The Caloundra Mural and street art trail is an artistic destination trail representing everything that Caloundra means.
The graffiti art is a vibrant aspect of the sleepy, laid-back charm and coastal culture that the area is known for.
Caloundra Mural, Dingle Avenue, Public Street Art Trail, Artworks, QLD
Next, make your way to a quaint and almost hidden street, Village Laneway. This is where you will find three stunning retro murals near an award-winning coffee shop known as Lamkin Lane. The coffee shop features two artworks by Adam Lewcuz, Ryan Sullivan, and David Houghton. An additional mural will surprise you here, one made by Mieke, and it isn’t often mentioned on the Caloundra mural trail but certainly should be.
Many of the murals are concentrated on Williamson Lane. Five murals created by Fuzillear, Joel Birch, Thom Stuart, David Houghton as well as a collaboration by Adam Lewcuz, Ryan Sullivan, and David Houghton are on display. Their incredible paintings of animals and abstract art truly make the walls and facades stand out.
More public artwork can be found at Memory Lane, a nickname given to the small alley by the locals. Residents supplied the feature images found in the patchwork mural, depicting the story of the community and its ties with the ocean and surfing culture. Your trail should culminate at the Caloundra Regional Gallery, home to an incredible collection of whimsical art!
The Caloundra Mural and public street art is a pride of the local community, and for good reason. Bring your camera and get ready to be blown away by amazing art.