Streets of Perth Top Murals to Visit in October

Get out and explore Perth’s street art scene this October with Streets of Perth’s top murals.

Mural by: Daek William (2017) Location: 30 King St, Perth

Have you checked out Perth’s hippest new coffee spot yet? Graffiti launched last week to a buzzing crowd keen to sample homemade Spanish treats and a killer new coffee blend from local roasters, Killer Bee Coffee. Graffiti also boasts Perth’s freshest new mural, painted by the always brilliant Daek William.

Mural by: Sarah McCloskey (2015) Location: 112 Oxford St, Leederville.

This stunning piece by local artist Sarah McCloskey is one of our all-time favourite murals. To check it out in person, head to Oxford St and you’ll find it next to Ria Malay Kitchen.


Mural by: Kyle Hughes-Odgers (2017) Location: 258 William St, Northbridge.

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We discovered this sweet mural at the rear of The Hummus Club in Northbridge! It was painted in January by local artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers and you’ll find a little bonus piece on the window to the left too.


Mural by: Shime & Dash88 (2017) Location: 296 Fitzgerald St, North Perth.

This pretty mural can be found on the side of Circles of Hair in North Perth.


Mural by: Andrew Frazer (2015) Location: Cnr Fifth Avenue and Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley.

We love this classic mural by Bunbury-based artist Andrew Frazer. It was painted in October 2015 and you’ll find it on the side of the Inglewood Hotel.


Mural by: Saner (2014) Location: 877 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park.

Feeling peckish? Head to ‘Food for Me’ in EVP and you’ll be greeted with this fascinating mural by Mexican artist Edgar Flores, AKA Saner. The piece was created in August 2014 for FORM’s fantastic “PUBLIC Perth” project.


Mural by: KAB101 (2015) Location: Walt Drabble Lane, Claremont.

We love the colours and effects in this mural by South Australian artist KAB101. According to the artist’s website, his work is based on “calligraphic signature markings and mechanical type styles”.


Mural by: Anya Brock (2015) Location: 1 James St, Bassendean.

Love coffee, dogs and street art? Then you’ll love Holly Raye’s Cafe. Tucked away on James St in Bassendean, the exterior boasts a stunning Anya Brock mural which features the owner’s dog, Angus. The cafe itself is a dog-friendly establishment, and we love that Holly openly encourages patrons to bring their fur-kids with them when they visit.


Mural by: Nils Westergard (2014) Location: 16 Preston St, Como.

How’s this for a sensational portrait of Alfred Hitchcock? Painted by American street artist Nils Westergard, it was commissioned by the Cygnet Cinema and you’ll find it on the side exterior.


Mural by: ArtByDestroy (2017) Location: 19 Douro Road, South Fremantle.

This captivating little mural was painted in February by local artist ArtByDestroy. It was commissioned by Motus Architecture for their recently completed mixed-use building ‘19 Douro’.

Streets of Perth is Australia’s most popular street art appreciation blog. With over 200,000 followers across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, SoP provides a digital celebration of WA’s evolving public art scene. Visit streetsofperthwa.com now to explore a photographic tour of our colourful city and get regular updates on Perth’s latest public murals, sculptures, news, events and competitions.

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