Ceramic Break Sculpture Park

Bronze sculptor Kerry Cannon had a dream to bring ‘Art to the Bush’ and the result…Ceramic Break Sculpture Park, located on the Fossickers Way just north of Bingara.  The park was “unofficially” opened in 2003.

AllosaurThe park features three galleries; the largest of which boasts a mezzanine with an art library. The galleries exhibit both paintings and sculptures by Kerry and many local artists. There’s also a a gift shop and three bush walks including the scenic sculpture walk which leads to ‘Ceramic Break’.

‘Ceramic Break’ is an uninspiring rock mound where a participatory artwork is in progress.  People are encouraged to bring a ceramic pot to the mound and break it!

There is plenty to see and do at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park.  It’s a relaxing place to appreciate art and enjoy the scenery and beautiful environment, whilst also getting plenty of exercise hiking along the way.

Undoubtedly the highlight of the Park is the allosaur, which is situated in Gallery 1.

The kids love it……….even the big kids!


Ceramic Break Sculpture Park Gallery


Phone: 02 6729 4147

Open: Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun
10 am – 5pm
From March 1st until December 1st, or by Appointment

Closed: December, January and February. Please phone ahead for appointment.
Ceramic Break Sculpture Park maybe closed if it is too wet.

For further information visit: www.cbreaksculpturepark.com.au

 

 

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