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Wollongong City Council


Reflect (2022) is a public artwork by Col Henry at Moronga Park, Clifton.

Made of marine grade stainless steel, these two hand-formed and organically shaped sculptures are 6 metres tall, overlooking the dramatic northern coastline.

The vertical towers elegantly split into three arms to support the multiple mirror-polished semi domes. These domes reflect the magnificent views of the ocean and the escarpment behind them, and of course the people and wildlife that regularly engage with the works.

The reflective nature of the works allows the audience to enjoy a distorted and multiple view of the impressive surroundings.

On the bases of the two works are engraved aspirational phrases from the local primary school. These phrases make one question the deep, but enjoyable and playful way, that young people view the environment and their place in it.


Reflect is in Moronga Park on Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Clifton. The park is on the eastern side of the road, opposite Clifton School Parade.


This project is part of Wollongong City Council's Public Art Program which aims to create quality public art in response to and reflecting the social, cultural and historical diversity of Wollongong and its suburbs.