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The All Walls Street Art Festival in Coffs Harbour has concluded with resounding success, adding to the vibrant tapestry of diverse murals while celebrating local culture, wildlife conservation, and artistic innovation. The festival, held from 11-19 November, featured the incredible contributions of eight accomplished muralists, each bringing their unique artistic vision to the coastal town.

These new permanent murals are thanks to 8 incredible artists including Steen Jones, Brentos, Manuel Guirao, Eve Bracewell, Matty Seisenbacher of Oh Yes! Hello Please, Matty Day, and Tayla Broekman. From abstract to realism and everything in between, the eclectic line-up of artists has allowed the City Centre to diversify its street art scene dramatically. Locals and visitors alike can check these out anytime by visiting the festival Street Art Map at The festival team suggests taking time to pitstop at businesses along the way like Sugar Plum Cakery and My Mate’s Place across the street from Brentos’ mural while enjoying a DIY Street Art tour.

Adding to the festival experience, King Tide Brewing presented the official All Walls beer can which is still available for purchase. Crafted to complement the artistic spirit of the event, this special edition can allows people to enjoy a unique and refreshing beverage while commemorating the vibrant street art culture of Coffs Harbour. If you swing by, you can also grab a limited edition All Walls Festival shirt.

Lindsay Russell from Broken Open Productions and festival Co-Director stated:

“These murals will have an outstanding impact on the community. From boosting local businesses by making streets more appealing to simply making someone’s daily walk to work more enjoyable, the street art tour acting as a free healthy activity for those to enjoy throughout the year.”

Next time you’re looking for an activity, come explore the new street art.

Image credit: James Lander Photography

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