• Kentaro Yoshida street art installation in progress, February 2021. Photograph by Connor Neil. 

Our Street Art Program brings artists, residents, businesses, property owners and the community together to create exciting new artworks in unexpected places. Murals by young artists are transforming streets and laneways across the Northern Beaches, connecting communities and reducing unwanted tagging. 

Check out these past street art projects outside Manly Library and in the Pacific Waves carpark

Council does not require approval of street art on private developments (known as exempt development), if it meets the requirements of SEPP (exempt and complying).

Contact if you are interested in finding out more about our Street Art Program.

Upcoming Street art projects - Expressions of Interest (EOI)

Street Art Program, Avalon

Avalon Recreation Centre, Old Barrenjoey Road, Avalon Beach

EOI open until Sunday 4 December 2022

Art Installation, Sydney WorldPride 2023

Manly Wharf precinct and Manly Corso

EOI open until Monday 21 November 2022

More information will be added as the projects evolve. Watch this space!

Claire Foxton, Native treasure, 2021 installation. Photograph by Connor Neil

Claire Foxton - Native treasure - Peninsula Car Park

Peninsular Car Park, Manly

Completed in March 2021, 'Native treasure' by artist Claire Foxton is located at Manly’s Peninsula Carpark

David Cragg, Midnight Dream, 2020. Photograph by Connor Neil

David Cragg - Midnight Dream - Bungan Lane

2 Bungan Lane, Mona Vale

Completed in 2020, Mona Vale's, Bungan Lane is where you will see 'Midnight Dream' by artist David Cragg

Overlapping Botanicals - Studio Dennis

Glen Street Library, Frenchs Forest

Completed in 2022, Overlapping Botanicals by Studio Dennis is based upon the experience of walking along a bush trail in the early morning.