The Steppes Sculptures – Steppes, Australia - Atlas Obscura

The Steppes Sculptures

Steppes, Australia

These bronze sculptures can be found in an isolated patch of bush in Tasmania’s highlands. 

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The Steppes Sculptures are a series of 14 bronze sculptures on a circle of large stones in the middle of a forest. The sculptures were created by Stephen Walker. Each piece represents something from the area, either natural or of historical significance.

Nearby is the historic Steppes Homestead, with public toilets, BBQ facilities, and visitor information.

Know Before You Go

Off the Lake Highway a little over 20 miles north of Bothwell, drive up a short track to a small gravel parking area. The sculptures are just a short walk through the bush.

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