Hunter Valley (NSW): Sculpture in the Vineyards - 28 Oct-3 Dec 2017

Along the Wollombi Valley Wine Trail

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TIM KYLE – Figure in Landscape - Sculpture in the Vineyards 2013

TIM KYLE – Figure in Landscape - Sculpture in the Vineyards 2013

Enjoy fine wines and a wander through some of the most picturesque countryside in NSW while feasting your eyes on this years fabulous array of sculpture.

Sculpture in the Vineyards is a month long festival of art and culture held across four boutique vineyards in the Wollombi Valley and at selected locations in the historic Wollombi Village.

Visitors to Sculpture in the Vineyards can enjoy the latest in contemporary outdoor sculpture by talented Australian artists and wander through the picturesque landscape of the Wollombi Valley. They provide a unique opportunity to sample premium wines and local produce as well as a bespoke range of public programmes for children and families, wine and art lovers or lovers in general.

During the festival visitors can enhance their exhibition experience through guided tours, artist talks artist-led workshops and degustation tours.

The Wollombi community is very proud of their Aboriginal heritage. In partnership with Ngurra Bu Aboriginal Corporation visitors can also take a twilight tour to view the rock carvings at Mt Yengo and learn about one of the most significant ceremonial locations for Aboriginal people in NSW.

Exhibition open daily from 10am - 6pm and features an intriquing array of outdoor sculpture and exclusive boutique wines.

WHEN: 28th October to the 3rd December 2017

WHERE: Wineries in the Wollombi Valley

COST and BOOKINGS: For further details visit the Sculpture in the Vines website (link above).

 

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