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Take the ultimate Selfie by the Sea with Google Pixel 3



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It’s that wonderful time of year again. Spring has sprung, daylight savings has started – and the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk has been magically transformed with spectacular sculptures. 

To celebrate the extraordinary art featured at 'Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2018' we’re delighted to bring three installations to the exhibit, inviting Aussies to engage with the artworks in new ways.

Discover extraordinary art, from new angles

From three elevated lookouts in Marks Park, Mackenzies Bay and Tamarama beach, attendees will be able to enjoy new perspectives along the coastal path which were not previously accessible – and get everybody in for the ultimate group selfie.

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Get everything and everyone in

By taking their ‘Selfies by the Sea’ to new levels, attendees can capture more installations, scenery and people in one frame. They will also be able to try out the new group selfie feature on the Google Pixel 3, which gives up to 184% more room for friends and scenery in the photo.* No selfie stick required.

Learn more about the installations

Come and visit the installations until November 5 to try out the new Google Pixel 3 ahead of the public launch. Also, every 15 minutes between 9am-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the exhibition, you can enjoy a free 40 minute photo tour to learn more about the art exhibits and get tips on how to capture the ultimate photo, starting near the Pixel 3 lookout in Marks Park. Existing Pixel 1 & Pixel 2 users who show their phone can also enjoy expedited entry!

About Sculpture by the Sea Bondi, 2018: This year marks the 22nd year in which Sydney’s breathtaking Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk has been transformed by 'Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi' with the installation of 107 sculptures from 21 countries. The exhibition is free to the public and runs from Thursday 18 October until Sunday 4 November 2018. 


*Pixel 3 Group Selfie camera captures up to 184% more area of the scene than iPhone XS based on EXIF data from each camera. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. registered in the US and other countries. Results may vary.