Geelong Street Art


To The Unknown Mariner – incredible due to its scale and beauty, this work of art aims to celebrate and pay tribute to Geelong’s maritime history. The weathered face of an old man at sea depicts the harsh life lived out in the elements. Designed by Cam Scale, this artwork is located in Brougham Street.

Union Street Mural – designated as a community art space, all kinds of colourful and interesting murals are created and change every three to five years. Designed by artists and young people from Geelong, this is a mural not to miss.

Moi-Yo Miller – once a famously beautiful magicians assistant, now a famously beautiful Mural, Moi-Yo Miller sits on the corner of James Street and Minns Lane. Created by Michael Cassar, this mural celebrates one of Geelong’s very own famous faces.

Denny’s Place – this lane-way celebrates the idea of home grown talent. Showcasing two portraits of important people from the region, it is a street art spot not to miss. Chrissy Amphlett created by Glen Smith sits under King Billy by Cam Scale.

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