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This event offers the public a unique opportunity to experience the very best of current art practice in New Zealand in a unique, historic farm setting in Charteris Bay.
Cafe-style food and truck vendors onsite, although visitors are welcome to bring a picnic and enjoy the environment, entertainment and art on offer.
All art on display is for sale.
Proceeds from the event are gifted to Cholmondeley Children's Centre. To date, more than $750,000 has been contributed since the first event held in 2000.
After 20 years of organising the event, the volunteer committee members have decided to call it quits so this is the last opportunity to attend this iconic event.
Don't miss what promises to be the best ever Sculpture on the Peninsula event featuring 130 works from more than 70 talented artists.
Sorry, the venue is not suitable for dogs.