In support of local artists and in celebration of world of street art, Melton City Council has completed mural commissions throughout the locality – including Thornhill Park!

On a power box adjacent to the children’s playground on Hocston Way, you’ll find Jak Rapmund’s street art masterpiece, which commemorates the Melton Men’s Group.

Artists from the Western region of Melbourne have been selected to create murals for some of Melton’s thriving community groups. The other selected community groups include:

  • Djerriwarrh Community and Education Services
  • Indian Service Club
  • Kirrip House
  • Melton City Council’s Young Communities
  • Melton Interfaith Network
  • South Sudanese Community/Akuar Athokbekdit Community in Victoria
  • Women Making it Happen

And the chosen artists are:

  • Jak Rapmund
  • 2choey
  • Luna Tunes
  • Jack Denic
  • Elizabeth Dalton Hooker
  • Amal Laala
  • Paola Ibarra

If you want to discover all the stunning murals that are popping up around the City of Melton, you can find them at:

  • Omarama Way, adjacent to Taylors Hill Youth and Community Centre, Taylors Hill
  • Outside Coles, Station Rd, Melton South
  • Brookside Recreation Reserve on Caroline Springs Blvd, Caroline Springs
  • Caroline Springs Library and Learning Hub, on Caroline Springs Blvd, Caroline Springs
  • Adjacent to the tennis courts on Field St, Aintree

The power box murals are proudly supported by Powercor.

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