Trails set art scene

Mandurah Art Gallery curator Gary Aitken and Nadine Heinen with a trails brochure.
Mandurah Art Gallery curator Gary Aitken and Nadine Heinen with a trails brochure.

The trails are broken down into the Mandurah City walk and the Mandurah Marina walk, offering the chance to explore Mandurah�s unique and diverse public artwork.

The trails encourage health and well-being as they double up as walking trails, creating an active approach to enjoying art.

More than 30 artworks are on view.

Brochures have been produced that offer insight into the meaning behind each artwork and how they link into the environment in which they are situated.

Nadine Heinen from MAPTO said the brochures would inspire locals and tourists to go on an art safari and take a different look at Mandurah.

�We have designed the brochures in line with the Peel Region�s destination campaign Anytime Adventures that encourages people to rediscover Mandurah and the Peel region as a quick getaway for all sorts of adventures from the extreme to culinary and art,�� she said.

�We also aim to drive more people to place such as the marina precinct to discover the art trail and support local businesses.�

The Public Art Trail brochures are available from the Mandurah Visitor Information Centre, online on the City�s website or www.visitpeel.com.au and the Trails WA website.