Canvases, installations and alluring sculptures are everywhere you look in the BunGeo. Some jump out at you; others are hidden down laneways and places you’d least expect. Start your exploration journey in Bunbury and unveil the largest collection of street and public art in regional Australia. From fountains to monuments, from sculptures to street art, the many permanent and temporary works dotted throughout Bunbury are integral to the life and character of the city. Then add to your street-art love by touring the surrounding hinterland towns, particularly Capel which is covered with awesome community generated murals and public art and Harvey, which has a fetish for mosaics. Canvases, installations and alluring sculptures are everywhere you look in the BunGeo. Come find our artistic creations today! Rediscover Bunbury Street Art Map Rediscover Bunbury was an initiative of Six, Two, Three, Zero, who kick-started the street art phenomenon in the City. Bunbury is now home to more than 40+ large scale murals by national and international artists (think Anya Brock, Amok Island, Fintan Magee, Beastman, Stormie Mills and more), inspiring a sense of place, social connection and passion for the arts. Outside the Box seeks to build on this experience by painting / transforming a series of 20 electrical boxes scattered through Bunbury’s CBD into whimsical characters by four professional artists in collaboration with local students. Click here to download the map. Harvey’s Mosaics and Murals Trail Be amazed at Harvey region’s huge Mosaic and Mural collection. You will find these unique mosaics at the entrances to Harvey, Binningup, Clifton Park, Cookernup, Myalup and Yarloop. Other mosaics can be seen at the Harvey Visitor Centre and the Australind Shopping Centre. The mosaics have been created by local artist, Anthea Ward. Read more here. Capel’s Murals and Street Art Capel’s main street is strewn with murals that incorporate glimpses of the history of the area. Businesses worked together with artists to create an outdoor gallery of custom murals that both entice and educate. Artists Andrew Frazer, Celestin Hutchinson and Trevor Hildred were among the artists who left their mark on buildings in the town. On the outskirts of Capel stand large, light-infused metal entry statements that were designed by local artist Erin Rafferty. Read more here.