Sand Sculpture

Sand In Your Eyes is the longest running Australian sand sculpting company and you will get to see them at the 2018 Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show!

Sand sculpture is a rare and intricate art form that takes sand and water and breaths it to life with seemingly impossible beauty.

It was formed by Master sculptor Dennis Massoud more than 20 years ago. The Sand In Your Eyes team are all master sand sculptors and world champions in their field who have experience in a large number of events held across Australia and overseas.

Crowds are absolutely stunned by the detail and creativity of our sand sculptures. The most common questions asked are “How can you do that ?” and “Is it just sand ?” Yes it is just sand and a lifetime of skill and experience. When surveys are taken at major events where our creativity and performance is on display our sand sculptures have proved to be the most popular form of entertainment.

Sand in Your Eyes has displayed in places as remote as the Gobi Desert in Mongolia and islands such as the Mariana group. Places as sacred as Gothic cathedrals and as chic as the only eight star hotel in the world, the Emirates palace hotel.

The founder Gerry Kirk is the grand master of sand. He holds four Guinness world records involving sand sculpture that have never been broken.


Contact Information

Nambour Showgrounds
Coronation Avenue
Nambour Qld

07 5441 2766
0408 886 526

Email Contact:

Hours of Operation

Postal Address:
PO Box 491
Nambour Qld 4560

Show Office Hours: 
Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.00pm
Closed on Public Holidays & dependent
upon other major events being held at the Showgrounds.

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Get to the Show!

Ticket Prices for 2018
Under school age – FREE
Primary School Students - $5.00 per day
Secondary School Students - $10.00 per day
Adults - $12.00 per day (no concession tickets available)

Available at the Crusher’s Grounds off Bli Bli Road.

Shuttle Bus:
Available from 8.00am to 9.00pm daily between the Nambour Transit Centre and the Showgrounds