Perth’s Best Street Art

From Perth to Mandurah and everywhere in between, Perth is covered in street art! We’ve found the most Instagram-worthy street art so open your Google Maps and get snapping!

Forrest Square Car Park (Subiaco)

This enormous, vibrant mural by Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel covers two four-story walls on an apartment building at Forrest Square car park. Okuda represented native Australian flora and fauna in his iconic pop-surrealism style with colourful, geometric shapes. The artwork shows a koala and kangaroo with cosmic eyes, and references humanity, multiculturalism, and the natural environment.

 

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Holly Rayes Cafe (Bassendean)

Love coffee and dogs? Then you need to add Holly Raye’s Cafe to your list of new places to try this year! 🐶 ☕ 🎨

 

High Street’s Optical Illusion (Fremantle)

Stretching from the tip of the Fremantle Town Hall clocktower to the foot of the Roundhouse, odd scraps of yellow have been appearing on the historic buildings of High Street. Climb the Roundhouse stairs and the image suddenly snaps into focus.

 

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Canning Bridge Apartments (Applecross)

Canning Bridge has been home to our pelicans but the latest addition to the pod is something special. The six-story high pelican mural is the work of artist Amok Island.

 

Ootong & Lincoln (South Fremantle)

When you are down in South Freo, make sure you check out Anya Brock’s work on Ootong and Lincoln’s north wall. Zebras better than in the wild.

 

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Prince Lane (Perth)

Wander down Prince Lane features to see a series of artworks commissioned from a variety of Western Australian artists!

 

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Luna Cinema (Leederville)

This was painted as part of the Light Up Leederville Carnival. The work called The Migration shows a man carrying his old life on his back as he moves on to a new life. Photos just don’t do this three-story mural justice!

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Tuckey Lane (Mandurah Foreshore)

Inspired by street art seen in Amsterdam, Tahnee Kelland painted the bricks on Tuckey Lane bright shades of blue, pink, orange and green. The stunning interactive swing mural will have you and your friends snapping away!

 

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