Sculpture for Clyde @ Willinga Park – Monday 23rd August (Event cancelled due to COVID -19)

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The sculpture for Clyde is part of the world-class sculpture park at Willinga Park, North of Batemans Bay. The privately owned facility has international award-winning architecture, internationally recognised sculptures, and an unparalleled garden used for the Clyde sculpture exhibition.

The exhibition will take place from 21 to 29 August, with our tour scheduled for Monday, August 23. The tour includes the entrance to the sculptures and a guided private bus tour of Willinga Park, morning tea, and picnic lunch. The 10 hectares of spectacular botanical gardens and tranquil surroundings of Willinga Park will blow you away, alongside the permanent collection of over 30 sculptures.

Sculpture for Clyde is a perfect day out, where you can explore this beautiful property at leisure and be fascinated by the artistry and imagination of the artists. Click here to view the striking sculptures.  For more details, please refer to the description and inclusions below.

For anyone requiring transport to our central pickup hubs you can call Community Transport Service on 6492 4188 or register online at https://bega.cccsl.org.au/

 

Bookings are pending request and you will be notified via email or phone to confirm the booking and make payment. We require a minimum number of 20 people for the day to proceed.  Bookings need to be booked and paid by 3rd August 2021

 

 

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Description

The Sculpture for Clyde is part of the world-class sculpture park at Willinga Park, North of Batemans Bay. The privately owned facility has international award-winning architecture, internationally recognised sculptures, and an unparalleled garden used for the Clyde sculpture exhibition.

The exhibition will take place from 21 to 29 August, with our tour scheduled for Monday, August 23. The tour includes the entrance to the sculptures and a private bus tour of Willinga Park, morning tea and picnic lunch. The 10 hectares of spectacular botanical gardens and tranquil surroundings of Willinga Park will blow you away, alongside the permanent collection of over 30 sculptures.

Sculpture for Clyde is a perfect day out, where you can explore this beautiful property at leisure and be fascinated by the artistry and imagination of the artists. Click here to view the striking sculptures.  For more details, please refer to the description and inclusions below.

Your day includes:-
Return Bus Transfer to Willinga Park
Entry to Sculpture of Clyde
Guided Private Bus tour of Willinga Park 1 hour
Morning tea & Picnic Lunch included

 

 

 

 

 

 

When & Where

Monday 23rd August 2021 (Please note your pick up point when booking.) Times subject to change

Departure Times Pick up Points
07:30 Pambula Coach Stop
07:40 Merimbula Coach Stop
07:50 Tura Beach
08:20 Bega Coach Stop
12:00 Arrive Wallinga Park
12:00 – 15:00 Free time to explore the sculpture and gardens.  Private bus tour of  Wallinga Park is included.
18:00 Arrive Bega Coach Stop
18:30 Arrive Tura Beach
18:40 Arrive Merimbula Coach Stop
18:50 Arrive Pambula Interchange

About Wallinga Park

Willinga Park is a world-class equestrian centre and conference venue set on more than 800 hectares of the NSW South Coast. Renowned for exceptional quality and beauty, Willinga Park combines striking architecture and the latest in equine and conference technology with a passion for horses, botanical gardens and modern sculpture. Willinga Park has been home to numerous equine sporting events including the first-ever CDI 4* Dressage competition in the Southern Hemisphere. It has been used as a film set and for photoshoots. Its facilities include luxury stables, commercial cattle stud facilities and extensive facilities for the agistment and training of horses. Each year, Willinga Park hosts several community-wide events and premier equine sporting competitions across dressage, showjumping and campdrafting.

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