The Darwin Street Art Festival is expanding from the CBD to the suburbs and beyond!

Starting at the Alice Spring Street Art Festival we will be road tripping up the highway stopping along the way to beautify some long drops before painting murals in Katherine, Tennant Creek and the Darwin Suburbs. 

The expanded Territory wide festival is an initiative funded but he Northern Territory Government through the Department of the Chief Minister and Activate Darwin. 

Territory Street
Art Tour

Katherine 11 Aug- 12 Aug

Kaff-eine and Pabs will be road tripping from Alice Springs to Darwin stopping in Katherine and Tennant Creek to paint murals. Along the way they will be stopping at the some long drops to leave their mark in more ways than one. 

Darwin Suburbs

Aug 16 - Aug 22

The Darwin Street Art Festival is making its way to the Suburbs this year with 7 murals being painted throughout Nightcliff, Wulagi, Casaurina & Parap. Come down and check out these amazing artists do what they do best. 


Bidjpidji Art 

Miss Polly







Mr Calebdude

The Darwin Street Art Festival 

Darwin CBD Aug 30 - Sept 10

The Darwin Street Art Festival is back in 2021 with 10 murals to be painted in the Darwin CBD. We will have some of the best local and National artist painting throughout Darwin including Austin & Shadforth Lanes. This year will see the completion of the 3rd large panel in Austin Lane as well as an amazing mural by Adnate on Travelodge visible from Garamilla Blvd. 



10 September, 5pm - 11pm
15 - 17 Austin Lane, Darwin

The 2021 Darwin Street Art Festival is coming to an end and we're having a street party to celebrate! Hosted by Mista Monk, with visuals by Sambo and featuring Caiti Baker, Phoebe Olivia, Rhix & JP, PHLtheBeat, Lady Kay, M.S.O.N, Emcille, Jordan Choo, Pacc Records, Yung Milla, Kuya James, Tutup Mulut and the Tailed Beast Crew, come and dance all night under the stars in an outdoor gallery of Darwin's most iconic street art.

This event is presented by the Darwin Street Art Festival and Settle Down Records, and is funded by Activate Darwin.