Sculpture Symposium

The sculpture symposium in the Living Desert Sanctuary consists of 12 sandstone sculptures completed in 1993 by artists from around the world. The site is attracting many visitors to observe sunrise or sunset.

The 2400ha Living Desert Reserve, 9 kilometres from Broken Hill is nestled amongst the Barrier Ranges.
A 2.5 kilometre walking trail allows visitors to discover Aboriginal Heritage, wildflowers, endemic plants, geological interpretation, animals including Wallabies and Red Kangaroos, a prospectors mine site and an arboretum.

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Uploaded: 03/05/2010
Updated: 09/04/2012


Tags: sculpture symposium; living desert; broken hill; new south wales; australia; sunset
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