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

  • CrossKnit by Matthew Harding

    MAMA's Skin

    Wrapping around MAMA is a revolutionary 24-hour skin of multimedia, kinetic art and projected video.

    Read more about MAMA's Skin

  • Bright pink snail on green lawns of QEII Square Albury

    Q Gallery

    Q Gallery is the MAMA outdoor space full of new creative expressions in QEII square.

    Read more about Q Gallery

  • AMP Lane Albury lit up in the evening

    Q Avenue: Luminsque and AMP Laneway

    Walking on the Luminsque 'Vine' pattern embedded in Q Avenue reflects the significance of Albury's present vine-growing in the region.

    Read more about Q Avenue: Luminsque and AMP Laneway

  • Fallon Cellar Timber Seats in Dean Street Albury

    Fallon Cellar Timber Seating

    The former Fallon Cellar timber beams, first constructed in 1869, have been waiting for their 'rebirth' and have come back to us in the form of seating elements around Albury.

    Read more about Fallon Cellar Timber Seating

  • Superb Fairy Wren sculpture in Browns Lagoon Albury

    Browns Lagoon

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

    Read more about Browns Lagoon

  • Sculptures at Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

    Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

    Thirteen breathtaking sculptures by local Aboriginal artists have been installed along the 5km of Wagirra Trail between Kremur Street and Wonga Wetlands.

    Read more about Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

  • Spider Orchid Sculpture

    East Street Gateway Public Art

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

    Read more about East Street Gateway Public Art