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The Wall will be closed over winter and reopening on the 1st of September, we will be making a few changes in visiting the Wall due to social distancing rules and visitors will need to book. Our booking system and website are currently under construction and hope to be up and running soon. For any further information please email info@thewalltasmania.com.au
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Welcome to The Wall


Step into a story ...

...an inspirational tale carved from
the mountains and rivers of the
Central Highlands of Tasmania.

Artist Greg Duncan is creating a stunning sculpture at Derwent Bridge in the heart of Tasmania. The Wall in the Wilderness is Greg Duncanís commemoration of those who helped shape the past and present of Tasmaniaís central highlands.

A work in progress, The Wall is being carved from three-metre high wooden panels. The carved panels will tell the history of the harsh Central Highlands region - beginning with the indigenous people, then to the pioneering timber harvesters, pastoralists, miners and Hydro workers.

When completed The Wall will be 100 metres long. Greg Duncanís sculpture The Wall will rank as a major work of art and tourist attraction in Tasmania.

In the meantime, come and see history in the making at
The Wall in the Wilderness.

ADMISSION APPLIES

Top: Three details from The Wall
Centre: Greg Duncan and The Wall
Bottom: The foyer of The Wall, Derwent Bridge, Tasmania