All things big...all things small. Made from wood, stone, steel and more!
Come and immerse yourself in the amazing large scale sculptures nestled into the coastal landscape in the "giant's garden".
view a range of Hardwood furniture and timber craft all crafted by master craftsman Brendan Booth.Order a custom piece of furniture for your home or find that super wedding present for a friend
Log on to Youtube.com.
.search Brendan Booth carving of a silverback "
or log on to Google Earth and search 19 Grosse road Hamelin Bay....zoom in and you wont believe your eyes!!!
Theres a treasure hunt through the sculptures for kids and big kids alike, Its a great way for the kids to enjoy the space with mum and dad .and interact with the art , a challenge with everyone sure to be finding some shipwrecked treasure tokens to redeem for treats at the shop..( theres clues on google earth...hint hint) so you can start before you arrive
More informationA truly unique experience, the Margaret River Sculpture Park offers 10 acres of giant sculptures carved from wood, stone and more.
Visit the quirky characters of your childhood across 30 sculpture pieces including Homer Simpson, Zoot from the Muppets, a giant dhufish. Local 'chainsaw' artist Brendan Booth has drawn from 25 years of life in the south west and has formed a landscape that changes each day with the coastal wildflowers and colours of each season, mixing with the wood, stone and limestone rubble pieces.
order a custom dining table or recycled jarrah mirror from master craftsman Brendan Booth.with 25 years of creating amazing furniture and pieces for homes and collections, hes the man to see in the southwest
$5 pensioners & children under 12
$25 for family of four.
Little tackers under 4 are free
Sunrise and sunset tours available with talk/tour by sculpture/craftsman Brendan Booth.
About the Artist:
Brendan Booth is a local artist based in the region for over 25 years and is passionate about the region's landscapes and natural stone and timbers. Brendan particularly likes using Western Australian hardwood including marri, jarrah and sheoak.