space park land. Werribee Park is only 30 minutes from Melbourne, so take a walk in the park today.
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