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I’m a bit of a street art lover. I seek it out whenever I travel and love finding it hidden down laneways and back alleys. The colours are always so bright. There is nothing better than seeing a plain brick wall turned into an amazing canvas. Here in my own back yard of Port Adelaide street art is starting to pop up more and more.


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This week I was walking down a street I have walked down many times over the last few years and out of the corner of my eye I saw the edge of a mural on the back of a building. To see it properly, I had to make my way down an alleyway that was the rear entrance of some shops. I was astounded at what I had found, and can’t quite believe I hadn’t seen it before. Probably only the drivers of the garbage trucks that come and empty the industrial rubbish bins see it regularly.

That got me wondering what other pieces of street art were hiding around Port Adelaide. I knew that a couple of years ago two big pieces had been painted on each side of a seven storey building – at that size they were hard to miss. I had also seen a few other large scale murals around the place, but had never looked closely.

A quick online search told me Port Adelaide had been the host of the Wonderwalls Festival in both 2015 and 2017. This gave a great start to the art in the area with well known local and international street artists, such as Jimmy C and Natalia Rak, making their mark. Now new art is popping up regularly wherever there is a big blank wall. It’s really worth getting down to Port Adelaide and having a walk around to see some of the amazing art below. I’ve only added a small selection of the artwork. You will have to make your way to Port Adelaide to see the rest. Download the free Port Adelaide street art map from the Our Port website to help you to find where the art is hiding.

The Port Adelaide Street Art Gallery

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Port Adelaide Street Art

Is there some street art near you I should they to visit? Let me know in the comments below.

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