We partnered with Hawaiian's Noranda to commission a mural on a 60m limestone wall along McGilvray Avenue.
Artist Leanne Bray has showcased the Banksia flower, an Australian native featured in Lightning Swamp Noranda.
The City partnered with the Water Corporation as a part of their 'Splash of Colour' project to bring new life to the water pump station in Jakobsen Reserve.
Artist Peter Ryan transformed a pump station into a vibrant piece of community art. His work will celebrates the connection between the local environment and flora and fauna.
In joint partnership with the Morley and Noranda Rec Club, the City of Bayswater commissioned local artist Brenton See to create a mural at the Club building in the Noranda Sporting Complex which features a mix of local flora and fauna. As part of the design process, See went to Lightning Swamp in Noranda to take photos of native species, including the western wattlebird, rainbow bee-eater, red-tailed black cockatoo, bobtail lizard, red-capped parrot, motorbike frog and Canarby’s black cockatoo. He then incorporated the species in the artwork, alongside sports played at the club and orchids, which recreated photos submitted by local residents.
Completed by artist Paul Deej the murals mix netball and tennis with native wildlife.
Funded by the City of Bayswater, Noranda Netball Association, and Morley Noranda Recreation Club.
We partnered with Noranda Vibes and the Water Corporation as part of the ‘Splash of Colour’ Program to paint the water pump station at Robert Thompson Reserve.
Local Artist George Wilkinson painted his well-known ‘City map’ design and highlight the place name ‘Noranda’ within the artwork.