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Fremantle's Street Art Walk

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by Cate W (subscribe)
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Published October 26th 2018
A walk with a purpose
For the art lovers out there, here's something a bit different a self-guided trail based around Freo's street art. Fremantle has long been a cultural melting pot for the arts and this self-guided trail explores the street art, the artistic careers that were born here and the international artists that have contributed to the urban street art collection.

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Too Much Colour (2015) is one of the art works on the street art trail around Fremantle


The trail takes you around 17 street art sites, giving you information about the artist and the painting, and directions to the next site. You can find it at Fremantle Story.

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The Numbat (2012) is another of the art works on the street art trail around Fremantle


The trail is a great idea, but there is so much street art in this funky city that does not get a mention in the pamphlet. So, below you can find a few more of the interesting artworks decorating buildings in and around Fremantle. A photo of the art and a clue to its location are given, but the specific locations are up to you to find. Happy sleuthing!

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Look for these kooky birds near the misspelling of the Italian words for 'red soil'.


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This amazing underwater mural decorates the southern most public conveniences the next stop is the sea!


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This fantastical image's hideout can be found at the opposite of less and less.


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You'll find these painters working near the plump red vegetable.



You'll find these painters working near the plump red vegetable.
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Where: Fremantle
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Your Comment
Love this but, not being from the area, would really have appreciated a map to be able to find them all.
by mums- (score: 0|3) 1 day ago
I would go to see the murals if I knew their exact locations.
by An (score: 1|11) 15 days ago
It would be wonderful if we could have the answers somewhere - can you put them upside down at the end of the article?
by Thomp (score: 0|2) 12 days ago
If you click on the website, there's a map.
by tracy (score: 1|42) 1 day ago
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