Baldivs: street artists reveals new work at The Edge estate


Street artist Stormie Mills and Perron Developments development manager Lyle Kenny.
Street artist Stormie Mills and Perron Developments development manager Lyle Kenny.

INTERNATIONALLY renowned Perth street artist Stormie Mills has completed a wall mural called Family at The Edge estate in Baldivis.

The mural is representative of the close-knit families that historically lived in the Baldivis and Rockingham areas and acknowledges the new families moving into the area making Baldivis their home.

Mills has been invited to complete murals all over the world, such as London, Los Angeles and Greece.

His Pink Bunny won the People’s Choice Award at the 2015 Sculptures by the Sea.

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Now Baldivis residents can live among cool street art.

Family is in the new central park of The Edge estate, Baldivis.

The artwork can be enjoyed from the walk trails, the nature playground, the contemplation benches or just sitting under the shade of stunning mature Tuart trees that have been retained within the estate.

There is also a new all-ages kick around oval and even a hopscotch game has been provided.

Perron Developments development manager Lyle Kenny said it was a strong and deliberate focus to bring a cool edginess to Baldivis.