Outdoor Murals

Outdoor murals

Our work

From tiny private courtyards to large public spaces, The Wall Station has exceptional experience in developing and installing outdoor murals. We work with a broad range of Australian and international artists to deliver the best artwork design. Through our work with emerging and established artists that we engage for larger events such as street art festivals, The Wall Station is regularly discovering new creative talent.

Our outdoor mural work also includes the services such as wall preparation, risk assessments, safety plans, traffic management, graffiti-proof finishes, local community consultation processes and council liaison.

Whether you are looking for a mural for the back of your shed, or revamping a food truck or preparing to make a statement on a large-scale building – The Wall Station will walk you through each stage of the exciting process.



Installing large scale murals involves managing risk. The quest for best practice ensures that our policies and procedures are regularly upgraded and translated to incorporate the ever changing and broadening capabilities of our business. These include all Work Health Safety Policies, Environmental Policies, Human Resource procedures; we conduct staff, contractor and sub-contractor safety inductions for all staff working within and on behalf of, The Wall Station.

The Wall Station Environmental System Policy is of high importance to our organisation. We realise that the safety of the environment is as important as the safety of our people and the people around us. Our staff and subcontracting artists recycle aerosol cans and paint. For charity projects we utilise good quality paint and mist tints donated to waste depots to help reduce our environmental footprint.

We review our WHS Policy in an ongoing capacity to ensure that we meet with compliance standards and relevant legislation. The safety of our staff and others, including our clients, sub-contractors and the general public is our primary responsibility, and our greatest concern.

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