The Hills Sculpture Trail in South Australia is an interesting treasure hunt as you wind your way through the Adelaide Hills and the Fleurieu Peninsula. The sculptures were all created by master sculptors from Australia and around the world during sculpture symposiums held in 2012, 2014 and 2016 at The Cedars in Hahndorf, the home, studio and grounds of artist Hans Heysen.
A while ago I wrote about the Hills Sculpture Trail where you can travel to various locations in the hills and into the Fleurieu Peninsula region to discover world class sculptures. A map and brochure on where to find the sculptures can be picked up at tourist outlets, councils and libraries in the Adelaide Hills. To whet your appetite here are a few more to look for.
Take a drive through the Adelaide Hills region in South Australia, and you will soon notice sculptures of all shapes, sizes and styles popping up in public places. These eye catching works of art in chiselled stone have been crafted by master sculptors over the past few years during International Sculpture Symposiums held at The Cedars (once the home of Sir Hans Heysen, Australian landscape artist) near Hahndorf in the hills. The pieces were all created by the artists over the few weeks of the symposiums held in 2012, 2014 and 2016.