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Telling the story of our pioneers in a most unusual way, through sculpture. A visual reminder of... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Hervey Bay, Australia
Iron Horse Highway

totally absorbing and fun to keep an eye out for all of the unusual structures. Just loved the 2... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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“wave rock”(12 reviews)
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Marshall Street, Hyden, Western Australia, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday

Telling the story of our pioneers in a most unusual way, through sculpture. A visual reminder of how difficult life as a pioneer was.

Thank Krisherron
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

totally absorbing and fun to keep an eye out for all of the unusual structures. Just loved the 2 "horse" footballers tackling, and as for the horse on the water slide, hilarous. This is on our bucket list to revisit

Thank Lois W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Downtown Hyden this wide array of some very clever scrap metal sculptures tell some wonderful local stories. Very well thought out with a local twist.

Thank Mark K
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

Tin sculptures in the Main Street, each with info plaques introducing you to the story of the pioneers of the region. Great photo opportunity

Thank BelWDuns
Reviewed 28 June 2018

We drove along the tin horse highway to view the display of artworks from iron scraps. Some masterpieces were so funny and provided a sense of humors. Some were group works from students who input their creativity and inspirations.

Thank sfadatso07
Reviewed 25 June 2018

a bit of fun to look at and creates an interesting sight along the highway, a bit of humour to add to your visit.

Thank SueO1128
Reviewed 23 May 2018

Stopover here right in the centre of Hyden. Interesting sculptures made from all sorts of scrap. Narrative at each sculpture.

Thank atholmes
Reviewed 19 May 2018

The person who designed this work is to be congratulated. It was well worth taking 30 minutes to walk up and down the displays, first walk we seemed to miss little oddities.

Thank SkiGrowingOld
Reviewed 5 May 2018

This is quite unique. They made people, cars, bikes and way more with metal and wood. It is huge. There are numerous sculptures for anyone to enjoy! There are also lots of historical info panels concerning Hyden. I liked that. It helped me to understand...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 1 May 2018

Driving through Hyden to get to Wave Rock and came across this set of fascinating sculptures made of tin and metal - so clever and funny that we had to come back later just to get a photos and sat and had our picnic here....More

Thank annettelaurie
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