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Public Art in Bicton

Bicton is a suburb nestled along the Swan River on the south side of Perth. It was established in the 1830s by John Hole Duffield as a vineyard and became the colony’s first commercially operated vineyard. The traditional owners of the area, the Beeliar of the indigenous people, used the sandbar at Point Walter as a crossing. It was known as Dyoondalup (place of white sand).

City of Melville Public Art Program: The City of Melville’s public art collection consists of over 80 artworks that have been acquired through artist commissions, exhibition purchases, donations, community arts projects and ongoing programs such as the Adopt-a-Stop Bus Shelter Program and PHAZE Urban Art Program. City of Melville website.

Habibi sculpture

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