Public art walks

Visitors can embark on a number of fantastic free public artworks all around the Perth and surrounds.

ART CITY

Art City is a guide commissioned by the City of Perth and other organisation to introduce visitors to Perth’s public art. This art conveys Perth’s cultural heritage and is created to enrich visitors understanding of life in Perth as they walk around and explore the beautiful surroundings. For more information call +61 8 9461 3403 or view descriptions of just some of the art work pieces below.

Art City Public Art Walk

  • State Images Mosaics
  • Bronze Swans
  • Kangaroos at Stirling Gardens
  • The Greenway
  • Regeneration
  • The Charnock Woman
  • Sea Queen

EAST PERTH PUBLIC ART WALK

East Perth Public Art Walk is located just 5 minutes from the Perth CBD in stunning Claisebrook Cove. The talents of urban designers, landscape architects and artists are reflected in imaginative buildings, street furniture, landscape features and stand-alone works of art. Download the Claisebrook Cove Art Walk brochure or view descriptions of some of the art work pieces below.

East Perth Public Art Walk

  • Small Figurative Bronzes
  • The Niche Wall Mural
  • Steel Magnolias
  • Diver and Guard Dogs
  • Sea Queen and Standing Figure
  • Art in Landscape

THE FEDERATION HERITAGE ART WALK

The Federation Heritage Art Walk will take you on an enlightening journey through the Mandurah and Peel region. The works highlight the colonial history of the region and allows you to experience the best this region has to offer. See a description of some of the art work pieces below or grab a map from the Mandurah Visitor Centre.

Federation Heritage Artwalk

  • First Government School
  • Mrs Lyttleton’s Inn
  • First Government Jetty
  • Peel Inlet Preserving Works
  • Aboriginal Fishing Site
  • Renown Bakery
  • Open Air Picture Gardens
  • First Government Post and Telegraph Office

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