Sculpture Walk

The Sculpture Walk is taking a break in 2017. Watch this space for a new Sculpture event in early 2018.


Sculpture Walk 2016 Winners

The City of Melville would like to congratulate the following prize-winning artists:

  • Sculpture Walk 2016 Prize: Yuko Takahashi, 'Sanctuary'
  • Highly Commended: Olivia Samec and Frontier 3D, 'Infinite'
  • Schools Prize: Applecross Primary School, 'Breathe'
  • People's Choice Award: Lesley Barrett, 'Take a Bite'

Accessibility

Heathcote is wheelchair friendly, with a wide, flat path that goes around the point. All sculptures are positioned in close proximity to the path. Disabled parking and toilets are located on site. Bus parking is available on request.

About the City of Melville Sculpture Walk

Sculpture Walk is a temporary outdoor exhibition featuring sculptures and installations by talented WA artists and school students.

The event has been held annually since 2003 at various sites within the City, including Piney Lakes Reserve, Wireless Hill, Kadidjiny Park and Deep Water Point.

Click here to view a photo gallery of Sculpture Walk 2015.

Piney Lakes Sculpture Walk

The City of Melville has a permanent Sculpture Walk at Piney Lakes Reserve, Leach Highway, Murdoch.

All artworks featured in the trail are site specific installations by Western Australian artists which enhance and respond to the natural and cultural heritage of Piney Lakes.

For more information about the Piney Lakes Sculpture Walk, contact the Cultural Development Officer (Arts) by email or call 9364 0650.

Contact NameCultural Development Officers (Arts)
Contact Email julie.rosario@melville.wa.gov.au
Contact Phone9364 0650
CostFree
LocationHeathcote Cultural Precinct
URLhttp://www.melvillecity.com.au/sculpturewalk
Start Date19 March 2016
End Date03 April 2016
Start Time00:00
End Time00:00