The City has installed 13 murals, featuring young people, on prominent buildings in our region to celebrate National Youth Week (31 March–9 April).
Known as Streetface, the 13 pictures have an environmental theme and recognise passionate young people who are working to protect our environment.
You can see the pictures:
Splashdown, Newcomb; Geelong West Senior Citizens Centre; Leisurelink, Waurn Ponds; City Hall; Corio Library; GPAC; fOrT youth centre, Corio; Geelong West Town Hall; Ocean Grove Library; Highton Library; The Carousel, Waterfront.
Linda Quinn - City of Greater Geelong General Manager of Community Life
The pictures are a unique way of recognising young people and marking National Youth Week.
National Youth Week celebrates everything about young people and the valuable contribution they make to our community every day.
The pictures show our young people’s enthusiasm and determination to protecting our environment.
Each picture details why the young people are passionate about the environment and their vision to make a difference in the future.
The pictures were captured by young photographer Natalie Evans and will be on display until mid-April.
The City will also host a number of events and activities for National Youth Week, for more information keep an eye out on our youth page.