A Semi -Regular Photo Blog about Life in Northern New South Wales, Australia.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Reservoir Whales

Artist Lee Holmes has transformed the once dull grey Woolgoolga Headland reservoir into a vibrant mural that celebrates the migration of the Humpback Whales between May and October every year. She has done such a good job that I couldn't find one graffiti tag on the art work and it is now over 6 months old!

Woolgoolga Headland is a delightful location at anytime of the year. Its commanding position has great views for 360 degrees.

Scenic Sunday


  1. That's a fantastic mural let's keep our fingers crossed no one sprays graffiti over it because it would be a sad loss, i especially like the albino Humpback Whale very rare indeed :-).

  2. A terrific mural, Mark. Thanks for showing it.


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