It’s easy to get lost within the murals that are sprayed on the Bondi Beach sea wall. You’ll find a mix of everything on this al fresco artwork – collages blending stencil, pop art, and surrealism with Aladdin, Arnie and animals – optical illusions and symmetrical mandalas merging into love notes, political messages and shout outs. This is a wall-bound melting pot of genre and subject matter. Be sure to bring your camera, your favourite mural might be gone tomorrow.
Although the art on the sea wall is constantly changing, there are two murals that are there for good, and both for good reason. “The Girl With A Frangipani In Her Hair” (dedicated to local girl, Chloe Byron, who lost her life in the Bali bombing) and the Anzac mural were endorsed by the council for long-term preservation in 2009.
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