Retford Park Sculpture Garden Tour

The Garden at Retford Park in Bowral is one of the most spectacular public gardens in regional NSW. Along side the trees and flowers you will discover a number of significant sculptures by Australian and International artists. This tour guides you  using the map for locations and the information below.

Contemporary art by local artists in on rotating display inside the entry cottage. 

Visiting  with children? Pick up a copy of the Retford Park Garden Art Trail, drawing activity map as you enter.

Visit The National Trust NSW Retford Park website for opening information to plan your visit.

Rick Shepherd Aunty Eileen’s Best Room  2014
Steel, plants

Jan King Saranang 1999
Steel

Jan King  From the Heights of the Yangtze  1984
Corten steel

Rick Shepherd and Heidi McGeoch Muttaburrasaurus Nest  2014
Ceramic and recycled steel

Artist unknown  Japanese lantern
Stone

Artist unknown Owl  c.1875
Sandstone

Artist unknown Lions (bears) Romanesque period
Sandstone

Artist unknown Dogs c.1840
Marble

Jean Griffin Varanus Lizard c.1980
Bronze

Artist unknown Marble Urn
c.19 century

Artist unknown Fountain
Marble

Artist unknown The Reindeer c.1863
Painted cast metal, made at the Fiske Ironworks, New York

Artist unknown  Sundial  c.1887 Brass  
Commemorates the Golden Wedding of James & Lucy Fairfax in 1907

Artist unknown Shepherdess Figure c.1750
Lead

Heidi McGeoch  The Conversation  2013
Ceramic, iron oxide patina

Dog Cemetery various dates
 

David Wilson  Slow Time  1947
Steel

Francesa Bernadini Traces  2006
Travertine marble

Clement Meadmore Push Up  c.1970
Corten steel

Donald Friend Man jumping over goat
Copper

Artist unknown Mother & Child
Marble

Artist unknown  Child reading a book  c.1760
Painted cast metal

Artist unknown Bench
Marble

Inge King  Euphoric Angels  1995
Bronze

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