The Western Sydney University Sculpture Award and Exhibition takes place on WSU’s Campbelltown campus, among the luscious lawns and scenic ponds on the corner of William Downes Avenue and David Pilgrim Avenue.

Getting There

Getting to the campus is simple. If you’re driving, look for the Western Sydney University turn-offs on Narellan Road or Gilchrist Drive, and park in P6 with a $7.00 ticket. Or you can catch the train to Macarthur station, and enjoy a 10 minute walk from the station, possibly stopping for a coffee at one of our on-campus café’s along the way.

Please Note: Free Parking in all carparks on Campbelltown Campus on Saturday and Sunday during the exhibition.

For more information on getting to the venue, please see Campbelltown campus.

Nature’s Balance by Ron Gomboc (finalist in 2008 WSU Sculpture Award and Exhibition)

Opening Hours

The campus is open 24/7, but we recommend visiting during daylight hours. The information tent will be attended between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on weekends, and intermittently on weekdays.

Coronavirus Safety: Please do not come to this campus if you are unwell, have been in close contact with a positive case, or have been tested and/or been instructed to self-isolate. Visitors are required to use the QR code for this exhibition when they arrive on campus, which is located at the information tent.


Accessible parking is available in P6 and P4.

The sculpture lawns have even, smooth foot paths and gentle slopes for the most part; however, some sculptures are further from the foot paths, and you may need to traverse soft grass or tree litter and roots to get up close them.