List of public art in Western Australia

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This is a list of public art on permanent public display in Perth and other locations in Western Australia. For convenience, the list is grouped as Perth, Northbridge/Perth Cultural Centre, East Perth/Claisebrook Cove, Kings Park, Fremantle, other Metropolitan and Regional.

The list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space; it does not include artwork on display inside a museum. Most of the works mentioned are sculptures, although several notable memorials are listed also. Public art may include statues, sculptures, monuments, memorials, murals and mosaics.

In 1989 the Western Australian state government established a "Percent for Art" policy.[1] The scheme which enacts the policy is administered by the Department of Culture and the Arts and requires that up to one percent of the construction budget for new public works over $2,000,000, be expended on public artwork. The Town of Vincent was the first Local government authority to have a similar scheme. It requires that "commercial, non-residential, and/or mixed residential/commercial developments over $1,000,000 are to set aside a minimum of one per cent of the estimated total project cost for the development to be used for public artworks."[2] Over 700 works have been installed under the state government scheme since 1989.[3]

Perth CBD[edit]

Includes public artworks in the Perth CBD. Excludes the Northbridge precinct and the Perth Cultural Centre, Kings Park, East Perth and Claisebrook Cove.

Name Image Location Artist Year
"Ascalon"[4] Public art - Ascalon, St Georges Cathedral, Perth.jpg St George's Cathedral, Perth Marcus Canning, Christian de Vietri 2009
Percy Buttons' Aspiration Public art - Percy Buttons Aspiration, Perth.jpg Hay Street Mall, Perth Joan Walsh-Smith & Charles Smith 1996
Conic Fugue (Enigma) Public art - Conic Fugue (Enigma).jpg QV1 Building, Corner St Georges Terrace and Milligan Street, Perth Charles O. Perry 1991
Sir Charles Court[5] Corner Mount St and St Georges Terrace Tony Jones 2011
"Footsteps in Time" St Martins Tower statues.jpg 40–50 St Georges Terrace, Perth Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2004
Alexander Forrest AlexanderForrestStatue gobeirne crop.jpg Stirling Gardens entrance, Barrack Street and St Georges Terrace, Perth Pietro Porcelli 1916
"Going Home" (Kangaroos with Briefcases) Public art - Kangaroos with Briefcases.jpg Florence Hummerston Reserve, Corner Mount Street and St Georges Terrace, Perth Anne Neil 1996
"Grow Your Own"[6]

(colloquially named "The Green Cactus")[7]

OIC perth cbd green sculpture.jpg Forrest Place, Perth James Angus 2011
Gumnut Babies Public art - Gumnut Babies, Stirling Gardens, Perth 2.jpg Stirling Gardens, Perth Claire Bailey, Indra Geidans 2001
Bishop Mathew Hale Public art - Bishop Hale.jpg The Cloisters, St Georges Terrace, Perth Greg James 2008
Talbot Hobbs Public art- Talbot Hobbs, Perth.jpg Esplanade, Perth Edward Kohler, Alex Winning 1940
"Judith"[8] Howard St Karin Tulloch 1936. Bronze casting in 2008
"Kangaroos on the Terrace"[9] Public art- Kangaroos, Perth2.jpg Stirling Gardens St Georges Terrace Perth Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 1997
"Memory Markers"[10][11] Public art - Pen Nibs, Stirling Gardens, Perth.jpg Stirling Gardens, Perth Anne Neil 2005
Meteorite (Fire... Water... Earth) HPIM4557.JPG Forrest Place, Perth Malcolm McGregor 2000
Migrants Memorial Public art - Migrants memorial, Perth.jpg Ozone Reserve, Corner Plain Street and Riverside Drive, Perth A.J.N Macdonald & Associates 2008
"Harmony of Minerals Obelisk" aka "The Ore Obelisk" Public art- Ore Obelisk2 Perth.jpg Stirling Gardens, Perth Paul Ritter and Ralph Hibble 1971
"The Strike" (Miners) Miners statue, Perth Mint.jpg Perth Mint, Perth Greg James 1991
"Oushi zokei" (Mobius in space)[12] Public art - Mobius in space, Perth.jpg Esplanade railway station, Perth Keizo Ushio 2010
Paper Planes Public art - Paper Planes, 237 Adelaide Tce, Perth.jpg 237 Adelaide Terrace, Perth
People in the City Public art - People in the City, Perth.jpg Central Park, Corner Hay and William Streets, Perth Anne Neil 1999
John Septimus Roe Public art - JS Roe, Perth.jpg Corner Victoria Avenue and Adelaide Terrace, Perth Greg James 1990
Captain James Stirling Public art- James Stirling, Perth.jpg Foundation Park between Perth Town Hall and the Treasury Buildings Perth Clement P Somers 1979
Bronze Swans Public art - Black Swans, Barrack Square, Perth.jpg Swan Bell Tower, Barrack Square, Perth Sue Flavell, Gina Moore 2000
Unidentified Photographer Public art - Unknown photographer, Barracks Arch, Perth.jpg Barracks Arch, Corner Barrack Street and Elder Street, Perth Anne Neil, Greg James 1996
De Vlamingh Memorial DeVlaminghgedenk.jpg Barrack Square, Perth Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2008

Northbridge/Perth Cultural Centre[edit]

Public artworks in the Northbridge precinct and around Perth Cultural Centre.

Name Image Location Artist Year
"Arch"[13] Public art - Arch, Northbridge.jpg Corner of Lake and James Streets, Northbridge Lorenna Grant 2010
"Between 1979–1980"[14] Clement Meadmore Perth 01.jpg Art Gallery, Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Perth Clement Meadmore 1981
Der Rufer (The Caller) Public art - Der Rufer, Perth Cultural Centre.jpg Perth Cultural Centre Gerhard Marcks
Cast by Giesserie Barth, Berlin[15]
1981
"Gateway 2: Coalesce"[16] Public art - Black and White, State Library, Perth.jpg Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Perth
31°56.970′S 115°51.630′E / 31.949500°S 115.860500°E / -31.949500; 115.860500
Akio Makigawa 1987
"Nexus" Public art - Nexus, Northbridge.jpg Plateia Hellas, Lake Street, Northbridge Simon Gauntlett 2002
"Unfolding Lives"[17] Public art - Unfolding Lives, Northbridge.jpg Perth Cultural Centre, eastern end of the James Street mall, Northbridge Judith Forrest 2010

East Perth and Claisebrook Cove[edit]

Since the late 1980s, a major urban renewal project surrounding Claisebrook Cove has been underway, with abandoned industrial sites levelled and replaced with residential streetscapes and landscaped waterfonts. These have been interspersed with a good collection of public art.

Name Image Location Artist Year
"Channel Markers"/"Marker Seats" Public art - Channel markers, Claisebrook.jpg Claisebrook Cove Malcolm McGregor 1995
"Impossible Triangle" Public art - Impossible Triangle, Claisebrook.jpg East Parade Roundabout, East Perth Brian MacKay, Ahmad Abas 1999
Peter Pan Public art - Peter Pan, Queens Gardens, Perth.jpg Queens Gardens East Perth George Frampton 1929
Concrete Poem Sculpture (Spiral Sculpture) Public art - concrete poem spiral, claisebrook.jpg Claisebrook Cove Rob Finlayson, PlanE
Edmund Rice Public art - Edmund Rice, Trinity College, Perth.jpg Centenary Park, Trinity College, East Perth
"Sea Queen" Public art - Sea Queen, Claisebrook.jpg Claisebrook Cove Tony Jones
"Shimmer" 6.6m x 4.9m x 8.0m, stainless steel[18] Shimmer, Claisebrook Cove.jpg Claisebrook Cove SURF (Jurek Wybraniec/Stephen Neille) 2012
"Shoreline Marker Posts" Public art - River Posts, Claisebrook.jpg Claisebrook Cove Malcolm McGregor 1995
"Standing Figure" Public art - Standing Figure, Claisebrook.jpg Claisebrook Cove Tony Jones
"The Red Surveyor" Public art - Red Surveyor, Claisebrook.jpg Corner Saunders and Glyde Streets, Claisebrook Cove Jon Tarry
Bronze figures (unknown title) Public art - 99 Plain St Perth.jpg 99 Plain Street, East Perth

Kings Park[edit]

The following list includes public artworks in Kings Park which is located on the outskirts of the Perth CBD. Kings Park was established as a public park in 1872 and contains a varied collection of public artworks ranging from early 20th century war monuments to life-sized dinosaur models. It is said to contain "more memorials, statues and honour avenues than any other park in Australia."[19]

Name Image Location Artist Year
Bali Memorial Public art - Bali Memorial, Kings Park.jpg Fraser Avenue, Kings Park David Jones, Kevin Draper 2003
The South African War Memorial
(originally "Fallen Soldiers Memorial")[20]
Public art - Boer War memorial, Kings Park Perth.jpg Fraser Avenue, Kings Park James White 1901
Bullockornis Bullockornis Kings Park SMC.jpg Synergy Park Land, Kings Park
Cenotaph, Eternal Flame and War Memorial Kings Park War Memorial Sunrise 2.jpg Fraser Avenue, Kings Park Designed by Sir J. Talbot Hobbs 1929
Arnold Cook Memorial Public Art-Arnold Cook, Kings Park, Western Australia.jpg Entrance to the Ivy Watson Playground, Kings Park
31°57′08″S 115°50′16″E / 31.95222°S 115.83778°E / -31.95222; 115.83778
Greg James 1989
Edith Dircksey Cowan Memorial Edith Dircksey Cowan Memorial2.jpg Fraser Avenue and Kings Park Road, Kings Park W. Ogilvy 1934
Diprotodon[21] Public art - Diprotodon, Kings Park Perth.jpg Synergy Park Land, Kings Park Travis Tischler 2010
Floral Clock Public art - Floral Clock, Kings Park.jpg Fraser Avenue, Kings Park Bequest from Frank Wittenoom 1962
"Lord Forrest" John Forrest statue at Kings Park.jpg Fraser Avenue and Lovekin Drive, Kings Park Sir Edgar Betram MacKennal 1927
Muttaburrasaurus Public art - Muttaburrasaurus, Kings Park Perth.jpg Synergy Park Land, Kings Park
George Leake Fountain Public art - George Leake Fountain, Kings Park, Perth.jpg Fraser Avenue, Kings Park 1902
Phytosaur[21] Public art - Phytosaur, Kings Park Perth.jpg Synergy Park Land, Kings Park Travis Tischler 2010
Pioneer Women's Memorial Public art - Pioneer Womens Memorial, Kings Park Perth.jpg Forrest Drive, Kings Park Margaret Priest 1968
Queen Victoria Public art - Queen Victoria, Kings Park Perth.jpg Fraser Avenue, Kings Park 1903
Vietnam Memorial Public art - Vietnam memorial pavilion, Kings Park Perth.jpg Synergy Park Land, Kings Park 2002
"Wood Be Good" Public Art-unnamed wood carving, ivy watson playground, kings park.jpg Ivy Watson Playground, Kings Park

Fremantle[edit]

Public artworks within the City of Fremantle.

Name Image Location Artist Year
The Explorers' Monument (Maitland Brown Memorial) Explorers' Monument.JPG Esplanade Park, Fremantle Pietro Porcelli 1913
Child Migrant Statue Child Migrant statue, Fremantle.JPG Victoria Quay, Fremantle Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2006
John Curtin John Curtin, Fremantle, Western Australia.jpg Kings Square, Fremantle Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2005
Sir Hughie Edwards Statue of Hughie Edwards in Fremantle.jpg Kings Square, Fremantle Andrew Kay 2002
The Fishermen Fremantle fishing boat harbour.jpg Fishing Boat Harbour, Fremantle Greg James, Jon Tarry 2004
John Gerovich ("Mark of the Century") Gerovich statue.jpg Fremantle Oval, Fremantle Robert Hitchcock 2006
"Iris Series" 20 Ord Street, Fremantle Greg James 2009
C. Y. O'Connor CY OConnor Statue Fremantle.jpg Fremantle Port Authority entrance, Fremantle Pietro Porcelli 1911
Ribbon Sculpture Ribbon Sculpture.jpg Challenger TAFE, Fremantle
Sculptor Pietro Porcelli Pietro Porcelli, Fremantle.jpg Kings Square, Fremantle Greg James 1993
Bon Scott BonScottStatue3 gobeirne.jpg Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, Fremantle Greg James 2008
Vasco da Gama (Portuguese Memorial) Esplanade Park, Fremantle Ciare Bailey, Edgar Nailor, John Kirkness 1997
Southern Crossing Victoria Quay Tony Jones and Ben Jones 2002
Tom Edwards Memorial Kings Square, Fremantle Pietro Porcelli 1919

Other metropolitan[edit]

Public artworks in the Perth metropolitan area and outside the Perth CBD and Kings Park.

Name Image Location Artist Year
Aboriginal Family Public Art-Aboriginal Family, Minim Cove, Perth.jpg Minim Cove, Mosman Park Greg James 1999
"Asteroids"[22] Public Art-Asteroids, Nedlands 009.jpg Broadway and The Avenue Roundabout, Nedlands Rick Vermey 2001
Bibbulmun Yorga woman and her dog Bibbulman Yorga woman and dog, Joondalup.jpg Neil Hawkins Park, Joondalup Ron Corbett
Norman Brearley Norman Brearley bust.jpg Perth Airport Gerard Darwin
Catalpa Memorial Catalpa Memorial.jpg Esplanade Road, Rockingham, Western Australia Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2005
Henry Camfield Burswood Park, Henry Camfield.jpg Burswood Park Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 1992
Centaur Memorial (1874 shipwreck) Public art - Centaur Memorial, North Beach Perth.jpg North Beach Kevin Hayes 1979
"Centrefold"[23] Public Art-Centrefold, Cottesloe.jpg Marine Parade (north end), Cottesloe Mark Grey-Smith 2006
Dr Arnold Cook and Dreena Public art - Arnold Cook, Blind Association, Vic Park, Perth.jpg Association of the Blind, Kitchener Avenue, Victoria Park Greg James 2007
John Curtin Cottesloe Civic Centre, Cottesloe Peter Gelencsér 1987
"The Dancer"[24] Public Art-The Dancer, Nedlands 001.jpg Sir Lawrence Jackson Courtyard, University of Western Australia Greg James 1979
Mary Durack and child, "the Storyteller" Public art - Mary Durack storyteller, Burswood, Perth.jpg Burswood Park, Burswood Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 1995
"Eliza" Eliza (artwork) 003.jpg Matilda Bay Tony Jones 2007
"Feathers" Public Art-Feathers, Swanbourne.jpg North Street and Marine Parade Roundabout, Swanbourne Anne Neil 2004
"Fledglings" Public Art-Fledglings, Shenton College, Perth.jpg Shenton College, Shenton Park Greg James 2000
May Gibbs Public art - May Gibbs, South Perth.jpg Windsor Park, South Perth Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2005
"Girl With Two Dolphins" Public art - Girl with Two Dolphins, Galleria, Morley.jpg Centro Galleria, Morley Andrew Kay 1996
Gumnut Fountains (4 locations) ForrestField.jpg • Corner Kalamunda and Canning Roads, Kalamunda
• Corner Hale and Morrison Roads, Forrestfield
• Corner Kalamunda and Newburn Roads, High Wycombe
Shire of Kalamunda offices entrance statement, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith

2008
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Paddy Hannan Burswood Park, Paddy Hannan.jpg Burswood Park, Burswood Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 1998
"Here Birdy Birdy!"[25] Public art - Here Birdy, Inglewood Library.jpg Public Library, Inglewood Clare Bailey 2004
3 Children, "Hopscotch" Burswood Park, Hopscotch.jpg Burswood Park Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 1995
"Iris Metropolitan" Public art -Iris Metropolitan, Mt Lawley.jpg 81 Walcott Street, Mount Lawley Greg James 2008
unnamed Islamic artwork[26] Public art-Islamic sculpture, Bayswater, Western Australia.jpg Riverside Gardens, Bayswater Arif Satar. Commissioned by Dar Al Shifar (Inc.) 2005
"Lina"[25] Public art - Lina, City of Stirling Offices, Cedric Street, Stirling.jpg City of Stirling Offices, Cedric Street, Stirling Tony Jones 2005
"Lotus"[27] Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Nigel Helyer 2006
"Marble Bun"[27] Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Rodney Glick 2004
"Nurture and Growth" Scotch College, Swanbourne Greg James 1997
C. Y. O'Connor CyOconna.JPG C. Y. O'Connor Beach, North Coogee Tony Jones 1999
Herb Elliott and Shirley Strickland, "the Olympians" Burswood Park, Olympians.jpg Burswood Park, Burswood Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2001
"Oneness"[27] Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Ron Gomboc 2003
"Pas de deux" Public art - pas de deux.jpg Belmont City College, Belmont Greg James 2000
"Peace" – Memorial to Fallen Soldiers Midland Workshops Memorial, Western Australia.jpg Midland Railway Workshops, Midland Pietro Porcelli 1925
Pitman and Walsh Memorial (marble) Pitman and Walsh Memorial, Perth.jpg Joondalup Police Academy.
Originally installed at The Police Barracks in James Street, Perth.
Constable Douglas Cummings (uncertain), official draftsman of the Police Traffic Department.[28] 1929[29]
"Roundabout"[23] Public Art- Roundabout, Cottesloe.jpg Marine Parade (south end), Cottesloe Jennifer Cochrane 2007
Scouting monument Scout mem jamb 1979 1980 perry lakes gnangarra.jpg Perry Lakes 1982
"Sky Marker" Public art- Sky Pointer, Perth Airport.jpg Tarlton Crescent, Perth Airport Jon Tarry 2007
"Water Wing" Public art- Water Wing, Perth Airport.jpg Tarlton Crescent, Perth Airport Jon Tarry 2007
"Seed Carrier" Public art- Seed Carrier, Perth Airport.jpg Tarlton Crescent, Perth Airport Jon Tarry 2007
Socrates UWASocrates gobeirne.jpg University of Western Australia, Nedlands
"Speakers" Public art - Speakers, Vic Park Railway Station, Perth.jpg Victoria Park railway station 2010
"Spirit of the Community" Public art - Spirit of the Community, Belmont.jpg Belmont Civic Centre, Belmont Andrew Kay 1999
Tribanga III Station Street, Cottesloe Clara Hali 2008
unnamed bronze Public art - 356 Oxford Street, Leederville.jpg 356 Oxford Street, Leederville
unnamed bronze JoondalupPoliceAcademy 007.jpg Joondalup Police Academy
"Waterlines"[25] Public art - Waterlines, Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre, Perth.jpg Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre, Inglewood Tony Jones 2001
Vlamingh Memorial[30] Public Art-Vlamingh memorial, Cottesloe, Western Australia.jpg Cottesloe
Willem de Vlamingh Public art - Willem de Vlamingh, Burswood.jpg Burswood Park, Burswood Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith
Aboriginal Tribal Leader Yagan Yagan Statue, Western Australia.jpg Heirisson Island, Perth Robert Hitchcock 1984

Regional[edit]

Includes artworks in Western Australian country and regional centres.

Name Image Location Artist Year
Aboriginal Female Pearl Diver[31] Foreshore, Broome Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2010
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Middleton Beach, Albany
Antony Gormley Statues, Lake Ballard Lake Ballard WA.jpg Lake Ballard Antony Gormley 2003
Nicholas Baudin Nicolas Baudin Albany.jpg Albany Peter Gelencser 2005
Nicholas Baudin Baudin bust busselton gnangarra 05.JPG Busselton Peter Gelencser 2005
David Brand Shire of Irwin office foyer, Dongara
Lord Forrest Forrest bust LeBuse gnangarra.JPG Bunbury Mark Le Buse 1979
"Box Jellies" Geraldton Lotteries House – Sanford St, Geraldton Peter Zappa 2010
"Brother and Sister" Publicart-brother and sister, bunbury2.jpg Roundabout on Victoria Street, Bunbury Russell Sheridan
Camel Train (Tin Camels) Prinsep Street Roundabout, Norseman
"Circus Train – Slow Down" Leschenault Inlet Foreshore, Bunbury Alex Mickle, Nicole Mickle 2010
Desert Mounted Corps Memorial Desert Mounted Corps.jpg Mount Clarence, Albany Charles Gilbert, Paul Montford, Sir Bertram Mackennal 1968
"Red Dog" (The Pilbara Wanderer) Dampier Red Dog, Western Australia (cropped).jpg High Street, Dampier
Sir John Forrest St Paul's Place, Corner Victoria and Stephens Streets, Bunbury Mark Lebuse 1979
Paddy Hannan Kalgoorlie John MacLeod 1929
Hard Hat Pearl Diver Carnarvon Street, Broome Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 1999
Miners Monument Corner Burt and Lane Streets, Boulder Clement. P. Somers 1984
Mokare Mokare statue.jpg Albany Terry Humble 1997
"The Navigators" ("Gateway"/"Four Winds Monument") Australind Bypass Roundabout Bunbury Jon Tarry 2000
"Norseman" (Prospectors horse) Corner Roberts and Ramsay Streets, Norseman Robert Hitchcock
Onslow War Memorial Onslow Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2006
"Patrick" (pelican) Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah Claire Bailey
Frederick Henry Piesse Public art - GH Piesse, Katanning.jpg Austral Terrace, Katanning Pietro Porcelli 1916
Brigadier A.W. Potts Public art - Brigadier A.W. Potts, Kojonup.jpg Kojonup Greg James 2007
"Shirely Shell"[32] Transperth Mandurah Station decoration.jpg Mandurah railway station, Mandurah
32°31′38″S 115°44′48″E / 32.527148°S 115.746621°E / -32.527148; 115.746621
Coral Lowry 2007
HMAS Sydney Memorial Western Australia - Geraldton - HMAS Sydney Memorial - 0097.jpg Mount Scott Park, Corner George Road and Brede Street, Geraldton Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2001
"Water Dance"[33] Water Dance.JPG Forrest Highway, Lake Clifton
32°37.860′S 115°48.884′E / 32.631000°S 115.814733°E / -32.631000; 115.814733
Anne Neil 2009
Unnamed sculpture Publicart-ocean road cervantes.jpg Indian Ocean Drive near Cervantes 2010

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Western Australian State Government Percent for Art Scheme". Department of Culture and the Arts. Retrieved 29 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Percent for Public Art". Town of Vincent. Retrieved 29 January 2011. 
  3. ^ "Art Challenge". Scoop Online. 29 June 2010. 
  4. ^ "The Story of Ascalon". St George's Cathedral. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
  5. ^ "Sir Charles Court statue unveiled in Perth CBD". The West Australian. 29 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "Grow Your Own". Public Art Research (blog). 13 February 2012. 
  7. ^ "$1m sculpture erected in Forrest Place". PerthNow. 18 August 2011. 
  8. ^ "Judith Statue". Public Art Around the World. Retrieved 14 July 2012. 
  9. ^ "Kangaroos on the Terrace". 
  10. ^ "General Purposes Committee". City of Perth. 19 July 2005. p. 12. 
  11. ^ "Stirling Gardens, Perth City". Anne Neil. 
  12. ^ "Lord Mayor unveils new CBD sculpture". City of Perth. 5 March 2010. 
  13. ^ http://www.lorennagrant.com/
  14. ^ "Art City". City of Perth. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
  15. ^ Der Rufer, plaque, Perth Cultural Centre
  16. ^ David Bromfield. "Recollections of Memory: Akio Makigawa". Retrieved 7 February 2011. 
  17. ^ "Memorial unveiled to Western Australia's Forgotten Australians". Perth Cultural Centre. Western Australian State Government. 13 December 2010. Retrieved 28 January 2011. 
  18. ^ "Shimmer adds final sparkle to Claisebrook". The West Australian. 14 March 2012. 
  19. ^ "Memorials". Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority. Retrieved 30 January 2011. 
  20. ^ "The South African War Memorial – Kings Park". The Aiming Post. The Royal Australian Artillery Historical Society of Western Australia Newsletter. August 1999. p. 7. 
  21. ^ a b "New dinosaurs discovered in Synergy Parkland". Synergy. 15 March 2010. 
  22. ^ Asteroid, Nedlands plaque
  23. ^ a b "Artist Subsidies and Purchases, Cottesloe 2009". sculptureinternational.com. Retrieved 25 February 2011. 
  24. ^ The Dancer, Nedlands plaque
  25. ^ a b c "Art in Our Landscape". City of Stirling. Retrieved 10 February 2011. 
  26. ^ "Council Minutes". City of Bayswater. 22 February 2005. 
  27. ^ a b c "Sculpture Park". Edith Cowan University. Retrieved 17 May 2014. 
  28. ^ "WALSH PITMAN MEMORIAL.". Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916–1938) (Kalgoorlie, WA: National Library of Australia). 10 January 1928. p. 19. Retrieved 1 May 2011. 
  29. ^ "MEMORIAL TO TWO GALLANT POLICEMEN.". The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879–1954) (Perth, WA: National Library of Australia). 1 November 1929. p. 26. Retrieved 1 May 2011. 
  30. ^ "The Vlamingh memorials at Cottesloe". fremantlebiz (blog). Retrieved 25 February 2011. 
  31. ^ Prior, Flip (30 November 2010). "Tribute to Broomes forgotten women". The West Australian. West Australian Newspapers Pty Ltd. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
  32. ^ "Catalogoe of Mandurah's Public Art, Monuments, Mosaics and Murals". City of Mandurah. Retrieved 8 February 2011. 
  33. ^ http://anneneil.com.au/water-dance-2009/

Further reading[edit]

  • Public art a feature of Perth and Fremantle. In Transwa Express, Mar–Apr 2004, p. 4–5,

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