Thursday, 15 October 2009

Kogarah, mural

This mural which adorns one of the walls of the Kaimaki Café in Post Office Lane at Kogarah, features local landmarks and symbols. These include the water reed which is a symbol of Kogarah, whose name was derived from an Aboriginal word for 'place of reeds' and a Dragon, which is the symbol of the St George area. Landmarks include the Kogarah Community Centre building and Norfolk Island Pines along Botany Bay. There are also a whale and dolphins off the coast, pelicans and boys playing soccer and football in the St George colours of red and white.

5 comments:

  1. Yes, I like the art work too and hope that it remains graffiti-free.

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  2. Thanks for sharing this interesting mural with us.

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  3. hey we both posted murals work this week...I love such public displays of art

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  4. It has got a historical touch. Brilliant picture of Kogarah mural!

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