Walk the Walls - Street Art Festival

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Walk the Walls 2019 - Press Releases

Walk the Walls is coming to Cronulla on 8-10 November, with Sutherland Shire Council set to once again host the hugely successful street art project following a $75,000 investment from the NSW Government.  

Walk the Walls will see an array of street artists beautify the streets of Cronulla, while the masses watch on and enjoy live music and food stalls.

The event will be a drawcard for thousands of visitors and residents as local, Indigenous and national artists paint large scale murals in the suburb’s CBD and rail corridors. Artworks will be protected by anti-graffiti coatings.

Read the Press Releases Here

Please note: this event is being photographed and/or recorded for promotional purposes.  By attending this event, you agree to be photographed, videoed or recorded.  If you are concerned with this, please speak to a friendly staff member at the event.  Thank you for your cooperation.

A Facebook LIVE filming will also take place at the event at 2pm on Saturday 9 Nov 2019.

Walk the Walls - Caringbah 2018

The first ever Sutherland Shire 'Walk the Walls' - Street Art Festival was held from 2 to 4 March in 2018.

The event was three huge days of creativity; live street art/mural painting, stacks of live music, free workshops, and awesome food stalls/trucks

30+ visual artists were involved, including Phibs, Mulga, Ox King, Peque, Georgia Hill and many more, and they painted up a storm in one of the largest street art projects in Sydney.  The artists painted 1,500 square metres of walls in Caringbah as part of a large crime prevention program to stop graffiti and vandalism and as a way to revitalise open spaces in Sutherland Shire.

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Highlights from Walk the Walls 2018 - Caringbah

Caringbah is looking rad after the 2018 Walk the Walls street art festival swept through in a flurry of paintbrushes and brightly coloured paint.

Have you been meaning to visit and see what the fuss is all about, but you’re not sure where to start?

Here's a highlights video from the 2018 festival and if you've looking to visit, here's a handy interactive map you can use to follow the trail.

Walk the Walls Caringbah 2018 - Interactive Map

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