Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail
The Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail features 40 sculptures as you travel along the scenic loop.
With many natural attractions along the way, make sure you also stop at the renowned Gray Rock historical site, the wonder of the Horsetailer’s Gorge, the mystical Healing Circle and the glorious Lake Dunn. More sculptures are being added each year so keep your eyes out for new additions.
The Sculpture Trail is a circuit starting in Aramac but is also accessible from Jericho. You can travel the loop either way and it covers a distance of approximately 200km.
How did the sculptures get there? Ask a local and you may be told an interesting story about a sheila with a few roos loose in the top paddock. In reality, sculptures are the works of a local sculptor, Milynda Rogers, who resided on a grazing property along the trail. The result is one of the biggest, permanent, outdoor sculpture exhibitions in the world. She has combined her love of sculpture and incredible ability to turn junk into art to fulfil her wish to put a smile on the faces of the people who travel through one of the most beautiful and historical parts of Queensland.
Obtain a Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail map from one of our Visitor Information Centres or download it here.
Aramac QLD 4725