Waterfront Whale Tales
All along Barangaroo, Cockle Bay, King Street Wharf, Darling Quarter, ICC Sydney, Powerhouse Museum, Australian National Maritime Museum, The Star and the Sydney Fish Market.
A connected trail of Whale Tail sculptures across Sydney’s Western Waterfront.
Catch this spectacular outdoor exhibition of 30 two-metre-high whale tail sculptures along Sydney’s Western Harbour between 11 August 11 and 24 September.
Presented as a 6km harbourside trail, the sculptures will be individually created by a diverse collective of artists, including Archibald prize winner Blak Douglas, illustrator and animator Chris Yee, and artist, author and illustrator, Sha'an d'Anthes aka Furry Little Peach.
The trail, which can be completed in one go, as mini-trails across several sub-precincts or via multiple
visits over the six-week period, is fully accessible for all ages and abilities and is wheelchair and pram
It links Barangaroo to Cockle Bay, past Crown Sydney, King Street Wharf, Darling Quarter,
ICC Sydney around to the Powerhouse Museum, the Australian National Maritime Museum, The Star
and the Sydney Fish Market.
DOWNLOAD THE APP FOR REWARDS
As well as enjoying the spectacular free artworks and locations, you'll be able to access tales of the waterfront, past, present, and future via a dedicated app. By entering the code on each tail into the app, you can also unlock rewards from local businesses including free offers, discounts and prizes, with a major prize also up for grabs for completing all 30 tails.