Yes, it’s that time of year again, when bus loads of people are showing up at Sydney’s beaches in the Eastern Suburbs. They are armed with cameras, walking sticks and water bottles, to conquer the coastal track connecting Bondi Beach with Tamarama Beach.
While it may be unbearably crowded at times it is still my most favourite time to visit the Bondi to Coogee walk, when artists from around the world are competing against each other for your attention with outdoor artwork that can be stunning, funny, ridiculous, thought provoking or surprising. Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see all the photos from this year’s event!
Mirrors that play with the light and the colour of the ocean, plastic pieces that find a new life on the rocks above the sea, over-dimensional sculptures that you can walk into and explore with all your senses.
This year, there are more than 100 sculptures exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi. I have taken pictures of around 40 of them which I hope will inspire you to go down there and visit yourself. Let me also know in the comments which one is your favourite artwork this year? I’d really like to know!
Sculpture by the Sea will be on until 8 November, 2015. Entry is free. Travel on public transport (bus 333 is the route to Bondi Beach from the City) and also plan in a visit of the Grounds of Alexandria pop-up in Hunter Park and finish off with drinks at the Bondi Bucket List.