Open 7 days 9am to 5pm. Last admissions 4pm (closed Christmas Day and Anzac Morning).
EXHIBITION ON SHOW UNTIL END OF OCTOBER 2018.
Please note: During the month of November the change over of the exhibition pieces take place. This will impact viewing.
Exhibition 2018, the tenth exhibition at Kaipara Coast Sculpture Gardens features sculpture in wood, metal, stone, glass, fibre, ceramic, and installation works that have been selected and developed for each context to make mini-galleries within the valley.
Works are revealed as the path twists and turns, revealing vistas from vantage points where picnic spots and seating invite visitors to rest and contemplate the art and gardens.
The Sculpture Trail at Kaipara Coast Sculpture Gardens is an easy 1km walk on gravel paths which are accessible for mountain buggies but not wheelchairs or walking frames. Allow 1 to 1 1/2 hours to enjoy the walk fully and take in all the sculptures. Don's Conservation Track is a new addition to the trail and has been carved using traditional tools of a shovel, wheelbarrow and rake by David and his father Don Bayly. This track takes you on a winding journey through native forest, along streams and waterfalls and focuses on a conservation message. The track takes around 30mins to walk, with a reasonable level of fitness recommended and is not suitable for pushchairs. The Trail is open daily from 9am to 5pm with last entry at 4pm. There are many seats along the path to allow for resting and contemplating the views and sculptures.The sculptors have spent many hours of "Blood, sweat and tears" to createthese sculptures, please respect the art by not touching or climbing.
While all care has been taken to ensure your safety, you enter the premises at your own risk and Kaipara Coast Sculpture Gardens accept no liability for injury to yourself or the loss or damage to your property.
You also accept that you will pay for any damage incurred by you or members of your party to the sculptures and by entering you agree to these conditions.