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Public Art

Public art describes creative work or activities which are located in the public realm and readily accessible to the broader community, it may be temporary or permanent in design. Public art is a way of expressing ourselves and telling a story about our community, it can be seen as a talking point and an opportunity for wonder, reflection and enjoyment.

Public Art map in Port Stephens

TitleLocation
Botanica mural Jewellery shop arcade, 28 William St, Raymond Terrace.
Open 8.30 to 5.30 Mon to Fri, 8.30 to 2pm Saturdays
Gerald Fish sculpture On the walkway in the park behind the athletics fields in Raymond Terrace on the Hunter River near the Fitzgerald Bridge.     
Whale Tail sculptures There are three whale tail sculptures located at d'Albora Marina in Nelson Bay, along the foreshore.
Pumphouse mural Boomerang Park in Raymond Terrace (can be viewed from the road along Irrawang Street).
Revealed by Time and TideRevealed by Time and Tide can be found in Vantage estate in Corlette on Mooring Avenue (top of the hill).
The Meeting Place PolesThe meeting place poles can be found at Koala Bay in Tanilba Bay.
Sea Urchins The sea urchin sculptures live at d'Albora Marina in Nelson Bay.
Water WanderingLocated on the exterior wall of the Woolworths on Ferodale Road in Medowie.
Serpent mosaicThe mosaic serpeant can be found at Riverside Park in Raymond Terrace (near the playground). Riverside Park runs along Hunter Street.
Walk of ArtThe Walk of Art runs from the waterfront near D'Albora Marina to Apex Park and along the Yacaaba Street extension.

Contact Port Stephens

Read the Port Stephens Cultural Plan or the Public Art Policy and Guidelines on our Policies page. For more information or to discuss possible public art projects please contact the Community Development and Engagement Team.