Proving that you can find street art pretty much everywhere these days I found a fair amount in Alice Springs. There was one wall in particular that impressed with a sci-fi camel, robotic eagle, scary parrot, giant snail, alien flowers and a local fella.
There was a somewhat surreal montage by the old Stuart Town (Alice’s previous name) Gaol featuring camels and police cars.
The building site for the new Supreme Court of the Northern Territory had a few basic but effective works.
As did shutters to a closed shop in the evening.
My backpackers had some by a chess set of sand filled bottles.
More educational than artistic but this was a pretty handy map of Australia. I’ve done a fair amount of the place now, but hoping to get to Kakadu and along the west coast from Perth to Broome at some point.
Few more random finds around town.
There were also a few lights around, including an erie green light in town, and beautiful lights at the Alice’s Secret Travellers Inn, which was a welcome surprise when I got back.
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