• Explore the City of Greater Bendigo’s BLOOM inspired Street Art

Overview

Discover the vibrant tapestry of The City of Greater Bendigo's BLOOM-inspired Street Art! Embark on a captivating journey through the city's charming streets and hidden lanes to unearth a treasure trove of artistic gems. Let the streets of Bendigo become your gallery as you immerse yourself in this enchanting display of artistic expression, where every corner reveals a new and inspiring story.

Dudley House Garden

Inspired by a stunning jacaranda and the gingko trees found in and around Dudley House you’ll find artworks created by Alicia Huddy. These vibrant artworks will be on display from Friday September 8 Location Dudley House Garden, rear of 60 View Street, Bendigo

Botanical inspired artworks of Chancery Lane

Can you find the botanical inspired artworks located in Chancery Lane? Various artworks created by many local and visiting artists such as Manda Lane, Frankie O and Bree Rowe.

Blue Lady and Wattle on Bath Lane

This stunning mural is the work of Adelaide artist Jack Fran. If you’re lucky enough to view this mural at the right time of day, you’ll see the blue lady tipping her hat to the sun as shadows fall across the wall.

Location Bath Lane (Private carpark behind Brewhouse Coffee Roaster)

Cultural Flower a symbol of healing and coming together

Visit a mural created by First Nations artist Troy Firebrace. ‘The Culture Flower is a symbol of healing and coming together as a community. Each petal represents every indigenous and non-indigenous person of all shape and sizes, beliefs, religion, tribe and circumstances. Learning, sharing and embracing the six seasons of Djaara Country. We create the tools and skills to heal Country through knowing Djaara Country.’ Troy Firebrace 2021

Located The Good Loaf Sourdough Bakery & Café on Bath Lane

 

For more works download a copy of the Bendigo Street Art Self-Guided Walking Tour

Bendigo
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10:00am - 10:00pm