Mosaic Pathway (WASS)

Parks and Gardens

The Mosaic Pathway was created by members of Working Art Space Sheffield (WASS) and features mosaics of Tasmanian flora and fauna. The pathway starts at the car park in the centre of town and crosses historic King George V Park.

It also features the names of the 318 Sheffield Pioneers still buried in the park engraved in bricks along the pathway. The Working Art Space workshop sits at the end of this pathway on Albert Street.

Brochures describing the pathway are available at the Sheffield Information Centre at 5 Pioneer Crescent, and the Sheffield Art Gallery at 6 Pioneer Crescent. It is definitely worth a visit


Free Entry

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