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Public Art Collection

From striking sculptures to vibrant murals, our public art collection adds colour and character to our community spaces, inviting you to explore the intersection of art and public life.

The City of Wanneroo’s Public Art Collection

The City of Wanneroo's public art collection has 166 items and is valued at $9.6 million, an increase of $3.3 million since 2019.  Artworks can be seen at locations across the City, from Girrawheen/Koondoola in the south to Yanchep/Two Rocks in the north.

Collections WA

The Public Art Collection in featured on the Collections WA website.

Public Art Safari Trail

The Public Art Safari map features 34 of the best and most interesting artworks and helps people plan a day trip around some fantastic sculptures within City of Wanneroo.

When we lift each other we can fly is a mural at the entrance to the Butler Community Centre by artist Hayley Welsh & Butler Primary School students. Recognised for her surreal, wide-eyed creatures and street art, Hayley creates whimsical new worlds with these affable monsters as our guides. This unique artwork encourages us all to enjoy the wonder of childhood and is a reminder to listen to our own little voice.

Together we can fly

Photo by Christophe Canato

Mural guide

Murals are a great way to brighten and bring vibrancy to a place or space.

If you’re considering commissioning a mural, the City has a comprehensive Mural guide to assist you and answer any questions you might have along the way. The guide includes information on site preparation, budgeting, artist selection, maintenance and more.

For more information, please email arts@wanneroo.wa.gov.au