Eumundi Street Art Trail


Eumundi Street Art

Our town is known for its colourful, quirky ways and is full of artisan delights. From galleries, to gift shops, and of course our markets, there is creativity everywhere.
But did you know this artistic flair spills over into the streets lighting up various nooks and crannies throughout the town?!

Turn your head and you can see art in different shapes and forms in every little corner! Discover these street art treasures in alley ways, across outdoor walls, inside cafes and bars, and even on the bins! Next time you visit be sure to follow our Street Art Trail Map and be inspired at how art can help transform a town!

Take a tour though our town!

1.No better way than starting your day at Humdrum Espresso with coffee and a treat. When entering the Humdrum Espresso car park look to your left and you will see the first piece of street art, situated behind the Sala Thai building.

2. 3. 4. 5. Meander around the back of the cafe, through the park and check out the art that now lights up the Caplick Way underpass (2. and 3.) and on bins panels in the Dick Caplick Park(4.), and Memorial Drive(5.). These were created during the 2017 Horizon Festival, and feature the following artists: Murphy Campbell (Eumundi), David Houghton (Sunshine Coast), SkullCap (Brisbane), Fuzeillear (Sunshine Coast), Greg Beasley (Sunshine Coast), Silly Sully (Melbourne), Joel Birch (Sunshine Coast), Liz Robins (Eumundi), Tomsen Art (Brisbane), BK DIECI (Sydney), Mr Mupz (Sunshine Coast), and RAAAN (Sunshine Coast)

6. Wander through the Original Eumundi Market grounds towards the Eumundi RV Stop Here you will see a mural of the incredible Body Art Festival. If visiting on a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday be sure to check out the Eumundi Square Markets.

7. Trek back up to the old Bohemian Bungalow Restaurant and check out the love heart art inspired by the John Lennon Wall in Prague – Czech Republic.

8. Just towards your right up the side of Cinnabar Soul’s shop is a quote by Banksy and a homage to Dame Edna Everage.

9. Stroll down Memorial Drive to the Eumundi Pavillion Markets where you will see colourful Indigenous art along the rock wall. This project has an amazing story – stay tuned, more info on this coming next month… On Market days be sure to pop into Deadly Espresso for some bush tucker tea and treats.

10. Call into the coast’s best bookshop and the quirky cafe next door where you will see fun art on their cafe walls. Outside of Berkelouw Cafe and The Bakehouse alley you will find a mural by Mort Murray and Vicki Murray. Can you also spot the “Brothers” art, also by Vicki Murray? If you’re in need of a little treat, pop into the Bakery before you keep moving!

11. A couple steps down, the Pipe wall on Pearl’s for girls wall brings yet another artistic treat to our main street.

12. 13. Finish up with a cold beer and a feed at The Imperial Hotel. This amazing space is full of colourful pieces that will inspire creativity and leave your heart full of happiness.

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