"It is curated in the same way that you would curate a white box gallery space. However, we've just got a lot more elements to think of," exhibition manager Justin Morrissey said.
Set along a 2.4 kilometre board, the exhibition is believed to be the only one of its kind in Australia and perhaps even the world.
Hundreds of artists apply to have their pieces exhibited, with many creating works especially to fit into the Jurassic surrounds.
"The forest provides this majestic theatre for the artists to play in," Mr Morrissey said.
"There's a new experience around every corner, so you're not seeing too much of the same thing in one spot. I was really conscious that you want to have enough time to enjoy the rainforest and the art."
Certainly the lyrebirds are enjoying both. One bird caused quite a stir among organisers when it took a snooze on a sculpture of a bed.
Sculpture at Scenic World runs until May 10, 2015. For information about tickets click here.