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COVID19 Street Art - "Stay the Duck at Home" Mural

26 Fryers Street,
Shepparton VIC 3630

(03) 5832 9330
1800 808 839 (Toll-free)

The mural, titled “Stay the Duck at Home”, is the work of locally renowned artist TANK. It documents the COVID-19 pandemic situation, depicting self-isloating ducks at home, in caravans stacked on top of each other, surrounded by characterful mice; a reminder of the need to stay at home during the COVID-19 restrictions.

The mural came to life just one week after TANK conceived this creation in April 2020, quickly gaining relevant approvals and raising the funds required to cover equipment and paint via a crowd funding drive.  TANK took requests from contributors / supporters who each have a feature in the mural that they can call their own, including mice hoarding toilet paper, wearing face masks and homeschooling.

Opening Hours

24 hours

  • Internet Access - Free Wi-Fi
Directions: Located in alleyway running alongside 26 Fryers Street
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Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre, located at 33 Nixon Street, Shepparton, is your first stop for information on things to see and do and where to stay while in Greater Shepparton. Providing quality information and brochures on accommodation, attractions, events and activities, the friendly staff and volunteers have the expert knowledge to make your stay in the region a memorable one.

Please note: The Visitor Centre is open for walk-in enquiries 10.00am to 3.00pm every day. Staff are available to assist by phone, email and social media 9.00am to 5.00pm every day.
Telephone Enquiries: 1800 808 839 (Toll-free within Australia) or +61-3-5832 9330 (outside Australia)

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