The artworks - from the imposing Workers Wall at the entrance of The Workshops, to the footprints of man and emu on a path at Woodbridge Lakes and the sets of long-legged metal sculptures along Yelverton Drive - celebrate many facets of Midland's heritage and culture.

For details on each piece’s unique story and location, please see our Midland Public Art Brochure and Map.

Where

Railway Square

Midland Railway Workshops, Main Gate, Midland WA 6056

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Public artwork in shape of a hand made from aluminium and steel
Location
Scarborough

Ethereal Welcome Hand

Artist Kylie Graham designed this three metre sculptured hand symbolic of a Noongar custom.

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Wirin statue in Yagan Square, by artist Tjyllyungoo/Lance Chadd with Trish Robinson and Stuart Green
Location
Yagan Square

Wirin

The nine metre high sculpture embodies the spirit and culture of the Noongar people.

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Location
Elizabeth Quay

Signature Ring

Hundreds of thousands of past school students signatures etched in copper plates that were collected in 1999 as part of the millennium celebrations.

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