The statues will be displayed for the next ten weeks before being auctioned to raise funds for the Tayside Children\'s Hospital Appeal.
Suzanne Scott, the trail\'s artist coordinator, said: \"It\'s been a huge job, but so rewarding.
\"It\'s going to be so exciting, ten weeks of people trooping to Dundee to see what\'s happening.\"
An app has been launched for the project to allow visitors to follow the trail and pose for photographs beside the sculptures, which have been sponsored by local businesses and organisations.
A further group of sculptures will take part in a national tour later this year.
Cassie Thompson, head of fundraising for charity organisers, the ARCHIE Foundation, said: \"The support from the businesses and community organisations who have sponsored sculptures, to the local schools who have embraced the project decorating their own miniature Oor Wullie sculptures has been amazing.\"
Please head down to City Quay and visit the statue sponsered by several of the Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce members.