The Bondi to Coogee walk hosts the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, since the inaugural one-day event in 1997, the free exhibition transforms the coastline into an outdoor gallery showcasing local and international artists and activities. From humble beginnings, millions of visitors have flocked to the cliff tops of Bondi and Tamarama to take in the variously playful, awe-spiring, and surreal installations which have made Sculpture by the Sea the world’s largest free outdoor event. This year's event is expected to attract over half a million visitors over three weeks. Starting at the bottom of Notts Avenue near the main strip of Bondi Campbell Parade, the exhibit follows the path of the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk all the way to Tamarama Beach with over a hundred sculptures exhibited by local and foreign artists along the Bondi to Coogee walk. The Sculpture Indoor exhibition can be found at the walk’s mid-point at Mark’s Park, with access to the cliff top main attraction available via the stairs at Hunter Park, Gaerloch Avenue, and Pacific Avenue.
Hunter Park is located at the end of Notts Avenue in Bondi, with Bondi Icebergs and the start of the Bondi to Coogee Walk to the east and Campbell Parade / Bondi Road to the west. Hunter Sculpture Park displays some sculpture year round.
From Hunter Park head south up the path towards Marks Park, this part of the walk exhibits the sculptures along the cliff face.
Marks Park is the base for the Sculpture by the sea, this is where most sculptures are on display including the Sculpture indoor exhibition. Marks Park offers spectecular views to the north and south, the Bondi to Tamarama walk runs along the park just below.
McKenzies Bay and Gaerloch Reserve where sculptures are exhibited along the Tamarama coastal walk and on top of cliffs.
Sculptures of various sizes are exhibited at the Tamarama surf club and the surrounding parklands behind the beach. Large installations are on display on the beach itself.