Wander the streets of central Melbourne and you will come across a wide variety of street art. Be on the look out for everything ranging from paste ups to full scale wall murals. The art work is constantly changing and d Read more..
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The Bayside Coastal Art trail covers seventeen kilometres along one of Melbourne's most picturesque coastlines.
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The City of Casey has a significant Public Art program which uses art to create meaningful places that celebrate the city’s community, heritage, innovation and environment. The art work includes:
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In 1996 Darebin City Council embarked on one of the most ambitious public art programs in Australia outside a central business district. After more than two decades the City of Darebin has earned an impressive reputation Read more..
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The Docklands area is home to the Docklands Public Art Walk which covers 36 outdoor artworks situated in the parks, promenades and built into the architecture and landscape.
There is a guide which explains each artwor Read more..
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Frankston council has a very vibrant and strong street art program and there is a wide range of interesting street art in the Frankston area covering wonderful murals and thought provoking sculptures. This includes:
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Council's commitment to public art is visible by its diverse and dynamic collection. Since 1985, over $2 million has been invested in more than 100 public art installations across the municipality.
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Hobsons Bay City Council was an early adopter of a public art strategy, with a number of artworks commissioned over the past decade. the artworks help interpret the city, providing new landmarks and acting as markers and Read more..
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Knox has long been committed to integrating relevant and inspiring artworks into its parks, trails and local places. The council's aim, via its Public Art Implementation Plan, is to ensure that public art continues to be Read more..
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There are a number of public art works you can visit within Manningham including:
Water Creature and Big Cat
by Deborah Halpern (2006)
Spontaneous in form, Deborah Halpern’s creatures are painted in a style th Read more..
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The Maribyrnong area has a number of significant public art installations as well as a high concentration of street art in the central Footscray area and around Victoria Street in Seddon.
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Maroondah Council has a growing public art collection which features a number of important public artworks. This is complemented by the fantastic area of street art near Civic Place in Ringwood which has a large number o Read more..
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There is a wonderful array of public sculptures, monuments and street art within and around the Melbourne area. The public art within the Central Business District includes:
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A number of Street Art murals and sculptures have been created across Monash over the past years. Much of the artwork has been a collaboration between artists and the local community.
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The Moreland Council commissions public art to make community spaces more exciting and attractive. The annual MoreART Public Art show, typically held in November and December, showcases sculptural, ephemeral, temporary a Read more..
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Mornington Peninsula has a wide range of sculptures and murals which includes:
Terry White Chemist Laneway Mural, Hastings
by Simon White and students from Western Port Secondary College (2017)
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Brunswick is a very good area to find good street art. Sunshine Lane which has a large number of quality murals is spectacular. This area is one of the best street art areas in Melbourne.
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There is some epic street art in the Collingwood area.
Corner Budd Street and Keele Street (south west)
House at 51 Keele Street by Mike Maka and Conrad Bizjak
Corner Budd Street and Keele Street (north east)
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Fitzroy has some of the best street art outside the central business district of Melbourne.
The best streets are around Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Street, Young Street, Napier Street, Smith Street and Johnston Street. Read more..
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The best street art in this area is around the Richmond Train Station. We have found all the other good areas and recorded them here.
Kanye mural at the corner of Stephenson Street and Cubitt Street, Cremorne. The mur Read more..
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The best street art is centred around Chapel Street, mostly in Windsor and Prahran and a few locations in South Yarra.
On the walls of the large National Storage building at 118 Union Street, Windsor there is a mural Read more..
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Whitehorse council has enhanced some of their playgrounds, nature areas and council facilities with a range of public artwork. This includes:
Three Thirds (Box Hill)
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Melbourne is a city crammed full of art: traditional and contemporary; static and living. The Yarra River Precinct is the hub of Melbourne’s artistic and cultural scene. Probably nowhere in the world is there such a conc Read more..
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