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The Mosaic Pathway, Sheffield features colourful mosaic panels of Tasmanian animals, birds and reptiles. It meanders through an area of relaxing parkland with a playground adjacent and good views of majestic Mt Roland. The mosaics were all made by...more
This was recommended for us to visit. It is unique. I appreciated the way the previous occupants of the old cemetery that was on this site were displayed. I enjoyed the old tree stump made into a chair.
A little hidden gem. The front gate advises its official name is King George V Park. A nice stroll just behind the Main Street through a park to a Working Art Space called Artisans@work. The path is punctuated with a multiple small ceramic displays depicting...More
The mosaic pathway is the work of many many local artists, students and the uninitiated. The pathway crosses King George V Park which was the site of the original Sheffield cemetery. The names of the 300+ buried here are engraved into pavers around the mosaics....More
We didn't realise how good the path would be, as we were walking through to the gallery at the other side of the park. There is also a mural with all the flora and fauna depicted in the path on the wall at the end....More
The Sheffield Mosaic Pathway provides an enchanting link between the main street of Sheffield and the Working Art Space Gallery in a picturesque park. There is a great playground area for the kids or challenge them to identify the birds and animals in the mosaics....More