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Murals and Street Art

Walking around the City of Perth, you’re likely to stumble across a colourful mural or be captivated by some street art. 

As our urban art scene evolves, new works are appearing across the city, adding vibrancy to the streets. Some of the works are ephemeral, which means they may only last for a short time before being painted over or replaced with something new. 

The City has gained international attention in recent years, with works from some of the world’s best street artists gracing its buildings and lining laneways.


  • Trinity Mural v3

    Trinity College Mural

    Fintan Magee

    Depicting three students representing Trinity's past, present and future.

    2 Trinity Ave, East Perth

  • The Conversation mural at Howard Lane

    The Conversation (2010)

    Stormie Mills

  • Border Crossing mural near Roe Street

    Border Crossing (2012)

    Dr Audrey Fernandes-Satar

  • leda and the swan

    Leda and the Swan (2009)


  • Light Locker Art Space in Grand Lane

    Light Locker Art Space

    Various Artists

  • Night Forest mural in Howard Lane

    Night Forest (2010)


  • Self-Protection of the Immigrant in Ourself mural at Central TAFE

    Self-Protection of the Immigrant in Ourself (2014)

    Pixel Pancho

  • Succeed in Absence mural at Errichetti PLace

    Succeed in Absence

    Mel McVee

  • Untitled mural in Grand Lane


    Bonsai and Twoone

  • Various mural in Prince Lane


    Various Artists

  • I Must Stay On Task mural in Target Lane

    I Must Stay On Task (2011)

    David Turkey


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