Street art to Sydney - Australia
Discover the creative soul of Newtown in an unexpected way with our guided tour "Newtown's Secrets in Street Art"! Delve into the colourful alleyways and hidden corners of this iconic Sydney neighbourhood to uncover the stories, messages and mysteries behind the vibrant murals and urban artworks. Explore alleyways where art meets urbanism, and be amazed by the artistic treasures that adorn Newtown's walls. Get ready for a captivating adventure where every street corner reveals a new perspective on this dynamic neighbourhood, while preserving the creative heritage and unsuspected secrets of street art.
May Lane is an iconic laneway in Sydney, Australia, which has become famous for being an open-air street art gallery. Located in the St Peters district, May Lane is a place where local and international street artists can... Voir plus
Caroline Lane is an iconic Sydney laneway, as is Mays Lane, which has become famous for being an open-air street art gallery. Located in the St Peters district, it's a place where local and international street artists can... Voir plus
Newtown is a suburb about 4km southwest of Sydney's central business district (CBD), born at the beginning of the 19th century as a residential and agricultural area, (previously inhabited by Australia's original landlord... Voir plus
Brush and Sip Studio is a fun new concept 'paint and sip' studio where you can BYO drinks and take part in a guided painting session. Paint with your brush in one hand and a drink in the other, surrounded by your friends,... Voir plus
King Lane is a Sydney alleyway just like Mays Lane and Caroline Lane. It is an open-air street art gallery. Local and international street artists have the opportunity to create colourful and expressive murals.
The w... Voir plus
The Housing Bubble mural on Enmore Rd is the work of Fintan Magee, a 32-year-old street artist from Brisbane who now lives in Newtown. Dubbed the “Australian Bansky”, Fintan dominates the local street art scene. He has pai... Voir plus
This artwork was created in 2016 by the local artist JUMBOist (Andrew Dennis). Asylum Seekers Centre chief executive officer Frances Rush says that the mural wonderfully exemplifies the centre’s mission. “The building’s co... Voir plus
The Clean-up demonstrates Fintan Magee's distinctive artistic style, which is characterised by narrative and poignant images that often address social, environmental and political issues. This work tells a complex visual s... Voir plus
Camperdown Memorial Rest Park is a public space dedicated to the memory of the fallen and has historical and cultural significance for the area.
Camperdown Memorial Rest Park was developed as a memorial to the victim... Voir plus
Painted on the side of a house on the corner of Mary Street and Lennox Street, the "Hide and Seek" mural is a relatively new work. It was created by West Australian visual artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers as part of the local Per... Voir plus
Mary's Bar in Newtown is a popular establishment located in Newtown, a vibrant part of Sydney, Australia. It is a bar and restaurant renowned for its relaxed atmosphere, alternative vibe, quality food and wall art.
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This particular work was inspired by Eliza Emily Donnithorne, a 19th-century resident of Camperdown Lodge on the corner of Georgina Street and King Street in Newtown. Eliza was a member of the social elite and her wedding... Voir plus
When Brad Robson was asked to profile some of the region's remarkable women, he was moved to discover the 2019 Women's Honour Roll. These women have been chosen by their peers to celebrate empowerment, equality, social jus... Voir plus
"The Divine Within" is a notable piece created by Australian artist Alex Lehours for the Perfect Match project in 2016. This project aims to bring together urban artists and landowners to beautify public spaces and create... Voir plus
Originally, there was another mural painted on this wall by Fintan Magee and Numskull in 2013. It was called Target Practice and had a similar layout to the work there now (but with an archer instead). Unfortunately, it wa... Voir plus
The dance music is pumping, the artwork is eclectic and the energy level is high at Klub Satellite. This inclusive cafe is a stalwart of the Newtown dining scene, maintaining a loyal customer base since opening in 1996.Voir plus
The "Africa" mural is a large painting that covers the entire side wall of an African restaurant in King Street, situated between the Newtown Mission and the Commonwealth Bank. It has been in place since the early 1990s. T... Voir plus
One of the earliest and most famous murals in the neighbourhood is the ‘I Have A Dream’ mural. It was created in in 1991 by Juilee Pryor and Andrew Aiken, with Martin Luther King Jr’s famous words acting as a rallying call... Voir plus