Explore some of Werribee’s most iconic street art murals with Wyndham City’s new self-guided trail and free audio tour!

Starting at Wyndham Cultural Centre and finishing at Holiday Inn Werribee, the 1km walking tour through the city centre will take you approximately 60 minutes, one-way with time for a coffee or grazing pit stop.

At each stop, you can listen to the artist talk about their work – no apps required. All you need is your mobile phone and headphones if you’ve got them to listen to the audio recordings below.

At each site, you’ll also find a QR Code (use your phone’s camera) and website link to the audio recording.

Experience Wyndham in a whole new way.

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Stop 1. Ash Keating (2016)

Wyndham Cultural Centre, car park wall

Start in the car park of Wyndham Cultural Centre and look up at the building’s wall to take in this large-scale work that was created using paint-filled fire extinguishers!

Stop 2.  Drez (2022) 

Wyndham Cultural Centre, Wedge Street

Walk to the opposite side of Wyndham Cultural Centre on Wedge Street and you’ll find a large abstract mural that seems to both draw you in and expand at the same time.

Stop 3. Ghost Patrol (2018)

Coles wall, Watton Street

From Wyndham Cultural Centre, walk along Watton Street, crossing over Wedge Street to see this intriguing work – where do those steps lead?

Stop 4. Tom Gerrard (2018)

Coffee Pot laneway, Watton Street

Cross the road to the other side of Watton Street to take in a scene that may feel strangely familiar for those who grew up in the west!

Stop 5. David Lee Pereira (2022)

Station Place laneway, Watton Street

Keep walking along Watton Street to Station Place. Make your way to the laneway on the eastern side of Station Place, which runs through to Comben Drive.  Here you’ll find a huge, 110 metre floral mural, ‘Does it have to be so…Queer’ by David Lee Pereira.

Featuring a fusion of local and international flora and fauna, the work celebrates diversity and explores the fluidity of gender, sexuality and identity.

Stop 6. Makatron (2018)

Laneway beside Twigg Family Law

From Station Place, walk back to Watton Street and continue on the same side on the same side of the street as you make your way towards the Twigg Family Law building.

Stop 7. Minna Leunig (2019)

Kelly Park Toilet Block

Use the next pedestrian crossing to cross over to the other side of Watton Street and continue until you reach Kelly Park. On entering Kelly Park walk towards the toilet block, just past the tables and chairs.

Stop 8. Mooroop Yarkeen (2023)

Façade of Holiday Inn Werribee, 22 Synnot Street

From Kelly Park, enjoy views across to Hayden Dewar’s mural on the Werribee Water Tank before walking across Duncans Road to admire the 41-metre-tall, First Nations mural Mooroop Yarkeen by Tommy Day / Jirri Jirri, represented by MAMAM.

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