THE WALL IN THE WILDERNESS – Derwent Bridge, TAS

THE WALL IN THE WILDERNESS is a must do attraction in Tasmania.

It certainly has WOW factor!!  

You just have to call in and see these amazing three metre high hand sculpted timber panels for yourself.  The sculptures are incredibly lifelike.

You’ll be amazed at the talent and effort that has gone into this decade of work!

No pictures are allowed to be taken inside so you’ll just have to take our word for it!  Greg Duncan is one talented man!

Check out his website for a little sneak peek of what you will see! 

WHERE IS IT?

15352 Lyell Highway, Derwent Bridge.

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