Permanent Public Art

Greater Dandenong public art collection features permanent installations around the municipality.

Residents and visitors are invited to engage with and reinterpret their environment in new and challenging ways.

An art trail with a focus on celebrating the resilience and vast cultural heritage of the Peoples of the Kulin Nations alongside
The ‘Greater Dandenong. My Place. My Community’ art mural has been created as part of a youth project.
Garage 35 Art Studio and Connection Art Space, in collaboration with traders and community members, have completed a co-designed
A display of bold public artworks have been installed along the shopping strip of Hemmings Street.
The Talking Seats are a mirror image of each other, located centrally along Walker Street and opposite Crump Lane.
The Home of Earthly Delights is a mural created for the Unwrapped Festival.
To mark the naming of 'Muderra Way' in Noble Park, a monumental three-part mural has been commissioned. 
Waa and Bulln Bulln Corroboree (Springvale Ceremonial Fire Pit)
Enjoy a unique environment created with recycled materials.
The Buckingham Avenue gateways were designed as part of a streetscape upgrade to rejuvenate Buckingham Avenue.
With a prop like appearance, the whimsical Chaise Lounge near the Drum Theatre is a talking point.
The Commemorative Park Mosaic mural and gardens were developed by young people who joined in a LEAP.
Find out about the unique qualities of the Dandenong South neighbourhood, its residents and social heritage.
A cyclist has escaped the traffic of the main roads and is enjoying the freedom of the bike path in Falkiner Reserve.
Decorative and highly colourful night lighting ignites three Dandenong landmarks in central Dandenong.
These quirky life-size figures adorn the public toilet block and hall in Palm Plaza.
In-Transit picks up where Gold Bling left off, exploring the tension of a town in flux.
Dandenong’s finest pedestrian urban space – Palm Plaza – has received a major lighting upgrade.
The Palm Plaza Seating project contributes to making Dandenong a more colourful, animated, safe and enjoyable city.
Reverie takes inspiration from the local area and explores the connection between nature, industry and community.
River Flow provides a bright colourful transformation of the Noble Park Station pedestrian underpass.
Speed Cheek uses two speed checking devices to measure the speeds of bike riders and pedestrians in Oakwood Park.
This underpass was transformed with 3D installations, improving lighting and the aesthetics of the tunnel.
Table of Knowledge is a reflection of ideas and concepts offered through the sharing of knowledge and information.
The Books can be found scattered and piled in front of Springvale Rise Primary School.
The Dandenong Book of Prayer contains personal prayers by local people and recent photos of central Dandenong.
An integrated component of the streetscape redevelopment is the stunning centrepiece ‘The Lamp’.
The Offering was a temporary art installation in a single story weatherboard church and community hall.
Located in central Dandenong are six towering ceramic totem poles of varying colours, designs and heights.
Brady Road shopping centre was rejuvenated by artwork from artists of Zabelski Han.
Inspired by the idea of trade and exotic cultural containers, light is used to bring these shapes to life.
Viachroma injects a burst of energy and luminous colour into the glass overpass at Dandenong Station.
Water Kite shows activities shared in Tirhatuan Park including fishing, playing ball, riding bikes and flying kites.
Water Pool provides a bright, colourful cover of the underpass that plays an important role in enhancing visibility.
Wominjeka is a painting by local Aboriginal artist, Ian Harrison of Dandenong.