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GNAROJIN CREEK Category Feature


Gnarojin Creek Public Art

The Gnarojin Creek Public Art project ran between 2010 and 2013 and involved a series of public art projects that have revitalised the creek’s walking trail and public space.

The public art pieces consist of a 3m tall concrete Rainbow Serpent sculpture, three boomerang shaped seats depicting the six Noongar seasons, the reinvigoration of a series of poles that had been installed along Gnarojin creek in 1993 and 1994, and beautiful mosaic works placed on existing rock formations along the creek that that tell the story of The Charrnock Woman from the Dreamtime.

All projects

CAN Perth Head Office

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

PO Box 7514 Cloisters Square WA 6850

King Street Arts Centre
Ground Floor 357-365 Murray St
Perth WA 6000

08 9226 2422

ABN: 72106364407

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