NOX returned to Randwick in 2017!
Date: Friday 15 September to Sunday 17 September 2017
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Venue: Randwick Environment Park - 27 Munda Street Randwick
Outdoor Art Gallery featuring food trucks and entertainment
NOX, latin for night, is a night sculpture walk around the Randwick Environment Park. Experience the natural environment like never before as artists from UNSW Art & Design transform the park and wetland into an illuminated outdoor art gallery. For three nights only, artworks will be installed around the park to form a leisurely 1.5km loop walk, starting and ending at the Randwick Community Centre. Artists will be on site every night to discuss the inspiration behind their artworks.
After the walk, grab a bean bag and chillout under the starry skies whilst being entertained with live music, roving fire twirlers and LED hula hoopers or have a dance at the illuminated silent disco.
Satisfy your appetite with delicious offerings from a range of popular Sydney Food Trucks including
- Happy as Larry
- The Nighthawk Diner
- Cantina Movil
- Grind n Press
- The German Hut
A licensed bar will also be available to quench your thirst. The food trucks and bar will be trading from 5pm to 9pm.
This unique experience is for all to enjoy – for free!
Take a look at the highlights from the 2015 Nox Night Sculpture Walk!
Exhibition Program and Map
The NOX walk starts at the Randwick Community Centre (27 Munda St, Randwick). If you enter the sculpture walk via surrounding streets, please walk in an anti-clockwise direction. This is a 1.5km loop walk.
Here is the link to the 2017 Program PDF, 17518.6 KB there will be copies available at the start of the walk.
Please refrain from touching artworks and remember to use the hashtag #noxwalk when uploading your photos to social media. Please see the site map below with the Artists locations
NOX is best accessed via Munda Street, Randwick. The NOX sculpture walk starts from the Randwick Community Centre, where you can pick up a program and information before commencing the walk.
If you are walking to NOX, you can enter the exhibition from other access points (eg. Dooligah Avenue, Joongah Street or Henning Avenue). We recommend that you walk in an anti-clockwise direction to prevent congestion on the art walk. This is a loop walk.
Car parking is available at the Randwick Community Centre, located at 27 Munda Street, Randwick.There will be reserved car parking for visitors with limited accessibility and mobility. Please see our Welcome Staff who will direct you to a car space.
The best bus services to get you to NOX are:
- 316 - Bondi Junction to Eastgardens
- 317 - Bondi Junction to Eastgardens
On both bus services, we recommend that you alight at the Bundock Street (opposite Hendy Street) bus stop. From there, it is a short 5 minute walk to the event via Hendy Street. There will be illuminated arrow signs to point you in the right direction.
Frequently asked questions
In order to make your NOX experience as effortless and enjoyable as possible, here you'll find answers to some frequently asked questions about the night sculpture walk.
Is NOX a ticketed event?
You do not need a ticket to attend NOX - all you need to do is turn up!
What time is the event?
The exhibition times are 6-8pm every night during the NOX event. During this time, you will see artworks, installations, video works and live performances. The bar and food trucks will operate from 5pm to 9pm.
What should I wear?
We recommend wearing flat sturdy shoes and something warm.
Is the event wheelchair and pram accessible?
The NOX Night Sculpture Walk is an easy 1.5km loop walk with no stairs. The majority of the walk is relatively flat and situated on wide paved footpaths, enabling easy access for wheelchair and pram users.
However, a short part of the walk (approximately 50m) is unpaved, narrow and located alongside bushland. It is possible for a small pram/wheelchair to navigate this section of the walk which contains 2 of the 31 artworks.
Accessibility on this section may prevent larger wheelchairs from continuing on with the sculpture walk. We recommend returning to the Randwick Community Centre via the paved sections of the walk to enjoy the range of entertainment being provided.
Event staff will be on site every night to assist with accessibility and safety.
Will there be accessible parking?
Car parking close to the event entry will be available for visitors with limited mobility and/or using a wheelchair. A valid mobility parking permit must be displayed.
Can I bring my dog to the event?
Dogs are welcome at the event but must be on a lead at all times. Additionally, dogs must not be within 10m of food preparation areas.
Is there an ATM?
There will be an ATM available at NOX.
Need more information?
If you need more information about the NOX Night Sculpture Walk, please call 1300 722 542 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org