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Deniliquin Water Tower Mural

In July 2019, acclaimed street artist Cam Scale transformed an old Water Tower in Scott’s Park into a stunning mural celebrating Deniliquin’s local landscape and diverse birdlife.

The 22.8 meter-high Water Tower is located on the corner of Russell and Whitelock Streets in Deniliquin NSW.

Cam Scale completed the full mural in just 17 days, commencing work on Wednesday 3 July 2019 and finishing on Friday 19 July 2019. 

The mural wraps around the entire tower, from two kookaburras resting on gum tree branches it transitions into a starry night sky reminiscing the gorgeous night skies that the local area is renowned for. 

 

Cam Scale

Cam Scale is a Gold Coast based artist. His practice extends from murals and graffiti to digital and canvas, working with several mediums mostly aerosol, oil and acrylic. Scales’s artistic goal is to capture what surrounds him.

Some of Scale’s other work includes: 

  • Devenish Silo (2018)
  • Kimba Silo (2017)
  • Wall to Wall Festival (2017)
  • Frys Faces Wall (2017)
  • To the Unknown Marnier (2016)
The 22.8 meter-high Water Tower is located in Scott’s Park, on the corner of Russell and Whitelock Streets.
Artist Cam Scale completed the full mural in just 17 days, commencing work on Wednesday 3 July 2019 and finishing on Friday 19 July 2019. 
The mural wraps around the entire tower, from the two kookaburras resting on gum tree branches it transitions into a starry night sky reminiscing the gorgeous night skies that the area is renowned for.