The rainforest floor beneath the Blue Mountains’ iconic Scenic World railway has been transformed into an outdoor art gallery for the annual Sculpture at Scenic World show.

From now until May 13 you can uncover the whimsical work of 38 artists, woven throughout the Jurassic rainforest.

It’s an inland version of Sculpture by the Sea, and just as cool.

Some artworks blend right into the beautiful environment while other bold, colourful pieces stand out against it.

This year has some super cool (and very Instagram worthy) works of art. Here are some worth making the trip for.

1 Choking Hazard by Rochelle Quantock


2 Regrowth by Jackie Murphy


3 Shaft by Jane Gillings


The outdoor gallery can only be reached by cable car where it can be explored during a two kilometre walk.

In a first for the exhibition, there is a free public program with kids workshops, daily guided tours and Sculpture Otherwise – an indoor exhibition of smaller works at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.

Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition Curator Justin Morrissey said the exhibition ticked all the right boxes for a weekend getaway.

“From world class sculptures, incredible landscapes, and a free public program that takes in the best of the Blue Mountains, Sculpture at Scenic World has something for everyone – complete with access to the world’s steepest railway.”

Sculpture at Scenic World Exhibition Curator Justin Morrissey.

Sculpture at Scenic World tickets include all day access to the exhibition, along with the Scenic Railway, Cableway, Skyway, Sculpture Otherwise and all public programs. (16)

Visit as many times as you want during the exhibition with a Sculpture at Scenic World Season Pass for $69. See more HERE.

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