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.
To keep up to date with the city’s evolving urban art scene and to find out where to go to see the art up close, check out our online Mural and Street Art Map.
16 Preston Street, Como
Photography by Eva Hernandez
Border Crossing (2012)
Dr Audrey Fernandes-Satar
Yok and Sheryo852 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park
I Must Stay On Task (2011)
Leda and the Swan (2009)
Light Locker Art Space
Mends Street Mural 1 (Civic Gardens)
Joanna Brown16 - 20 Mends Street, South Perth, cnr Mends Street and Mill Point Road, South Perth
Mends Street Mural 2 (Domestic Gardens)
Joanna BrownBP South Perth, cnr Mends Street and Mill Point Road, South Perth
Night Forest (2010)
Self-Protection of the Immigrant in Ourself (2014)
Succeed in Absence
The Conversation (2010)
Bonsai and Twoone
Kid Koala Playing God and Kingaroo
Okuda San MiguelForrest Square Car Park
The Boy on the Red Bike
Evoca1Australia Post building, Rokeby Road
Sioux TempesttLaneway behind 1-13 Rokeby Road, Subiaco
Jumping the Shark
FieldyLeonard Street, Victoria Park
Never Stop Playing
Hayley Welsh128A Burswood Road
Heart of the Sea
Chris NixonCorner of Albany Highway and Harper Street