What to bring?
McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery is set amongst 16 hectares of land which includes a number of bush settings. We recommend closed in shoes for comfort and protection. McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery is primarily an outdoor environment, so be prepared for various weather conditions.
We recommend bringing:
- In warmer weather – hat, sunscreen and protective clothing
- In colder, rainy or windy weather – waterproof jacket and warmer layers of clothing, shoes/rubber boots, umbrella, poncho
- A refillable water bottle as opposed to a disposable one, is a great way to keep hydrated while you walk around the park and reduce your impact on the environment.
- Waste free lunches
There are limited bins available at McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery. We ask that you take your rubbish and recycling home with you. Better still take on a waste free lunch challenge and see how little rubbish you can take home!
Food and drinks are also available onsite – cafe.
- Insect repellent. At certain times of the year mosquitoes and flies become annoying and repellent may help to deter such critters.
McClelland welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its programs and services accessible to everyone.
Ramp access to the gallery, café and toilets. No wheelchair access available to the McClelland room. Access to the McClelland Room is by two steps.
In the sculpture park there are loose gravel paths with some steep gradients.
A fully accessible toilet and change room are located opposite the shop inside the gallery.
Wheel chair available for use.
A push type wheelchair is available for free. Please book to ensure availability.
Buggy available for tours with a guide on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11am and 2pm. Booking essential. The buggy does not have seat belts, users must be able to support themselves in buggy on sometimes rough surfaces.
Drop off point. You are welcome to drive close to the gallery entrance to drop off passengers before parking in the car park. There is no designated disabled parking in the car park.
LED lighting in the bathrooms, and in café. Flourescent lighting at reception. Tungsten and halogen lighting is used in the gallery spaces.
Wheel Chair emergency exit
Main entrance is the most appropriate exit.
Exiting through the café – door is 850mm wide. Exits to decking then off decking via 150 mm drop lip onto grass
French gallery exit has a step and loose gravel making it inappropriate for wheelchair emergency exit.
There is no signage or information for people with low vision. There are no tactile markers at the gallery.
Assistance and guide dogs are welcome. A water bowl is available.
McClelland welcomes comments and suggestions about how we might continue to improve our programs for visitors with disabilities.
Visiting with children
McClelland Sculpture Park+ Gallery provides fun for the whole family. There is open space to run free, paths to roam, and sculptures set in a native bushland setting to find around every corner. We have regular workshops and holidays programs for children and family events during the year.