Community art trail

Did you know, Mirrabooka is one of the most diverse and multicultural suburbs in Western Australia, home to more than 50 different nationalities?

Explore the Community Art Trail and be inspired by the different cultures that make up Mirrabooka. Discover the meaning behind each mural, and hear from the artists who created them! Stay tuned for more murals coming soon. 

Share a photo of your favourite mural to Instagram with the tags @thesquaremirrabooka and #TSMCommunityArtTrail for your chance to WIN.


Located outside the Gloria Jeans entrance, off Sudbury Road

During the July School Holidays, local indigenous artist Jade Dolman of J.D. Penagke painted a large-scale mural depicting her intepretation of 'Mirrabooka' and incorporating native flowers. Kadidjiny Djet means learning from the flowers

AN interview with the artist 

Learn about Jade's story, what inspired her to start painting, and how her works reflect and celebrate indigenous culture. Plus, discover the meanings behind her mural at The Square Mirrabooka. 

Harmony MURAL

Located outside the Woolworths entrance, off Chesterfield Road

To celebrate Harmony Week, artist Linzi Carter painted a series of vibrant Mandalas. Mandalas traditionally embody the philosophy of 'unity' and have been seen and used across many different countries.

the making of a mural

Watch as the Harmony Mural slowly comes to life in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video. Be inspired by the intricate details within each mandala symbol.