Mutonia Sculpture Park, Australia
Robert Dettman
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Australia Mutonia Sculpture Park

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Travelling on the Oodnadatta Track through the flat desolate landscape there suddenly emerges on the horizon two aircraft standing on their tails. This is the primary sculpture in the Mutonia Sculpture Park, also known as Plane Henge. Also, there is a big dog and various robot figures all built from scrap materials by Robin Cooke.

Photography Tips

There is plenty of light! 1/2000, f/6.7, ISO 100, 34 mm.

Travel Information

This is a remote desert area. The Oodnadatta track is a good gravel road but may be corrugated, and after rain may be impassable. It is not recommended to travel in summer. Always prepare well and get advice on the conditions at the time of travel. https://southaustralia.com/travel-blog/flinders-ranges-and-outback-driving-safety-tips
Spot Type Outdoor
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
Best Timing Winter
Sunrise & Sunset 07:11 - 17:40 | current local time: 23:24
Photo Themes Desert Landscape Landscape sculpture

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