Artsplorers Visit: Adelaide’s Street Art

Street art has become such a colorful and vibrant part of urban life in many cities. Its boldness and accessibility makes it a perfect outlet for some sneaky art appreciation with kids. A few months ago, Leah from Kid Bucket List gave us an introduction to Sydney’s street art, and how she uses it to to talk to her daughter about visual art. Today, we get to take a look at Adelaide’s street art through the lens of Liv from the hilarious Eenie Meenie Miney Mum and Lauren from the inspiring Teacher Types. Put some of these locations on your list if you’re in Adelaide (but don’t be surprised to find something new, as street art is always changing!).

Left to Right
Top row
– Robsart Street Parkside
– Princess Elizabeth Playground, South Terrace
– Port Adelaide
Second Row
– Adelaide airport
– Howard Florey Reserve Parkside
– Mary Place Unley
Third row
– Noosa Junction (not Adelaide obvs but too pretty not to include)
– Mary Street Unley
– Howard Florey Reserve Parkside
Left to Right
Top row
– Little Rundle Street Kent Town
– Little Rundle Street “Art Project” Kent Town
– Henley Beach
Second Row
– Civic Park Modbury
– Cibo Espresso Hindly Street, Adelaide
– Semaphore Foreshore Carousel
Third Row
– Gilbert Street Goodwood
– Fifth Street Bowden
– Ann Street Stepney
Thank you for sharing your city’s art with us, Liv and Lauren!
Be sure to pop over and visit Eenie Meenie Miney Mum and Teacher Types.