Griffith Spring Fest: Citrus Sculptures
Griffith comes alive with an amazing display of more than 70, larger than life, three dimensional Citrus Sculptures creating a spectacular gateway to the city and are on display for two weeks. The Sculptures are wacky and creative and include a grand piano, a giant guitar, a chook, talking robot and a Cinderella inspired carriage with horses. The Sculptures are unique to Australia, and are based on the famous lemon sculptures of Menton, France. They are created using 100,000 oranges by an army of 700 volunteers including schools, service clubs, community groups and multi-national companies - it is a fabulous community event.
Free to visit and lit at night to extend viewing, the Sculptures are the hero event of the Griffith Spring Fest.
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