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Rediscover Armadale Walking Urban Art Trail

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 1.8 km

The 1.8 km Rediscover Armadale Walking Urban Art Trail takes you through the Armadale City centre, including the Jull Street Mall and Minnawarra Park. The trail showcases art works from local, national and international artists and is wheelchair and pram friendly.

Instigated by the Armadale Chamber of Commerce, this sculpture is a tribute to the history and heritage of the area. 
The seats around the sculpture invite people to rest in a subtle tribute to the local brick and manufacturing industries.
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Trail Start

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The trail starts near the Dept of Fire & Emergency Services building, 234 Jull Street Mall, opposite the Armadale Train Station

Trail End

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The trail ends at the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre

Since 2010 Askew One has evolved his art practice more into the urban-contemporary or post-graffiti realm.


The themes of Sharyn’s work are informed by the experiences of her life as a Noongar woman.

Creed Birch is a multidisciplinary artist whose work features repeated patterns and carefully considered colour schemes sourced from his urban surroundings.

Rone is a celebrated fixture on the international street art scene.



Tahnee's whimsical style pulls in the viewer; giving glimpses of real emotional honesty, soulful femininity, fanciful patterns and a space for reflection.

Lisa King is an artist and illustrator dedicated to figurative portraiture and fashion illustration.


Adnate is an artist who realises his portraits in spray paint.

Bradley’s style of art is abstract with paintings depicted from an aerial view and illustrated in a fluid style that he has developed over the last three years.


Andrew Frazer is a multidisciplinary artist from Gelorup, Western Australia.


The Guardian stands proudly at the entrance to the Armadale City Centre.

This sculpture is a tribute to the history and heritage of the area.

These colourful ribbons complement the heritage listed Monument to those who served during WWI and those who lost their lives in WWII and Korea.

The Italo-Australian Centenary of Federation, established by the Southern Region Italo-Australian Community Foundation as part of the Armadale Centenary, acknowledges the contribution that settlers of Italian descent made to this community.

Si Hummerston’s Link represents the constant movement and flow of people and traffic through Armadale’s major intersection and entry point.

A journey into the lives and stories of the people who have made the City of Armadale their home.

A celebration of the skill and passion of Bert Tyler who has spent a lifetime restoring vintage machinery.

The Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre provides information on events, tours, attractions, accommodation, restaurants, tourist venues and natural sights of the region.
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ReDiscover Armadale Walking Urban Art Trail showcases local, national and international artists through a series of murals and sculptures. A self-paced walking tour of Armadale. Witness the streets come alive with creative energy, and be part of these shared stories.

Pop on your walking shoes and enjoy this self-guided urban art trail. Pop into one of the local cafes for a break or grab a takeaway to enjoy along your journey.

The trail starts opposite the Armadale Train Station, continuing along Jull Street, through the Mall and up to the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre. 

Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre

(08) 9394 5410

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Time / Duration

50 mins

Length

1.8 km each way

What To Pack

Group A (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

Trail Start

The trail starts near the Dept of Fire & Emergency Services building, 234 Jull Street Mall, opposite the Armadale Train Station

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Trail End

The trail ends at the Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre

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Facilities

Toilets are located at Perth Hills Armadale Visitor Centre
Parking is available at the Visitor Centre and along Jull Street and near the train station.

  • Access without assistance for the Disabled
  • Cafe
  • Car Park
  • Coach Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • Parking for Disabled
  • Public Toilet
  • Toilet Facilities for Disabled
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Picnic Area

Best time of year

Year round

Trail Access

Easy access from Armadale Train Station

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