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Murals

A collection of scenic and colourful Murals which I have photographed during my travels in various parts of Australia.

Album by gladysclancy. Photos by Gladys. 1 - 110 of 110 Total. 3574 Visits.
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Mural 1 on Building in Alice Springs
Northern Territory, Australia.

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Mural 2 on Building in Alice Springs
Northern Territory, Australia.

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Mural 3 on Building in Alice Springs
Northern Territory, Australia.

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Sheffield in Tasmania
Town of Murals.

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Mural of Pioneer Settlers with Mt Roland in background
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Mural depicting High Street Sheffield in the early 1930's
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Early Street Scene
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Early Street Scene
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Food Store Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Blacksmith Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Waiting for his Master
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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There's a Bridle hanging on the Wall
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Cat in Garden
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Police & Rescue Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Bible Chapel
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Ice-Cream Cart Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Gustav Weindorfer Mural
He befriended Wild Animals in his Mountain Chalet. Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Waterfall Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Post Office Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Early Communications
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Railway Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Cottage Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Tobacconist Mural
Sheffield, Tasmania.

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Arthur River Roadhouse
Western Australia.

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Arthur River Roadhouse
Western Australia.

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Bus Shelter
Fremantle, Western Australia.

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Bus Shelter
Fremantle, Western Australia.

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Shuttle Bus from Railway Station
Rockingham, Western Australia. Mural is supposed to represent a Dolphin, but sadly looks more like a Blowfish.

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Ennis Avenue Underpass
Where Buses and Pedestrians access the Railway Station. Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
On wall of pedestrian side of Underpass, Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Pedestrian side of Underpass
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Busway side of Underpass
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Beach Scene Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Other end of Pedestrian Underpass
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Pedestrian Underpass
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Overview of Busway Underpass
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Westerly Family Centre
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Mural on Door
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Mural on Box
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Mural on Pillar
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Building at Cooloongup School
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Water Conservation Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Nature Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Conservation Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Totem Poles in Park
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Totem Poles in Park
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Tennis Club Mural
Rockingham, Western Australia.

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Community and Harmony
Evolution of this area from its origins in the Aboriginal Bibbullmun Nation to a place of Community and Harmony for the Human Spirit.
Claisebrook, Western Australia.


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Bibbullmun Dreaming Story
Aboriginal Legend in mosiac on footpath at Claisebrook, Western Australia.

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Underpass at Murdoch Railway Station

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Black Cockatoo Mural
Murdoch Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Winds of Change and Time
Feather Floating High
Caught on Winds of Change and Time
What New Dawn Will Come?
Murdoch Railway Station, Western Australia.


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The Train is Coming
Murdoch Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Black Cockatoo Mural
Murdoch Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Entrance to Joondalup Station
Western Australia.

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Joondalup Railway Station

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Railway Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Close up of Railway Mural
Joondalup Station, Western Australia.

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Aircraft Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Mural on curved Wall
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Detailed view Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Communications Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Close-up view of Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Bright Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Wideview of Mural
Joondalup Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Stairway Mural
Edgewater Railway Station, Western Australia.

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End View of Stairway Mural
Edgewater Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Stairway Mural
Edgewater Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Detailed view of Mural
Edgewater Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Close-up view of Mural
Edgewater Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Crab Mural
Mandurah Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Crab Mural close-up
Mandurah Railway Station, Western Australia.

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Mural near Bull Creek Station

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Mural at Wellard Station

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Entrance to Pedestrian Overpass, Rockingham

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Side of Pedestrian Overpass, Rockingham

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On Top of Pedestrian Overpass, Rockingham

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Reconciliation Mural at Fremantle
The Wargul (Rainbow Serpent) represents the strength, beauty and creation of the natural features of this country. The green and blue water represents the mampakut (the ocean) and the derrbil yarrigan (the fresh water of this country. The ocean and the freshwater each have their own stories and identity, which represents the differences between people. Each can exist in their own right as well as co-exist. This signifies that everybody born in this country is part of this land and can identify themselves by looking at the land. With this identity and belonging comes the responsibility to care for land and to acknowledge the history of this land through the Bibbulmun people.

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Information about Reconciliation Mural 1999
The previous Mural by Melanie Evans, is a visual explanation of her view on Reconciliation. This Mural is located in Fremantle where initial contact between the colonisers and the Bibbulmun people occurred, so is an important place for the journey of healing. The Artist pays Respects and Thanks to the Council of Elders who gave approval, guidance and ideas to help her dream and design this Reconciliation Mural.

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Colourful Artwork on a wall in South Fremantle

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Outline of Stirling Ranges in Mural
Information Shelter at Stirling Range National Park.

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Train Mural at Mt Barker
The Train was an integral part of the development of this region.

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WAGR Steam Engine
Mt Barker, Western Australia.

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First Class Carriage
Mt Barker, Western Australia.

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Second Class Carriage
Mt Barker, Western Australia.

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The Guard's Van at the rear
Mt Barker, Western Australia.

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Bremer Bay Mural 1
Salmon (Western Australian): Catch your own from the large schools that inhabit our waters between February-May.

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Bremer Bay Mural 2
Southern Right Whale: Can be seen frolicking in our waters between July-September.

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Bremer Bay Mural 3
Leafy Sea Dragon: See one for yourself along the dive trail situated at Little Boat Harbour.

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Ravensthorpe Centenary Mural
In this 100th year of Federation, 2001 AD, we celebrate the centenary of Ravensthorpe Townsite gazetted 30th Jan 1901.
This mural is dedicated to all those who have contributed to the developement of the town and the district.


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Mural on side of General Store
Ravensthorpe.

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Closer to the Mural
General Store, Ravensthorpe.

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Esperance Artwork 1
This wall surrounds the Maze at Adventureland Park.

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Esperance Artwork 2
This wall surrounds the Maze at Adventureland Park.

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Esperance Artwork 3
This wall surrounds the Maze at Adventureland Park.

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Esperance Artwork 4
This wall surrounds the Maze at Adventureland Park.

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Esperance Artwork 5
This wall surrounds the Maze at Adventureland Park.

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Mural on Wall in Roe Street Perth 1

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Mural on Wall in Roe Street Perth 2

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Mural on Wall in Roe Street Perth 3

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Mural on Wall in Roe Street Perth 4

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Numbat Mural, Henderson St. Fremantle
04 November 2011.
A 25m Numbat spray-painted by ROA, a Belgian born street artist, who chose to paint the Numbat because it is an endangered species.


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Head of Numbat Mural
04 November 2011.
The artist believes that people who live in cities forget about their natural environment. He is very concerned about animals and wants people to think about them.


 
   
 
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