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Sydney celebrates 20 years of Sculpture by the Sea

Early risers admire Sculptures by the Sea along Sydney's coastline.
Early risers admire Sculpture by the Sea along Sydney's coastline.

ABC: Lisa Clarke

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The Sculpture by the Sea festival is celebrating 20 years of contemporary art along the Sydney's coastline between Bondi and Tamarama beaches.

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Have a look at this year's sculpture along the Bondi to Tamarama coastline ABC: Lisa Clarke

Hundreds of thousands of art lovers will flock to the foreshore this year to marvel at the 104 sculptures on display until November 6.

Crowds flock to the coastline along Bondi to Tamarama to see the 2016 Sculpture by the Sea.
Crowds flock to the coastline along Bondi to Tamarama to see the 2016 Sculpture by the Sea.

ABC: Lisa Clarke

Artists from 17 countries are showing their work at Sculpture by the Sea, one of Sydney's most loved cultural events.

It's the world's largest annual free outdoor sculpture exhibition, stretching 2km along the coastal walk.

The best way to get to the event is by public transport, as there are expected delays on roads between Bondi Junction, Bronte and North Bondi, including parking restrictions, road closures, and event clearway zones.

Visitors can get to Bondi or Tamarama by catching a train or bus to Bondi Junction, then catching a shuttle bus service from the Bus Interchange at Bondi Junction running to the beach.

Mee-Sun Kim Park
Mee-Sun Kim Park's installation Being: Now Here No Where, at the 2016 Sculpture by the Sea.

ABC: Lisa Clarke

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