The City’s Water and Waste (WW) Directorate is continuing the program, ‘Water Walls’, to combat graffiti and enhance the visual appeal of prominent WW assets across the city.
The purpose of this project is to transform ordinary assets into visually appealing works of art while targeting graffiti hotspots.
enhance the visual appeal of WW assets
showcase the talents of local artists
cover existing graffiti on assets
reduce the likelihood of new or recurring graffiti attacks.
The intent of this programme is to cover exiting graffiti on the assets where present and reduce the likelihood of new or recurring graffiti attacks.
Artists will transform the facades of selected assets and buildings including sewer pump stations, switchboard cabinets and water reservoirs by implementing beautification methods such as painting or wrapping assets in laminated artwork designs.
The following sewer pump stations are the next Water and Waste assets to undergo the Water Walls transformation for 2019:
PS D6 - Falkinder Avenue, Paradise Point, Division 3