Noosa Junction Art Mural Laneways

Noosa Junction art mural

Do yourself a favour and go explore Noosa Junction art decorated street. The main street of Noosa Junction, Sunshine Beach Road, hosts all the best artworks to be found, curated by Sunshine Coast and Noosa local creatives.

Fans of murals should check out the ‘’boring walls’’ that have been transformed around the Noosa Junction by talented local mural artists such as Drapl and Treazy, Runamuk Visuals, Alison Mooney.



Turkey Lane with its Noosa icon the brush turkey, Arcadia Street with its kingfishers (look up!), and others at CLO Studios on Lanyana Way and the Village Bicycle pub on Sunshine Beach Road). 

Noosa Junction art murals

Check out some Noosa Junction art walls for yourself!



  • Turkey Lane (Brush turkey)
  • Drifter Lane, between Mr Drifter & Sushi Yah-man (the ship in a storm)
  • Kingfisher Square (Arcadia Street, above Eddie Cheebas)
  • CLO Studios (also known as “Love Lane”)
  • Cactus Lane (next to Frank’s Gym)
  • Grasshopper (behind Vanilla Foods)
  • Turtle (Frank’s Gym)
  • Village Bicycle (Beer garden)

Or check out the latest mural celebrating indigenous art. Chloe Tozer, co-founder of CLO Studios and local contemporary Indigenous artist, Shauna Hill, exhibited this piece, Judabeel, in Sepetmber 2021.

Getting there

Noosa Junction is a 15-minute walk to/from Hastings Street. From the centre of Sunshine Beach on Duke Street it’s a 25-minute walk along a shaded pathway that follows David Low Way to Sunshine Beach Road. Stay close by with our Noosa Junction accommodation


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