Around Rochester there are more than 50 murals to be found. The Murals Map may help, also the location buttons on this page. The most recently installed are at the bottom of this page.
Painted by Malcolm Nicholson in 2017 this mural can be seen from Edward Street on the east wall of Rochester Primary School.
Painted in 2016 by Joyce Dempsey and Maryann Jenkins this mural is also found at Rochester Primary School
Painted by Steve Monk in 2018 this mural can be seen as you fill your tank with fuel at the Rochester Ampol. Ask for a mural discount.
Painted by Paul Scott in 2018 this mural can be seen as you enjoy the fresh food prepared by the kitchen at the Rochester Ampol. Wow it's good.
This 2016 mural painted by John Stevens is now on the wall of the Metalwork room at Rochester Secondary College. It is visible from Echuca Road.
Jon Lam painted this mural in 2017. It is visible from the Echuca Road side of Rochester Secondary College.
This mural painted by Sharon Fensom in 2016 is also at Camp Kookaburra.
This mural painted by Wei Luan and Kathleen Watson in 2016 is now at Rochester Tyres and Batteries. Remember if you have the wheels they'll have the rubber.
Damian Cazaly painted this mural in 2017. It is now on the back wall of a shop but it is able to be seen as you go by on the train, or you could look to the left when you visit the Silo Art in Rochester
Look to the back of the Chemist Shop in Rochester as you exit the Shire Offices and you will see this 2019 mural by Jon Lam.
Painted by Frances Wregg and Georgina Roberts in 2019 this mural is easy to see when you visit RPS.
Painted by Kristen Scherlies in 2019 the Yarn Bomb has made a dull wall fun at Rochester Primary School.
These murals painted by Ellsworth Overton and Jarrad Martyn now hide miscellaneous items too numerous to mention in the Paul Evans Yard. Support Evo because he supports us.
Painted by Ellsworth Overton in 2017 This mural called "Role up Role up" is now located in Ellsworth Lane. You will see it if you park behind the Rochy Fitness Centre.
This mural found on the south side of the Darby Building was painted by Kerry Nicholson in 2015. Remember Mumbles when you look at it while you ride like the wind along Lowry Street.
Another mural by Kerry Nicholson, this one painted in 2018 is now on the front wall of Graeme Nelson Motors. Use this link to find out more about them.
This 2015 John Stevens Mural is one of two that you see when you enter Rochester's newest caravan park. The mural is called "Nature's Ecstasy".
John Stevens also painted this 2018 Mural. It has the title "Souvenirs of the Landscape" and fits well it the friendly surrounds of the Rochester Caravan Park in Pascoe Street.
This 2020 Mural by Susan Greentree is now owned by the lateral thinking owners of The Cafe Rochester.
Go to 61 Mackay Street and see the mural while you have a delicious coffee and a snack.
It's a long way to the sea but you can fish near this mural. Find it on the River Walk as you head towards the Red Bridge. A 2015 mural by Thurston and Spence.
This mural painted by Judy Sens in 2017 can be seen from Edward Street on the east side of the Art Room at Rochester PS.
A pirate after another engaging day at the Rochester Kindergarten, is trying to blend in to this brilliant Kristen Scherlies 2020 mural.
A mural painted by Susan Greentree in 2015 can now be seen from Edward Street on the east end of the library at Rochester Primary School.
Found in the Hospital grounds, this mural was painted by Murray Ross and Jill Conway in 2021. See if you can find the hidden outdoor dunnies. This mural was donated by David Williams.
Another popular mural found in the Hospital grounds, this mural was painted by Damian Cazaly in 2015. Nellie Melba is hoping the future of the hospital is positive. Donated by Rochester Rotary.
Another mural found in the Hospital grounds, this mural was painted by Kerry and Malcolm Nicholson in 2016. This mural was donated by Rochester Rotary.
Also found in the Hospital grounds, this mural was painted by Ellsworth Overton in 2016 to the theme "Times of Change". This mural was donated by David Williams.
Painted by Steve Monk in 2019 this mural is found outside the Criterion Hotel. The pub is worth a visit as well.