Council has a number of evolving public art projects, including street art projects and public art throughout the Northern Beaches and along the Coast Walk.
Keep an eye on this page for our current and upcoming projects across the Northern Beaches.
Contact email@example.com if you are interested in finding out more about our Public Art Program.
Through the wind and water, 2022, by Dennis Golding and Collide Public Art Initiative
Image courtesy Collide Public Art Initiative
'Through the wind and water' explores topographical patterning of the local landscapes and waters as a way of acknowledging First Nations people’s cultural connection to Country.
Whale Songs, 2022 - Frances Belle Parker with Urban Art Projects (UAP)
Whale Songs is a number of cast bronze plaques installed along the Coast Walk. The stories on the plaques symbolise the 'singing-in' of the whales along the coastline of the Northern Beaches.
Exploring and fusing elements of art, culture, imagination and nature, Leesa Knight’s works echo the beauty and delicacy of our planet.
Council has commissioned First Nations Public Art team mili mili to create a new public artwork at McKillop Park at Freshwater’s headland as part of the Coast Walk Public Art project.
A Garigal Welcome to Country, 2022 - Mick Glasheen and Leslie McLeod, Mona Vale SLC
The artists engaged with the local Aboriginal community and key stakeholders to develop designs based on the rock engravings of the Elvina Track and other sites in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
Robert Dunn Reserve, South Mona Vale Headland
A planned location for an artwork along the Coast Walk. The location is at the southern end of the reserve (the more highly-elevated section of the park)
Whale Songs, 2022, by Frances Belle Parker with Urban Art Projects (UAP)
Whale Songs is a series of cast bronze plaques installed along the Coast Walk. The stories on the plaques refer to Aboriginal stories of 'singing-in' of the whales along the coastline of the Northern Beaches.
Oyster Shells - Middens, 2022 - Frances Belle Parker with Urban Art Projects (UAP)
This installation includes a number of cast aluminium oyster shells. The shells are arranged in clusters to represent middens.