The lodge is home to various sculptures and artworks created by renowned artists from around the world. Take a leisurely stroll around the property to admire these magnificent pieces up close.
The owners have extended a special invitation to Mr. Yang Yi, a highly acclaimed Chinese-New Zealand artist, to serve as the Art Director for the lodge. His monumental sculptures have gained global recognition, and he holds the distinction of being the youngest artist to showcase his work at Gibbs Farm, the world's largest private sculpture park.
There are ample opportunities for photography enthusiasts to capture stunning images. One notable sculpture is the giant Rabbit going into a hole, prominently situated on the largest grass slope of the estate. Nearby, visitors can also spot numerous real rabbit holes and wild rabbits, paying homage to the beloved fairy tale "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."
Nestled within a cluster of towering bamboo, an open space awaits. The bamboo shoots have grown tall and dense, creating a lush canopy that obscures the sky. The bamboo tips and leaves gracefully curve towards one direction, forming a natural cathedral-like structure. As you gaze upwards, the sky peeks through the gaps in the bamboo, resembling a celestial mural on the roof of this organic cathedral. In the heart of the bamboo forest, there is a single chair, allowing you to immerse yourself in the ambiance of the grove. Sitting on this chair enables a true connection with the bamboo forest.
Other sculptures on the premises include two Western girls depicted in an English-style garden, a vast pine forest where lively squirrels frolic among the trees, and a child holding a lotus leaf, seated on a large rock by the poolside, evoking a sense of childhood wonder.