A number of walks through the city have been professionally curated to take in Sydney's public art. Allocate 1 to 2 hours for each walk to allow time to take in the art works and appreciate our beautiful city.
Walk on Water
This walk is a guide to Sydney's water features and was developed in conjunction with the historical exhibition Water, Water Every Where. Thirty different water features are identified on the map along with photographs and historical information.Download 'Walk on Water' Walking Tour Brochure | PDF 267Kb
City of Sydney Sculpture Walk
City Art Summer Walking Tour
Historical Walking ToursFor more walks around the City of Sydney, visit our Historical Walking Tour website
The City Art Google map can highlight the public artworks of significance to Indigenous Australians. Print that map and guide yourself around the City to discover more about this unique culture. Visit the Waterloo Library to see their extensive Koori Collection.
The City's annual Laneway Art program is a great way to explore the City. Running from September to the end of January it includes the some of the most interesting artists working in Australia today. You can view a walking guide of the recent programme here. For more information visit the Laneway Art page here
Folly for Mrs Macquarie Fiona Hall 1999 Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens
To increase understanding and enjoyment of the City's public art, educational resources have been developed to add a further dimension to the City's collection and create a lasting legacy.
The documents made available below seek to enhance the experience of the City's collection through fun and informative programs targeting children and young adults.
For more information about these kits, please contact: