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20° & CLOUDY ON FRIDAY 19 APRIL IN SYDNEY
By Ellie Grounds
February 28, 2019
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Sculpture at Scenic World 2019

An outdoor exhibition in an ancient rainforest.
By Ellie Grounds
February 28, 2019
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For a month in autumn, Scenic World in the Blue Mountains transforms its stunning rainforest surrounds into a spectacular outdoor gallery. Over 30 artworks from local, national and international artists will adorn the green floors and walls of the ancient rainforest.

As you meander along the 2.4-kilometre Scenic Walkway, you'll see interactive installations and subtle artworks that blend seamlessly into the environment. Look out for Corrie Furner's This Is Not a Still Life glowing neon amongst the ferns, and peer through a large orange screen to view the mountains through the perspective of artists Elin and Keino.

Get the adrenalin pumping by taking the world's steepest passenger train, the Scenic Railway, to the walkway. And, if you want even more excitement, head to the glass-bottomed Scenic Skyway — an invigorating ride on the 270-metre high cablecar that takes in some of the mountains' most spectacular vistas, including the Jamison Valley and Katoomba Falls.

To complete your journey (of literal highs and lows) make a visit to Sculpture Otherwise, an exhibition of smaller sculptures held at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.

Corrie Furner: This Is Not a Still Life

Wendy Teakel: Cycle

Elin and Keino: Blue Blue Mountains

Updated: April 12, 2019.

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