Public Art

Call for Expressions of Interest from Public Artists - Tribute to Health Care Workers

The City of Nedlands is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced artists to create a contemporary public artwork. The artwork will pay tribute to health care workers who have supported the community through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Deadline for EOI submissions is 2 pm, 20 October 2021.

Full details for submission requirements can be found in the EOI document.

For further information, please contact Alison Barrett at


The City of Nedlands is home to a diverse collection of public artwork, located throughout the suburbs of Nedlands, Dalkeith, Mt Claremont, Swanbourne, Shenton Park and Floreat. 


Current public artworks

The artworks, their artist and location are listed below:

Artwork Artist Location
Asteroids Rick Vermey Broadway and The Avenue roundabout, Nedlands
Boat Story Claire Bailey Hampden Rd, Nedlands
6009 Anne Neil & Steve Tepper Corner Stirling Hwy and Smyth Rd, Nedlands
Feathers Anne Neil North St and Marine Pde roundabout, Swanbourne
A Walk in the Park Judith Forrest Masons Gardens, Dalkeith
Snapshots of Lupin Hill Judith Forrest Hollywood redevelopment and Dot Bennett Park, Nedlands
Trolley Poles Banners Tony Pankiw Stirling Hwy from Mountjoy Rd to Loftus St, Nedlands
The Odd Couple Susan Flavell College Park, Nedlands (south-east corner)
Group of Little People Richie Kuhaupt College Park, Nedlands (north-west corner)
Loyalty Ayad Alqaragholli Carrington Park, Nedlands
Burnside Spit, Hall Mark & Outer Dolphin Tony Jones Genesta Park, Delkeith
Grandis Leaf Leanne Bray Nagal Pass, near Stubbs Terrace