Self Guided Sculpture Park Experience

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Highlights & inclusions

Stunning landscape
Entertaining interactive sculptures
Dramatic quarry setting
Friendly atmosphere
Unique kiwi experience
Self-guided tour
From
$18.40AUD
or 4 payments of $4.60 with more info

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Tue, Jul 23, 2024

What you can expect

Entrance to the sculpture park while you peruse our engaging display of painstakingly produced sculptures, ranging from little wonders to gigantic creations.

With this self-guided tour, you can enjoy every moment at your own speed as you wander along the meandering route that beautifully spans the property.

The grounds encourage picnics, and picnic tables have been deliberately placed throughout to encourage you to enjoy a quiet getaway.

Location

What you need to know

Inclusions
  • Tea and coffee in the indoor gallery
Highlights
  • stunning landscape
  • entertaining interactive sculptures
  • dramatic quarry setting
  • friendly atmosphere
  • a unique kiwi experience
  • captivating sculptures
Time
  • Open 10am-5pm 7 days from 1st September 31st May
  • June/July/August open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5pm
Duration
  • This experience takes 30 minutes
Location
  • 707 Ram Paddock Road, Amberley Central South Island, New Zealand
What To Bring
  • Wear relaxed and casual clothes
  • Choose comfy shoes that you can walk in
  • Cap to shield yourself from the sun
Cancellation Policy
  • Once the tour has commenced, no refund is made
  • At least 60 days prior to the tour departure date, 90% of the tour price is refundable
  • 30-59 days prior to the tour departure date, 80% of the tour price is refundable
  • 10-29 days prior to the tour departure date, 50% of the tour price is refundable
  • Less than 10 days prior to the tour departure date, no refund is made

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Our Promise

  • We are committed to sustainability
  • We have an approved Science Based Target
  • We use third party verified standards
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