School Tour – Adelaide Sculpture Trail
The sculptures of Adelaide’s city centre are brought to life by Flamboyance Tours. On this 90-minute walk, learn who designed some of the city’s most iconic pieces of public art, the materials used and what inspired the artists. The process of bronzing is also revealed so students understand how many of the featured sculptures come together.
The sculptures covered are:
- 14 Pieces (by SA Museum)
- Fish for the Slate Pool Walkway, aka Fish Gates (behind AGSA)
- The Immigrants (Migration Museum)
- Venere di Canova (North Terrace)
- Dame Roma Mitchell
- Boer War
- Bronze Sculpture no. 714 (by Intercontinental Hotel)
- Roy ‘Mo McCackie’ Rene (Hindley Street)
- The Bee (Beehive Corner)
- A Day Out, aka The Pigs (Rundle Mall)
- The Slide
- Mall’s Balls
*Bookings are essential, with numbers and payment confirmed at least one week prior to the event.
*This tour has a fully accessible route.
*A group photo is taken on every tour, so please ensure students are in desired uniform and have photo permissions where necessary.
*Students will be asked for feedback at the end of the tour by filling out a quick form asking what they liked/didn’t like about the experience.
*This tour is recommended for visual arts students in years 9-11.