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McClelland Sculpture Park And Gallery

McClelland Sculpture Park is the perfect family-friendly & dog-friendly park for a relaxing walk with your kids and to enjoy quirky outdoor sculptures
McClelland Sculpture Park And Gallery


  • 45 minutes from Melbourne (Mornington Peninsula)

  • Discover over 100 sculptures by famous Australian sculptures

  • An affordable attraction to bring the kids to let off steam

  • Dogs are allowed on-leash at the park grounds

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Welcome to the McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery. Bring your kids and family to enjoy this wonderful and accessible Melbourne park suitable for the whole family! 

McClelland Sculpture Park in Langwarrin VIC is the perfect place to take a relaxing stroll with your kids and admire some awe-inspiring art. The park is a beautiful natural environment with a picturesque lake, Australian trees, and a rustic track – combined with fascinating sculptures around every bend! 

The Park and Gallery are located in Langwarrin 45 minutes from Melbourne, at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula (near Frankston). And don't forget to take your furry friend with you as it's a dog-friendly park (on-leash only)!

With more than 100 massive sculptures by famous Australian sculptors scattered through the bush, you're sure to find something that catches your eye. If you're looking for a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, this park is definitely worth checking out. 

There is an entry fee of $6, which you can book in advance. Plenty of parking, and a nice tranquil area. Upon entry, you are given a map that will help you discover the sculptures on-site. The outdoor sculptures are interesting and quirky, making it a great affordable attraction to bring the kids to let off steam. 

Bring your picnic blanket to enjoy your picnic by the beautiful lake and stare out at the ducks playing in the water or the different sculptures that surround you. Alternatively, visit the café that provides great lunch and coffee options. There’s also a gift shop available on-site, which only enhances your experience.

McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery is Australia’s first family founded public gallery dedicated to art and sculpture. This Sculpture Park is more than just an exhibition of contemporary art. It's a place for creators to develop their professional practice and for visitors to explore new forms of spatial practice. With opportunities for emerging and established artists, as well as students, McClelland Sculpture Park is the perfect place to discover and immerse into contemporary art and sculpture.

McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery hours:

  • Wednesday to Sunday 10am – 5pm    
  • Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and on Christmas 25th December and Boxing Day 26th December.

McClelland Sculpture Park Cafe hours:

  • Wednesday to Sunday 10am – 4:00pm

McClelland Sculpture Park entry fee:

  • Adults: $6
  • Kids: free under 18 years

McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery events 2022:

McClelland Sculpture Park is the perfect place to experience art and nature in a whole new way. Get ready for immersive and sculptural light installations, spotlit nature encounters, interactive art workshops, and warming food and drinks. Bring your family and friends of all ages.

On Saturday 26 March 2022, 4pm – 10pm, come celebrate 50 years of McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery with a special after-dark family event. 


  • Adults: $15
  • Kids: free under 18 years
  • Book your tickets here:

Experience the magic of McClelland by Moonlight in a night of adventure, mystery, and wonderment for all. This is an experience your whole family will love, no matter what age they are!


  • Car park
  • Cafe
  • Bushwalk
  • Benches
  • Gallery
  • Lake
  • Public toilet (inside the Gallery)
  • Drinking stations (outside at the front and back entrances)
  • Picnic area
  • Dog-friendly park
  • Bikes, scooters or skateboards are not allowed in the park
  • Parents room
  • Infant change room
  • Non-smoking area
  • Shop


  • The bushwalk at McClelland Sculpture Park is not wheelchair accessible.
  • The Gallery is wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet.
  • A wheelchair is available for use upon request. 

What to visit in Mornington Peninsula with kids:

If you need ideas on what to visit in Mornington Peninsula with kids, check out our detailed guide and where to go on the Mornington Peninsula that the whole family will love!





Free entry for kids under 18 years. Free entry if you visit their cafe

Age Groups

Preschool (3-5)
Primary school (6-8)
Middle school (9-11)
Young teens (12-14)
Teens (15-17)
Students (18+)

Special Needs

Hearing loss
Vision impairment
Physical disability

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