The Street Art Walk is located in Beverly Place, Katoomba, in the heart of the Blue Mountains.
The close proximity of to Sydney makes the Street Art Walk an ideal getaway for a day trip, with the iconic Three Sisters lookout only a 10 minute walk away.
The Street Art Walk is listed in Tripadvisor’s Top 10 things to do in Katoomba.
The Street Art Walk is not a legal wall to paint. The site is designed to showcase community murals or the work of senior individual artists. Only artists or community groups with an Approval Permit from Street Art Walk’s Management Team may paint. A permit is only valid for the mural site listed on the permit and during the dates listed on the permit. Painting without a permit, outside of the designated mural site’s demarcation lines, or painting outside the dates specified in the permit is to considered illegal and will be treated as vandalism.
4 Steps to Get Painting
Firstly, thanks to the community, especially everyone who contributed to the crowd funding campaign. We are humbled by your support. Also a big thank you to: the SAMA team, Jarrod Wheatley, Damian Cooper and Giles Fryer; Mountains Youth Services Team for supporting SAMA; BMCC for their contribution and faith in the project; the Cultural Centre, in particular Director Paul Brinkman, for curation and vision; School for Social Entrepreneurs for opening doors; ING Direct for their generous donations; Riley Renovators for suggesting the location and ongoing assistance; University of Western Sydney for research and support; the building owners and tenants for providing the space; and finally, the Street Artists who make this a living project!