Next time you’re in Moonta and Moonta Bay, look for these new additions to the street art. The Copper Coast Public Art Group was formed last year under the Moonta and District Progress Association and are working with the Copper Coast Council to increase public art in the area.
I’m gradually getting around to visiting as many painted silos and water towers around the country as I can, and added to that are the many, many brilliant examples of street art and murals in towns across Australia. Here are a few of the incredible silos to look for as you travel in South Australia.
The Eyre Peninsula odyssey continues and we settle in Elliston for a couple of nights to see some cliff top sculptures that I’d been dying to see and continue our quest for salmon fishing. Feeling good about the prospects of catching more, Harry decided to enter the competition, at worst it would be a $10… Read More Elliston – Sculptures, Art and a Salmon Fishing Competition
It’s my thing! I’m just in awe of the talent of artists who can create these large scale paintings in cities and towns around Australia, so now I seek them out wherever we travel. From disused grain silos and water towers in rural areas to busy city streets and laneways there are incredible works of… Read More Alice Springs Street Art
Everyone is heading to northern Australia at this time of year, escaping the cold wintery conditions of the south, and this year in particular there are more people than ever travelling. I’ve written a recent piece for CamperMate on the journey north which is dubbed, The Explorers Way, which you can read about here. For… Read More Darwin Street Art
There’s a bright and brilliant new mural to look for in Goolwa when you’re next visiting the Fleurieu Peninsula. As you drive into town on Alexandrina Road you’ll find Kessell Street on the right and the Ibis Siding Garden Centre on the corner. Turning into Kessell Street, the eye catching mural featuring a blue wren,… Read More A New Epik Mural in Goolwa