Australians in the Sculpture Garden

Rebecca Blake takes us on a tour through the seasons of the National Gallery of Australia’s unique, world-renowned Sculpture Garden, with a special focus on some of the big Australians.

The National Gallery of Australia is home to one of the country’s most developed Sculpture Gardens which can be experienced at leisure 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Situated in Canberra, on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, the garden was formed in 1981 and was originally designed around the changing seasons. Over the years the garden has continued to flourish and evolve. The…

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