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Sentinel

Arts and Culture Frankston

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Public Sculpture by Bruce Armstrong from Melbourne

Sentinel is a five metre tall abstract wooden sculpture of a native sea eagle.

Materials: Wood 

The Sentinel sculpture has recently been relocated from Young Street to the base of Olivers Hill, at the parkland on the corner of The Esplanade and Nolan Street. It now keeps a lookout over Frankston’s award-winning beach and Port Phillip Bay.

Bruce Armstrong

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Nolan Street, Frankston VIC 3199