Stroll Sydney's spectacular Sculpture by the Sea
SYDNEY'S Bondi to Tamarama foreshore is the centre of artistic energy and inspiration with another eclectic collection of art on display as part of the Sculpture by the Sea.
Organisers estimate 500,000 people will head to the annual, free display which runs from today through to November 5.
Across the 2km beachfront, 100 sculptures from South Korea, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Japan and Australia artists will amuse, confound and stimulate conversation.
The heavy rain tomorrow will slow down the number of visitors, but the Bureau of Meteorology predicts from the weekend onwards the conditions for strolling the shore pathway and viewing the installations will be just right.
Take a sneak peek here of just some of the 100 works.