The McClelland Sculpture Park showcases over 100 permanent outdoor sculptures located within the diverse settings of ti-tree forests, bracken paths, heathlands, landscaped gardens and lakes. Set in 16 hectares at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula, 4kms east of Frankston and only 45 minutes from Melbourne, McClelland is the Home of Australian Sculpture.
The recently established Elisabeth Murdoch Walk navigates through the park and connects the sculptures in the permanent outdoor collection. The development of this pathway continues through the generosity of donors who are acknowledged along the length of the walk.
Find out more about our collection by joining one of our guided tours or by reading our outdoor collection highlights here.
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Use of park is by donation. Please show your appreciation at reception and enable us to maintain McClelland’s grounds and collection.