Between October 18 and November 4, the exhibition, in its 22nd year, will once again transform the two-kilometre coastal walk between Bondi and Tamarama into a sculpture park.
On display are 100 sculptures by Australian artists, as well as artists from across the world.
This year, Google have three art installations in the exhibit offering new ways to engage with elevated lookouts along the route in Marks Park, Mackenzies Bay and Tamarama Beach, the perfect place to get a selfie... or three!
The installations will be available until November 5th, where you can also try out the new Google Pixel 3 before it launches.
There will also be free 40-minute photo tours running every 15-minutes on Saturdays and Sundays between 9am-5pm. You can find out more about the art exhibits on display, and get some tips on how to take the perfect photo. These tours start from the Pixel 3 lookout in Marks Park.
Principal Sponsor, Aqualand, will give a $60,000 Aqualand Sculpture Award to an exhibiting artist on the opening day of the exhibition – the winner’s sculpture will be given a permanent spot in Sydney.