Phoenix Sculpture Garden

Mt Glorious

Phoenix Sculpture Garden is a contemplative paradise located 632 metres above sea level at Mt Glorious with views across to Moreton Bay and Stradbroke Island.

The sculpture collection includes over 100 alabaster, bronze, marble and onyx pieces which sit prefectly within the unique mountain landscape.

Phoenix Sculpture Garden Mt Glorious

Graham Radcliffe is the resident sculptor at Phoenix Sculpture Garden and Art Gallery. Trained in Italy, he and his wife have created a place of peace and tranquility in their rainforest oasis.

Phoenix Sculpture Garden Mt Glorious

There are magical pathways winding across the hilltop property, complete with stepping stones, wooden bridges crossing streams and a grassy lookout.

Phoenix Sculpture Garden Mt Glorious

Artworks at Phoenix Sculpture Garden are available for purchase including large and small sculptures and paintings.

Phoenix Sculpture Garden Mt Glorious

In a nutshell -Stunning sculptures dotted about peaceful rainforest gardens.

Need to know - Parking on the hilltop is limited, so it is best to park at the bottom of the driveway and walk up to the gardens.

By Lucy Hordern

Phoenix Sculpture Garden

59 Fahey Rd

Mt Glorious

Sun 10-4

Map

59 Fahey Rd Mt Glorious

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