Cowaramup or ‘Cowie’ is a quirky and compact town encircled by undulating paddocks, as famous for its life-sized fibreglass cows as its wine and surf. Contrary to popular belief, the town name means ‘place of the cowara bird’ in the indigenous Wadandi language, named after the purple crowned lorikeets that flit through the tallest trees. Find artworks honouring the cowara birds and the Friesians which still feature in the town’s industry, plus other themes important to the community in the Cowaramup Street Art Trail. After you’ve explored the mosaic of artworks, explore some of the local produce and artisan wares peppered along the main street.
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Get off the beaten track and choose your own artistic adventure. Use your phone to navigate and follow the art trail or go rogue and visit the artworks that pique your interest. There’s plenty of creative talent and hidden gems to unearth.
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If a particular artwork tickles your fancy, go behind the scenes for further insight. See a time lapse video of the artwork creation or listen to an artist interview – be immersed in the artist’s inspiration with a meaningful look into their process.
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Do you love the work of a particular artist? Read about each artist, their experience and influences, see more of their art and learn what makes them tick, then visit their website and social media pages.
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Coming soon! Bring art to life through augmented reality. You’ll be able to reveal hidden layers using your phone and engage with the artworks in delightful and unexpected ways.
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