McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery


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Australia’s leading Sculpture Park and Gallery is set in 16 hectares of serene bushland, lakes and landscaped gardens in Langwarrin. 

Explore the outdoor sculpture collection of 100+ sculptures by Australia’s leading artists

Be inspired by the best in contemporary art through a changing program of exhibitions, events and art lectures

Enjoy a wonderful selection of food and wine from the McClelland cafe whilst overlooking the beautiful lake

Engage with ideas about the collection and exhibitions through one of our free guided tours.

Permanent Collection

When the McClelland Gallery opened in 1971, its collection consisted of 138 works of art, 71 through the bequest of The McClelland Estate with the remaining works gifted by artists and collectors. McClelland’s collection now consists of over 2,200 works of art encompassing historical, modern and contemporary sculpture, paintings, photography, works on paper and decorative arts dating from the 19th Century to present day.

McClelland is renowned for its outdoor collection showcasing over 100 works by prominent Australian sculptors, including Rick Amor, Peter Corlett, Inge King, Clement Meadmore, Robert Owen,  Lenton Parr,  Anthony Pryor, Norma Redpath, Lisa Roet, Andrew Rogers and Ken Unsworth.

Online collection
getting to the gallery

By Public Transport
Visitors can catch the Frankston metro train. 
By TaxiA taxi rank is located at Frankston Station, prices range from $13.00 - $15.00 to McClelland (approximately a 10 minute drive).

By Bus
Bus routes 789, 790, 791 leave from Frankston Station and stop at the corner of McClelland Drive and Cranbourne/Frankston Rd. From there it is a 15 minute walk north along McClelland Drive to McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery.

By Car
McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery is a 40 minute drive from Melbourne's CBD along the Eastlink and Peninsula Link Freeways. Drivers can turn off at either the Skye Road or Cranbourne-Frankston exits to get to 390 McClelland Drive.

FREE parking is available on-site. Melway Reference: 103 E3


McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery is wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet and infant change room.

cafe & gallery shop

Wednesday - Sunday: 10am – 4.30pm
T: 9789 1671
The McClelland Gallery Café overlooks lawns, lake and the native bush land setting, and is surrounded by remarkable modern Australian sculptures. The Café complements the experience of the outstanding exhibitions and Sculpture Park.

For further information about the Café and Events at McClelland, please click here.

Gallery Shop
The McClelland shop stocks a fine selection of art and design books, cards, funky accessories, hand crafted jewellery and glass and ceramics by Australian artists and designers. At the McClelland shop we offer a unique shopping experience, with pieces individually sourced from destinations abroad and closer to home.

Image: Foreground, Lenton PARR, Toliman 1980.

McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery 
390 McClelland Drive 
Langwarrin VIC 3910
T: 03 9789 1671
W: mcclellandgallery.com

Opening Hours
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am – 5pm
Closed Mondays, Good Friday and Christmas Day. Open every other public holiday.

Entry to McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery is by donation, except for specialised programs.

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The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our office is located, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Victoria and Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples enduring traditions and continuing creative cultures. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.