Built-in 2002 as part of the Landscapes and Backgrounds exhibition, the Big Bench in the city of Broken Hill lives up to its name by all means. The enormous bench is fascinating for the ones passing by. Do not miss out on clicking a picture if you are doing a road trip in or around Broken Hill.
Standing as the representation of Broken Hill's artistic spirit, The Big Ant is a magnet for tourists visiting the city. The massive structure was built in 1980 by Australian artist Pro Hart. Perched upon a wooden structure, The Big Ant symbolizes the hard work and commitment of miners from Broken Hill.
Located within the Living Desert Reserve, twelve sandstone structures were designed under the leadership of Lawrence Beck in 1993. Set against a majestic backdrop, that highlights the Australian sky and the glorious hues its takes on, each structure was designed by different artists from all over the world. Any time of the day, the sun reflects various aspects of these artworks, inspiring many artists and photographers. If you are in Broken Hill, NSW, grab your camera and head here.