Hills Sculpture Trail


The Hills Sculpture Trail features 26 contemporary stone sculptures made by sculptors who travelled to the Adelaide Hills from around the world for the Adelaide Hills Sculpture Symposium events in 2012, 2014 and 2016.

They carved their dreams in stone as they ground, chipped, chiselled and polished under the gum trees at The Cedars in Hahndorf – the property of Sir Hans Heysen.

Most of the sculptures are dotted around the beautiful landscape of the Adelaide Hills, with some in the neighbouring region of the Fleurieu Peninsula – linking towns and regions, art and people, nature and beauty.

In the Adelaide Hills sculptures can be found in the following townships – Mount Barker (8), Stirling (3), Hahndorf (2), Macclesfield, Balhannah, Lobethal, Meadows, Littlehampton, Mount Torrens, Nairne, Woodside and Bridgewater.

On the Fleurieu Peninsula sculptures can be found in Langhorne Creek, Mount Compass, Milang and Strathalbyn.

All sculptures are located on public land and are easy to access.

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