Lawson Park Sculpture Walk

1.5km return 1hr • Grade 1

Take a stroll along the banks of the Cudgegong River in Lawson Park West, starting at Mudgee Arts Precinct and enjoy works provided by Sculptures in the Garden acquisitions & Mid-Western Regional Council’s public art collection.

View a range of sculptures created using a variety of materials and techniques that enhance the aesthetic appeal of the park with its picturesque backdrop of riverbank.

The Lawson Park Sculpture Walk is a community initiative that began in 2013 thanks to Sculptures in the Garden (SIG). SIG is a not-for-profit sculpture event held annually at Rosby Wines & Gallery with sculptures from this quality event donated to the community and adding to the Mudgee Region’s growing public art collection.

This outdoor sculpture walk includes winning acquisition prizes from Sculptures in the Garden that are funded in partnership with Mid-Western Regional Council. Other donors include Friends of SIG and Moolarben Coal, as well as various private donors. The walk also includes a couple of acquisitions by Mid-Western Regional Council from the Rylstone Wood Symposium.

Click here to follow the Lawson Park Sculpture Walk map, including individual artwork information.