Ceramic Break is a sculpture park located on a
pastoral property in northern New South Wales, 15 km from the town of Warialda on
the Bingara Road or 25 km from the town of Bingara on the Warialda Road.
This area of NSW and southern Queensland is known as the borderline
region. Ceramic Break is about 150
km directly south of Texas, QLD. The
name Ceramic Break refers to a place in the sculpture park where people are
encouraged to bring a ceramic and break it, as a way of participating in creating
an art work.
02 6729 4147
Thursday to Sunday, 10 am - 5pm, from March 1st until Mid December or by appointment.
From mid December, January and February. Please phone ahead for appointment
Ceramic Break Sculpture Park maybe closed if it is too wet.
$5 Adults $1 young Adults under 15
Ceramic Break Sculpture Park
Longitude 29 degrees 38 minutes 48.9 seconds
Latitude 150 degrees 32 minutes 27.2 seconds
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Sculpture Park is about an hour drive from Moree and Inverell, or two hours from
Armidale or Tamworth. It is a
convenient 7 hour drive from Sydney, 5 ½ hours from Brisbane. or 14 from
Melbourne. The nearest airport is
Moree with a daily service from Sydney. There
is also a “countrylink” train from Sydney Central to Tamworth and onto
Moree. Or a bus meets the train in
Tamworth and goes directly to Bingara or Warialda. Countrylink, with the bus connection, takes 9 hours from Sydney
to Warialda. Car rental facilities
are available in Tamworth and Moree. There are many motels
in Moree, some close to the famous hot springs. Bingara and Warialda both have a campground, a motel and pub