Public Art

If you're one of the many people who've been intrigued and delighted by the artworks in public spaces around Albury, or if you've been proud to show your visitors the city's wonderful monuments and memorials, you may be interested to know that these works are supported by AlburyCity's Urban and Public Art Strategy.

AlburyCity recognises that high quality places can be created and given added value through innovative integration of art, design, architecture and related elements to assist the community to develop a sense of pride and identity. Together with appropriate and inspired design, the incorporation of artwork in the public space is vital to community and cultural development, playing a key role in urban renewal, place-making, urban design and tourism.

Currently around Albury

  • Degrees of Separation (Crossing Paths) by Matthew Harding

    Degrees of Separation (Crossing Paths)

    Matthew Harding was a renowned Australian sculpture who pushed the boundaries of materials and process and created objects to feed the spirit.

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  • Spider Orchid Sculpture

    Grow

    Grow by Warren Langley, situated on the East Freeway exit into Albury, represents the endangered crimson spider orchid, found only on Nail Can Hill.

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  • The River

    The River is a thought-provoking abstract work which, in the words of the artist, depicts the links between Albury’s café culture and the Murray River.

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  • Superb Fairy Wren sculpture in Browns Lagoon Albury

    Fairy Wren

    The Superb Fairy Wren by Wagga Wagga artist John Wood installed in Browns Lagoon is attracting visitors and birdlife.

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  • AMP Laneway Lights

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  • Creative NBN Boxes

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  • Mural Art

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