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Courtyard Mural “Bulag Wilam Country”

Cranbourne Community House was successful in their application  for a grant through the  Victorian Federation Grants Scheme to celebrate the Centenary of Federation in 2001.

Gwen Elliot OA officially opened the Mural in our courtyard “Bulag Wilam Country” on 17th December 2001.


Local artist and Community House art tutor Trish Knox researched and designed the project that depicts a selection of flora and fauna in Australia in 1901.


Warren Warboys from the Cranbourne Botanic Gardens assisted Trish in her research. Many volunteer hours were donated to the mural and Bill Smith, also an artist assisted.



Studio Wall Mural “Tale of Mar-Ne-Bec”

Cr. Wayne Smith officially unveiled the mural on 15th May 1997 which realized the dream of Trish Knox, local artist and Community House art tutor of Cranbourne Community House who undertook a special project on the studio wall.


Trish donated her art skills, time and research to this project.  The Community House only supplied the materials to complete the mural.


There were many hours donated with community involvement and people invited to leave a handprint to form part of the background. Artist Bill Smith was on hand to assist Trish.



Mosaic “Universal Life Space”

The Mayor, Cr. Neil Lucas unveiled the mosaic on 1st September 2005 which adorns a wall of  Cranbourne Community House.


The project was possible through the City of Casey Arts and Cultural Initiative Grants Program.


Brenda Pettitt and Chris Martin, tutors at Cranbourne Community House are responsible for the creative concept and design. They also co-ordinated the many volunteers who worked on this project.




Mural "Indigenous Art by Leah Horvath".


Indigenous Artist Leah Horvath was commissioned by the Community House with a City of Casey Community Grant Program to paint a mural in our Children's Play area and the pillars at the entrance to the building. 


The mural was painted in March 2018 and is enjoyed by the community and participants of the community house including Koori Playgroup.