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The Maryborough Mural Trail

The Maryborough Mural Trail

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About The Maryborough Mural Trail

Be inspired by Maryborough’s growing tourist attraction and walk the Mural Trail, telling the quirky and serious stories of the city’s colourful past from the time when it was Queensland’s major industrial city building naval ships, sugar mills and railway rolling stock.

Launched in 2015, the trail now has 37 large scale murals and installations adorning buildings in the city’s Central Business District.

Start your journey in Kent Street at the Maryborough Visitor Information Centre in City Hall and collect a trail map and while there learn about the baking of the historic Peace Cake and how the trail began.

The map shows the location of each mural and installation and makes suggestions on how the two kilometres trail over 10 city blocks can be walked in separate sections if distance and mobility is a concern, or in one continuous journey of discovery.

Staff at the visitor centre will point out the many coffee and speciality shops, parks and places to relax along the way, making this one of Maryborough’s unique experiences.

Accessibility Information

The trail covers about 2 km or 10 city blocks and can be walked in sections or as a whole. A trail map is available from the Visitor Information Centre at the Town Hall in Kent Street or download it from their website. The murals are created by local and visiting artists and are supported by the community and the Fraser Coast Regional Council. The murals are on level or gently sloping streets with wide footpaths making them easily viewable by people of all abilities.

Actively welcomes people with access needs.


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