Harmony Art Trail

Explore the Harmony Art Trail and be inspired!

HARMONY art trail

Did you know... The suburbs surrounding The Square Mirrabooka make up one of the most culturally diverse areas in Australia, home to more than 50 different nationalities? Explore the murals around the centre and be inspired by some of the different cultures. Discover the meaning behind each mural, and hear from the artists who created them! 


Located outside the Woolworths entrance, off Chesterfield Road

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


Located outside the Gloria Jeans entrance, off Sudbury Road

Local indigenous artist Jade Dolman of J.D. Penagke has painted a large-scale mural depicting her interpretation of 'Mirrabooka' and incorporating native flowers. Kadidjiny Djet means learning from the flowers. See more information about the Kadidjiny Djet mural here.


Located outside the Coles entrance off Chesterfield Road

To celebrate EID, middle-eastern artist Aumar Bahram of Serenity Colours has painted a mural featuring geometric patterns and designs. The designs relfect the different cultures coming together to celebrate the new moon.


Located outside the Big W entrance, off Yirrigan Drive

The mural 'Deki Adi', features the portrait of Eliana from the Tigrayan community & Ziggy from the Noongar community. The mural intertwines the cultural heritage of two community's and highlights their shared connections to land, and the importance of preserving and celebrating culture through to the next generation.