ConnectEast has invested $5M to create an outstanding sculpture park along EastLink. Four major artworks are prominently located on the roadside, while eight smaller artworks along the EastLink Trail are waiting for you to discover.
Find out more about EastLink artworks in this ABC radio program - In the Field On a Freeway.
All of the artworks are by prominent Australian artists. The major artworks were commissioned especially for EastLink from Callum Morton, Emily Floyd, James Angus and Simeon Nelson.
EastLink is Australia’s largest sculpture park, with more than 200,000 visitors every day!
EastLink Sculpture Park Booklet (516.5 Kb)
EastLink Artworks and Map (1.8 Mb)
EastLink Artwork Descriptions and Artists Information (2.4 Mb)
ConnectEast is the Principal Partner of Frankston Arts Centre, located just a few minutes’ drive from the southern end of EastLink. Frankston Arts Centre is one of the largest arts centres in Australia, and includes a large 900 seat theatre, Cube37 seating nearly 200, and a function and exhibition centre.
ConnectEast is an ongoing supporter of the National Boys Choir of Australia, which is based next to EastLink and tours regularly.