Sculpture on Clyde (Bhundoo) acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land surrounding Batemans Bay, the Yuin people of the Walbunja clan, and pay respect to elders past, present and future.
A new sculpture festival is born.
The Batemans Bay Tourism and Business Chamber proudly presents Sculpture on Clyde. Featuring famous and local sculptors creations on the banks of the iconic Clyde River.
Rich in history, the expansive waterway at the mouth of the Clyde River was named by Lieutenant James Cook on his voyage of discovery along this coast in 1770.
However it wasn’t until well into the 19th century that the township of Batemans Bay appeared. The Bay is now renowned for its fabulous estuary location, hospitality and charm, and unspoiled natural environment. Sculpture on Clyde takes advantage of the magnificent views across the Clyde estuary, ocean and to the mountains in the west.