Sand sculptures have become synonymous with the Frankston foreshore over the last few years and they're back again in all their spectacular, life-size glory over the Easter long weekend with this year's theme being Lands of Imagination. These magnificent artworks are truly something to behold. Created by some of the world's most accomplished sculptors, the size, attention to detail and creativity is simply jaw dropping.
Over the Easter weekend kids will love hunting for Easter eggs as they make their way through the exhibit. And every participant receives a bag of chocolate eggs as a reward at the end.
On display since December 2016, visitors can enjoy additional entertainment on offer at the Sand Sculpting over the Easter long weekend including face painting, art and craft activities, sand sculpting workshops, sand art and bottles, sandsational play pit and more. There is even an undercover café where you can enjoy some light refreshment after all that fun.
The Sand Sculpting exhibit will be open from 10am to 6pm from Friday 14th April to Monday 17th April 2017 and entry is $14 for adults, $11 concession, kids aged 3 to 15 years $9 and under 3 are free. Pre-book 15 people or more for a discounted rate.
The Sand Sculpting can be found on the Frankston foreshore Reserve, 510 Nepean Highway, Frankston. The exhibit runs until Tuesday 25th April, 10am to 4pm weekdays, weekends and public holidays, so there is still plenty of time to pop down for a look.