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Ceramic Break Sculpture Park

Bronze sculptor Kerry Cannon had a dream to bring ‘Art to the Bush’ and the result...Ceramic Break Sculpture Park, located on the Fossickers Way just north of Bingara.


The park was "unofficially" opened in 2003.  Presently there are fifteen sculptures, but more are planned.  There is plenty to see and do and it is a lovely place to relax and enjoy the scenery of rural NSW.  Get plenty of exercise hiking around whilst enjoying the beautiful environment and artwork.

The Park presently consists of  three separate galleries, a gift shop and three bush walks including the scenic sculpture walk. The largest of the galleries contains a mezzanine art library where you can sit and relax while you flip through the extensive collection of art books.  


 The Allosaur
Undoubtedly the highlight of the Park, this predator from the late Jurassic period with foul breath and attitude to match, is situated in Gallery 1. 
The kids will love it!


Ceramic Break sculptor wins international award (4-Oct-13)
AWARD-winning sculptor Kerry Cannon, of Ceramic Break Sculptor Park in northern NSW, has returned home from Italy with a prestigious award for his bronze work.
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Phone: 02 6729 4147

Open: Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun
10 am - 5pm
From March 1st until December 1st
or by Appointment

Closed: December, January and February. Please phone ahead for appointment
Ceramic Break Sculpture Park maybe closed if it is too wet.

For further information visit:


  Bingara Tourist Info Centre
1300 659 919
Bingara Website Manager
Ph: 02 6723 6645
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