Tasmania’s Town of Murals, Sheffield

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The first mural commissioned in 1986, painted by John Lendis, depicts Gustav Weindorfer, a passionate mountaineer, naturalist and conservationist sharing his home with the wild animals. And now, some 30 years later, many more visually appealing, emotional and curious stories embellish the walls of Sheffield 'The Town of Murals'.

Delightful posters of stories long gone, and the existing murals, have been reproduced on a matt finish, heavy duty photographic paper (Poster Plus). The size is A2 (595mm x 420mm)
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  • Sheffield is a lovely town in Tasmania and well worth a visit even without its murals. Add in the plethora of murals and it becomes a must see. The size, range and high quality of the many murals is....  more »
  • On a lazy afternoon the town was very quiet and produced a most pleasant atmosphere. So nice to walk along the main street with its many painted murals. Pity they don’t have dates with the...  more »
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