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Transforming Bayside’s public spaces

Friday, September 10, 2021

Native birdlife and colourful sea creatures are themes of the first two public toilets being painted by two talented street artists. Artist Daiana Ingleton has completed a public toilet in Willis Street, Hampton and artist Jason Parker is close to finishing another public toilet in Dendy Park, Brighton, as part of the Council project to deter graffiti with amazing street art. Read more about the artists on our website. They will move on to Sandringham Life Saving Club, Cheltenham Girl Guide hall and a public toilet in Jack Barker oval next.

Bayside City Council is pleased to support this Victorian Government fully funded project to help get people back to work following the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The project also employs cleaning crews who are out and about removing graffiti and cleaning public spaces in our shopping strips and foreshore areas

Read more about the Graffiti removal and street art project on our website.

public toilet painted with seaside theme

 

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