Public Art in Queanbeyan
Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council has adopted a public art policy for the City and has established a Public Art Advisory Panel to consider and advise on public art projects and proposals. The Public Art Policy can be downloaded here.
A walking tour has been developed to take in all the wonderful Public Art that is in and around the Queanbeyan CBD. Below is a map which will guide your around the Public Art Walk. The walk starts at the Sensory Garden in Ray Morton Park and you can download the full brochure by clicking on the map.
Public artworks have been installed at the following locations around the City including:
- 'Morty' the Snail in Ray Morton Park by the river (pictured above)
- Bird sculptures on top of the street signs - Crawford Street lifestyle precinct
- Flora panels on the street bins - Crawford Street lifestyle precinct
- Mosaic panels on the outdoor seating - Crawford Street lifestyle precinct
- Honour Walk plaques in the pavement featuring notable Queanbeyan people - Crawford Street lifestyle precinct
- Names of historic people engraved on the street bollards - Crawford Street lifestyle precinct
- Kimono artwork and Cherry Blossoms in the Sister City Park
- Volunteers mosaic artwork seat in Elizabeth Park by the river
- John Gale sculpture located on the corner of Monaro and Lowe Streets
- Poetry panels installed in Poets Lane, Historical Museum, Riverbank Café and at Jerrabomberra Pond
- Aboriginal Mural at Letchworth Community Centre (pictured below)