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Sculptures in the Scrub walking track

Pilliga National Park

Overview

Take a short walk around the Sculptures in the Scrub in Timmallallie National Park – award-winning sculptures that celebrate Aboriginal culture and history.

Where
Pilliga National Park
Accessibility
No disabled access
Distance
3km return
Time suggested
1hr 30min - 2hrs 30min
Grade
Grade 3
What to
bring
Hat, sunscreen, drinking water
Please note
  • It’s a good idea to check road conditions before setting out – contact Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre for up to date information.

Sculptures in the Scrub walking track, in Timallallie National Park, takes in the award-winning Sculptures in the Scrub, a project that was four years in the making.

Each sculpture is the result of an artist collaborating with local Aboriginal Elders and young people on a piece that tells a story of local Aboriginal history and culture. Take some time to look at these works - you’ll find some information about the artist’s background and the methods used to create the sculpture, along with its deeper meaning.

Sculptures in the Scrub picnic area and campground is near the walking track, which is a good place to stop if you have time, and you may even see some of the local wildlife. If you’re walking the track in spring, you’ll likely be treated to a colourful and vibrant display of wildflowers.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Park info

  • in Pilliga National Park in the Country NSW region
  • Pilliga Forest is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

    • Pilliga Forest Discovery Centre
      (02) 6843 4011
      (02) 6843 1370 After hours emergency
      Contact hours: Open daily, 9am-4pm. (Closed Christmas Day)
    • 50-58 Wellington St, Baradine NSW
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Sculptures in the Scrub, Pilliga National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary