This unique sculpture trail presents an outstanding collection of artworks exploring the multitude of human relationships established with the landscape of the Great Western Tiers across thousands of years.
Commissioned in 2001 and funded by the Commonwealth Government, the Great Western Tiers Sculpture Trail represents a significant expansion of the area’s reputation for being a centre for the arts in Tasmania.
Beginning in Deloraine where seven sculptures inhabit the parklands on either side of the Meander River, the trail extends to include other key regional attractions such as Liffey Falls, Meander Falls, the Mole Creek Caves, Alum Cliffs and Devils Gullet.
15 artists were selected from over 70 applicants to complete the works.
For more information on the Great Western Tiers Sculpture Trail, contact the Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre located in Deloraine.
Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre
98-100 Emu Bay Road
Deloraine TAS, 7304
Phone: +61 3 6362 5280
|98-100 Emu Bay Road, Deloraine TAS, 7304|
|+61 3 6362 5280|