Six tonnes of sand to be sculpted
Six tonnes of sand will be delivered to Deepwater Plaza to create sand sculptures these school holidays.
Mr Jino Van Bruinessen from Sandstorm Events will sculpt the sand into three creations throughout the shopping centre on Monday, January 15.
"Jino was born and raised in Holland and moved to Australia 31 years ago," said Deepwater Plaza centre manager Ms Deb McKilligan.
"What started as a one-off independent sand sculpture in 1992 has unfolded into a series of annual sculpting events including over 20 major Australian events and national championships," she said.
"Jino transforms the sand into a mermaid, a pod of dolphins and a sand castle.
"The sculptures will come tumbling down on January 29, just before school returns," Ms McKilligan said.
Media release, 9 Jan 2018
Deb McKilligan, Deepwater Plaza
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