EastLink Art

EastLink's public artworks

EastLink’s significant investment in public sculpture has transformed the roadway into Australia’s largest sculpture park.

The four major artworks displayed beside the road were commissioned from respected Australian artists Callum Morton, Emily Floyd, James Angus and Simeon Nelson.

A further eight sculptures - all by recognised artists - are distributed along the EastLink Trail.

pdfEastLink Sculpture Park Booklet

EastLink's support for the arts

EastLink is the Principal Theatre Partner of Frankston Arts Centre, which is located a few minutes’ drive from the southern end of EastLink.

Frankston Arts Centre brings live performance to the region, with an impressive 800-seat main theatre, 194-seat Cube 37 performance space, and 500-seat function centre. Frankston City Library is also located within the arts precinct.

EastLink is also a sponsor of 2019 Ringwood Spiegeltent, which is located a few minutes' drive from the northern end of EastLink.

Situated in the heart of Ringwood city between Ringwood Station and the Eastland Town Square, the 2019 Ringwood Spiegeltent will be a carnival spectacular not to be missed.


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