In a region full of artists and creatives, how could we not have some stunning murals for you to seek. Check out a few of our must-see list here!
By Amanda Newman assisted by Brad Collins 2023 | Skyline Place Bonny Hills
Melbourne based artist Amanda Newman designed this beautifully soft but striking artwork taking inspiration from nearby flora and birdlife that can be spotted on the drive into Bonny Hills. In addition to it being stunning, this mural has been hand painted using a variety of brushes.
The mural is included on the Australian Silo Art Trail Map
By Mulga 2022 | Flynns Beach
Mulga is an Australian street artist known for his unique creations and signature style, with work around the world! Be sure to check out this vibrant and fun mural at Flynns Beach.
Enjoy the views at Flynns Beach while grabbing a bite at the Sandbox Kiosk. Or head down the road to Asty's and pick up one of the best burgers in Port. Don't miss a stop at Sea Acres Rainforest Centre and take a stroll on the 1.3 kilometre timber boardwalk through the ancient rainforest.
By Mike Shankster 2023 | Buller Street Bridge Underpass
This mural is inspired by the Hastings River inhabitants and brings the beauty of the local marine life to the public eye.
By Arina Apostolova 2023 | Gordon Street Bridge Underpass
A tapestry of Port Macquarie’s avian wonders and botanical riches inspired by the local flora and fauna of this beautiful region. Arina has created large scale murals across Ukraine, China and Australia.
By Mel Streater 2022 | Coastal Walk, via Charlie Upton Walk, Town Beach
Designed by Mel Streater - a Wiradjuri artist born on Birpai Country, the 70-metre project was installed by local artist Brad Collins.
Guruk is home to many wonderful sea creatures, great and small. With the mural you will find humpback whales making their annual migration along the east coast, playful dolphins that surf the waves, lots of fish, some coral mountains, colourful crabs, meeting places and journey line.
May we walk gently as one, caring for Country and community.
Various | Town Green Foreshore to Town Beach
All along the Breakwall path you will find individually painted or drawn rocks by locals and visitors. Each is a truly unique message, tribute or memory and you will find a new favourite each time you look!
By Jo Davidson, Stephen Killick & Tertius 1999 | Bain Park, Wauchope
This mural and sculptural works depict scenes from Werrikimbe National Park.
By Angela Roberts, assisted by Casey Roberts, Louise Mitchell and Chris Donovan, 2022 | Bain Park, Wauchope NSW
Dhoongang- the Hastings River and its creatures was created by local Birpai Artist Angela Roberts, with all the creatures originally drawn by the Kids from Birpai Country group.
The Hastings River was, and continues to be, central to the life and culture of our First Nation’s people sustaining countless generations prior to white settlement.
Just as the Birpai peoples have been custodians of the Hastings River for millennia, so now we are all caretakers for the future generations.
This stunning region is located just a short drive from Port Macquarie. With lush rainforests, rolling hills, and charming country towns, Wauchope and the surrounding Hinterland offers a wealth of natural beauty and cultural experiences. The town is worth the trip with so many boutique shops along High Street, plus don't miss a stop into Baked Culture to fix your pastry cravings. Looking for a creative experience? Pop into Wauchope Creative Hub for workshops and handmade local arts and crafts.
By Kim Mclean 2023 | Main Street Comboyne
Local artist Kim McLean designed this beautiful illustrated map showcasing all the Comboyne region has to offer. The mural sits proudly in the centre of Comboyne on the villages’ service station and local store.
Heading out to Comboyne from Wauchope you will pass by the Byabarra Café & Bar, where you can settle in for an afternoon of indulgence on the veranda with views over the valley. Don't miss stopping into Larrikins Lock-up for a bit of history in the restored gaol. To complete the package, Comboyne is flanked by pristine Nature Reserves and waterfalls.
By Angela Marr and Mel Streater 2023 | Log Wharf Reserve
This culturally inspired mural celebrates the abundant saltwater, freshwater, land and sky fauna found at the gateway between Birrbay and Dhanggati Country.
Four pylons of the Wilson River Bridge at Log Wharf have been decorated with vibrant murals featuring some of the local native animals: turtle, dolphin, bullshark, bandicoot, echidna, cockatoo, and the endangered Fritillary butterfly.
Log Wharf Reserve also includes a new picnic shelter, picnic tables, fish cleaning table, and amenity block including a disability friendly toilet.