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Sculptures by the sea in Sydney

The coastline of Sydney in Australia has been transformed for the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
A stretch of beaches and parks on the coastline of Sydney in Australia, has been transformed for the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
Sculpture on beach
This creation is called "Overconsumption" and is made out of 185,000 cable ties and 80,000 plastic bottle tops.
Sculpture on beach
A dog runs past this sculpture which is titled "Which way forward?"
Dog running past sculpture
Artists from 16 countries have taken part in the exhibition, which is now in its 18th year. Here, on Bondi Beach, people look at the sculpture called "Big Man".
Sculpture on beach
A girl is playing on the handle of a 24 metre giant frying pan called "we're fryin out here"
Sculpture on beach
It's not everyday surfers come across a rhino on the beach.
Sculpture on beach
More than 100 sculptures can be found between Bondi Beach and Tamarama Beach, including this huge floating sea turtle.
Floating sea turtle
This breaching whale sculpture by artist Michael Greve is poking out of the grass, overlooking the beach.
Breaching whale sculpture