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Greens Tipping Vouchers 2022/23

Greens Tipping Vouchers 2022/23

2022/23 Greens waste vouchers available to download

The City of Joondalup has taken new measures to enhance its reputation as WA’s leading local government when it comes to environmental sustainability.

In 2022/23, residents can download the annual waste guide online, saving approximately 1.5 tonnes of paper every year.

The greens waste tipping vouchers include a unique QR code that can be downloaded onto a smart device to be shown and scanned at Wangara Greens Recycling Centre (along with a valid ID to show proof of address, if requested). Vouchers do not need to be printed.

City Libraries and the Customer Care team at the administration building can assist residents to download their voucher and access the Waste Guide online.

Print copies are available on request.

The City issues residents with four green waste tipping vouchers and two mulch vouchers (included on the voucher) per financial year for use at the Wangara Greens Recycling Centre. The vouchers can only be used on weekends and public holidays. Fees apply without a valid voucher.

Green waste tipping

Residents can dispose of up to 500kgs of green waste per tipping voucher.

The green waste processed at the Wangara Greens Recycling Facility is shredded and turned into mulch. This mulch is available for use on your gardens to keep the moisture in the soil from evaporating and adds organic matter to the soil. Therefore, it is extremely important to make sure there are no other items mixed into the green waste such as, sand, treated timber, building rubble or concrete.

PLEASE NOTE: Any commercial services using residential vouchers for greens tipping will need a letter from the resident whose property the greens are from when presenting the vouchers for use at Wangara Greens Recycling.

Free mulch

Pick up your free mulch using your vouchers from the Wangara Greens Recycling Facility. Mulch can be collected in trailers or utes which must be covered by tarpaulins and secured with rope.

The Wangara Greens Recycling Centre is owned and run by the City of Wanneroo. Please visit the City of Wanneroo website for opening times and COVID restrictions.

For further information, read the 2022/23 Waste Services Guide and Tipping Vouchers FAQs.

Greens Tipping Vouchers 2022

Mural Arts 2021-22

Mural Arts 2021-22

Artist in Residence – Whitford Library

Expressions of Interest (EOI)

EOI closes Wednesday 17 November 2021

The City of Joondalup is seeking to appoint an Artist in Residence to complete a mural at the Whitford Library, subject to funding.

The City would require the selected artist to undertake a residency within the Whitford Library, which will enable them to complete the artwork and facilitate community engagement opportunities. The commissioned artworks will reference the site and surrounding area and sit harmoniously within the nominated sites and be appropriate for community interaction. Selected mural artists will be required to complete the artwork in response to an artist brief and completed within the timeline and allocated budget.

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Annual residential parking permit payments

Annual residential parking permit payments

Only Visa or Mastercard can be used for making online payments.

Annual parking permits

Annual parking permits

Parking permits are required to be displayed in some residential streets of the following areas:

Please ensure you have read the conditions of issue and use before applying for an Annual Parking Permit.

ONLINE APPLICATION FOR AN ANNUAL PARKING PERMIT

Library opening times

Library opening times

The City of Joondalup will continue to be guided by the Federal Government and Department of Health WA in relation to appropriate responses relating to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) changes.

View Library COVID-19 information.

Operating Hours

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Sunday 1.00pm – 5.00pm Closed Closed Closed Closed

2022 public holiday library closures

  • Easter
    • closed Friday 15 April
    • open Saturday 16 April
    • closed Sunday 17 April
    • closed Monday 18 April
    • reopening Tuesday 19 April 
  • Anzac Day closed Monday 25 April – reopening Tuesday 26 April 
  • Western Australia Day closed Monday 6 June – reopening Tuesday 7 June
  • Queen’s Birthday closed Monday 26 September – reopening Tuesday 27 September 

Items on loan can be returned through the after-hours chutes and/or renewed online according to borrowing conditions.

Your 24/7 library

For your convenience there is 24/7 access to the Library catalogue where you can join, browse, renew and reserve items. You can also download from thousands of digital titles such as eBooks, audiobooks and digital magazines or stream films.

Pesticide Exclusion Register

Pesticide Exclusion Register

City residents and/or property owners wishing to exclude the verge immediately abutting their property/residence from chemical weed control can apply to be added to the City’s Pesticide Exclusion Register using the form below.

A tenant may apply for inclusion on the Register, however, must provide written confirmation from the property owner.

By completing this application, chemical weed control within the road reserve (verge and kerbline) abutting the registered property will not be undertaken by the City. The property owner/occupier agrees to maintain the verge abutting the registered property in accordance with the City’s Street Verge Guidelines and Property Local Law; eg. keep the permissible verge treatment in a good and tidy condition.

Registrations are valid until 30 June each year. Residents and stakeholders must reapply each year by submitting a new application form; inclusion on the Register will not be reinstated unless a new application is submitted to the City. Please note that annual reminder notices will not be provided and it is the registrant’s responsibility to reapply for inclusion on the Register each year.

Requests to be removed from the Pesticide Exclusion Register must be made to the City in writing.

Registration to the Pesticide Exclusion Register requires the resident to commit to:

  • Maintaining their verge in a good and tidy condition, including weed removal
  • Re-register at 30 June each year to remain on the Pesticide Exclusion Register
  • Adhere to the City’s Street Verge Guidelines.
  • Understanding that the Pesticide Exclusion Register does not apply to parks, reserves or natural areas
  • For tenanted properties, written confirmation from the property owner approving inclusion on the Register must be provided.
  • That Main Roads WA roads are exempt from registration

Pesticide Use Notification Register

Pesticide Use Notification Register

City residents wishing to be advised in advance of scheduled weed spraying activities occurring within 100 metres of their residence can apply to be added to the City’s Pesticide Use Notification Register (the Register).

Registrants will receive notification at least 24 hours prior to spraying commencing.

For inclusion on the Register you will be required to complete the application form which includes email and mobile telephone contact details. Two contact methods may be selected; however, the City cannot notify registrants via a landline or by other means.  It is the registrant’s responsibility to ensure their contact details are up to date and to notify the City should their details change.

Residents and the public may also select to be notified when scheduled spraying activities are undertaken on the City’s parks/reserves. Up to five locations may be selected and registrants will receive notification at least 24 hours prior to spraying commencing.

Please note that should an application be submitted from the same applicant with the same telephone and email address, then this application will supersede any previous applications received.

All registrations are valid until 30 June each year. Residents and stakeholders must reapply each year by submitting a new application form; inclusion on the Register will not be reinstated unless a new application is submitted to the City. Please note that annual reminder notices will not be provided and it is the registrants responsibility to reapply for inclusion on the Register each year.

Pesticide Use Notification – Locations Map and Schedule

Pesticide Use Notification – Locations Map and Schedule

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The City undertakes an integrated weed management approach which includes the use of APVMA approved herbicides  to control weed infestation within its parks/reserves, natural areas (bushland), streetscapes, road reserves, along kerbs and footpaths.

Works will be conducted by City officers and appointed licensed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage and site signage will be in place (where practicable).

Herbicide application will be undertaken in the following areas (and may include surrounding hardstand areas and verges, tree wells, medians, kerbs and/or footpaths) weather and operational resources permitting.

Maps will be updated by close of business each Friday detailing the following week’s herbicide applications.

For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

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Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club

The Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club is a family base sea sports and social club overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean and Ocean Reef Boat Harbour. Steeped in over 40 years of history, the club has entertained many local families over the years. The club has 5 “sections” made up of Angling, Sailing, Diving, Power Boating and Social. All sections are very active and organise regular events and activities. As a member you are encouraged to take part in the sections and get involved. New members are always welcome at the Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club.

COVID-19 – the Joondalup Journey

COVID-19 – the Joondalup Journey

These are historically significant times and the City of Joondalup needs the community’s help to record it for future generations.

Local History are collecting material to show how COVID-19 has been experienced in Joondalup. Send in COVID-19 related stories and photos to chronicle the pandemic’s effects on ordinary life and help capture how lives changed. This might include things like working from home, home schooling, pastimes and activities spent in isolation, closed facilities, teddy bears in windows, modified services, pandemic signage, chalk rainbows, acts of kindness, wearing masks and gloves in public and shopping shortages.

Please submit your images, drawings, experiences and stories relating to COVID-19 to the Local History archives through the online form below –

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    Please consider sharing a picture with us that captures a memory from your COVID-19 experience.
  • Please include details such as when and where the photograph was taken, and the names of those depicted.
  • By submitting images in conjunction with this form, you agree to their use by the City of Joondalup.

    I / we understand that this material will be held within City of Joondalup Libraries Local History area and will be available for public viewing and research. The Local History Librarian may accession the material as required.

    To preserve and protect material of a fragile nature and to make this material more accessible, the library may make copies in microfilm or photocopy and / or digital formats.

    I / we, the undersigned, hereby donate, without retaining any right of revocation, the material described above to the City of Joondalup Libraries.

    I / we recognise that this donation will cause a transfer of ownership and that the library will, on receipt of the material specified, have the absolute right to display or otherwise deal with it / them at its discretion.

Stormwater litter trap – Joondalup CBD

Stormwater litter trap – Joondalup CBD

Rainfall Data from Joondalup CBD

The City has it’s own rain gauge situated centrally in the Joondalup Central Business District. It captures rainfall data every 5 minutes, providing accurate rain data for every rain event. The chart below is known as a pluviograph.

Litter Trap

The City has just installed a new Stormwater Litter Trap to capture rubbish from the CBD drainage network.

Timelapse Images
(1 image every 4hrs), showing rubbish being trapped by the litter screens as stormwater flows through the trap.


Community Consultation on Planning Applications — Submission Form

Community Consultation on Planning Applications — Submission Form

  • Planning application details

    Please provide the details of the planning application you are submitting feedback on. If you wish to provide feedback on multiple planning applications, please submit these separately.
  • Your details

    Please note that for your feedback to be considered, your full contact details must be provided. This information will be treated as confidential and will not be published or linked to your comments in any public report on the outcomes of the consultation. Only one submission per person will be accepted.
  • Property affected by this planning application (if different from your postal address)
  • Your submission

    Please ensure your comments relate to specific design elements of the planning application and how these may impact either your own property, or the streetscape in general. You may attach additional information (plans, diagrams, photographs, etc.) as required.

    Note: The City cannot consider feedback that relates to civil or non-planning matters, such as the perceived impact on property values, potential residents/tenants or dividing fences.
    A copy of the development plans can be found under Open Development Application Consultations.
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    If you would prefer to be informed via post, please contact the City’s Planning Services Team on 9400 4100 or via email.
  • A copy of your submission form will be sent to your email address.

Animal – Animal Registration Wizard

Animal – Animal Registration Wizard

Animal – Transfer of animal address

Animal – Transfer of animal address

Not sure which form to fill in? Let the Animal Registration Wizard guide you to the right form.


It is the dog/cat owners or agent’s responsibility to advise of any change in particulars contained in this application including sale or death of dog/cat, to the registered Council immediately
If the owner or agent is changing address to another Council, it is the owner or agent’s responsibility to notify and register the dog/cat with the Council to which they are moving to.

About the Business Engagement Program

About the Business Engagement Program

The City of Joondalup’s dedicated Economic Development Team is available to provide advice and guidance, either face to face or online, to businesses in the region. To access this service, complete the registration form below and click submit.

The Joondalup Business Engagement Program offers unbiased practical information. It has been designed to help business flourish and operators access the benefits from setting up their business in this local government region.

With the unfamiliar challenges being faced in the current economic climate you can connect with qualified and experienced professionals within the City’s Economic Development team who welcome the opportunity to assist you to promote, connect and grow your business.

The information provided includes:

  • General business information
  • Connection with State and Federal Government initiatives
  • Facilitating business programs
  • Identifying potential business opportunities
  • Advocating for economic issues.

The City’s Economic Development Officers are available to business operators throughout the Region on a weekly basis. Appointments are scheduled each Thursday, from 10.00am – 2.00pm.

Please complete the booking form below to initiate a call-back from one of the City’s Economic Development Officers.

Business Meeting Request

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Online Public Interest Disclosure Lodgement Form

Online Public Interest Disclosure Lodgement Form

Picture Joondalup – local history photographs

Picture Joondalup – local history photographs

Picture Joondalup is an online collection of historical photographs representing a visual record of the history of the local area, from early European settlement until the present day.

Nearly 5,000 photos are available to view through the library catalogue, enter Keywords and select Picture Joondalup rather than Full Catalogue.

Usage

Images from Picture Joondalup may be used for research, study or personal purposes for free. If you would like to use Picture Joondalup images for other purposes eg in a commercial setting, please contact Local History.

Images for purchase

Digital copies of our photographs are available to purchase. Images can be provided by email, secure online file transfer, or USB. Image sizes vary, but purchased images will be supplied as the best available copy.

Costs

Picture Joondalup 1st Image Additional Image(s) Inc. research and copyright
Personal Use $8.00 $2.50 No
Commercial Use $30.00 $15.00 Yes

Ordering

Once you have selected your images, complete the Picture Joondalup online order form (below) or contact Local History staff.

Disclaimer

Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori communities are advised that Picture Joondalup may include images or names of people now deceased.

Libraries | Picture Joondalup Photograph Order Form
  • 1. Contact Details

  • 2. Copyright Statement

  • Under the Copyright Act 1968, it may be necessary to obtain permission from a copyright owner for certain types of usage of material – including photographs. Although copyright may no longer subsist in pre 1965 photographs held by the Library, permission must still be sought from these organisations before reproducing them. Some photographs may not be available for copying due to copyright restrictions. The Local History Library staff will contact you if there are any issues relating to copyright of the image/s you have requested.

    Picture Joondalup by The City of Joondalup is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia License
  • 3. Image Details

  • 4. Declaration

  • I, the above requestor, understand and acknowledge that by placing this order, copies of the images from Picture Joondalup are provided for private study and research only and are not to be reproduced without prior permission from the City of Joondalup.
  • 5. Payment and Collection

  • When your photographs are available for collection a Local History Library Staff member will contact you to discuss payment and delivery options.

Cat Breeding Adoption

Cat Breeding Adoption

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  • This form is for approved Cat Breeders to complete when a kitten or kittens are sold (adopted out) to new owners (adopted). Please ensure that all fields are completed.
    For enquiries or for further information, please contact City Rangers on 1300 655 860.
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Public Art: Untitled

Artist: Stormie Mills This artwork was a private commission by the owners of 133 Grand Boulevard in 2006 and was not procured through the City of Joondalup’s mural arts program.    

Public Art: Interlace

Artist: Geoffrey Drake-Brockman Installed in 2015, Interlace is an interactive artwork by artist Geoffrey Drake-Brockman. Interlace consists of four polished 2.4 metre high stainless steel sculptural fonts. It incorporates a computer running custom software and has four sensors to detect human presence. The computer controls when and how the laminar flow fountains operate, and it has the aim of ‘weaving-in’ its audience into an interlaced composition.  

Public Art: Microcosms of Beauty, 2018

Artist: Horatio T Birdbath The hand-drawn mural artwork features a series of spheres which vary in intensity as they traverse the wall. Horatio’s trademark style links each sphere together. The City commissioned Horatio to undertake work as part of the City’s Mural Arts Program where points of interest are created around the City by enhancing and animating public spaces. Entirely hand drawn, it took Horatio three months to complete.

Public Art: Dazzle 1, 2015

Artist: David Ledger In 2015, artist David Ledger painted the first side of the ablution block in Sorrento. The concept of Dazzle is based on the quality of the colour and light of the Western Australian sky. Two wall, east and west faces the sunrise and sunset. Dazzle 2 is representative of sunrise.

Public Art: Odyssey, 1998

Artist: Albie Herbert and Eric Schneider In April 1997 the City of Wanneroo commissioned a public sculpture to be designed and created to reflect the changing attitude to whales and whaling. It was also to mark the site of Patrick Marmion’s Whaling Station that once stood where the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club is now situated. At the time of the whaling station, the station chimney became a beacon for passing ships. The sculpture was created by professional WA artist Albie Herbert. Some of the images that appear on the sculpture were designed by the Year 7 class at Marmion Primary School. During the development of the sculpture the students learnt much about whaling and whales.

Public Art: Dazzle 2, 2016

Artist: David Ledger In 2016, artist David Ledger painted the adjacent side of the ablution block. The concept of Dazzle is based on the quality of the colour and light of the Western Australian sky. Two wall, east and west faces the sunrise and sunset. Dazzle 2 is representative of sunset.

Public Art: 30 untitled bronze plaques, 1998

Artist: Steve Tepper This series of 30 bronze plaques represents domestic life, and are embedded into the architectural columns along the Joondalup Library and Civic Centre Underpass. The cast captures both positive and negative space and these twin artworks are displayed on opposite columns along the atrium.

Public Art: Untitled, Stone Floor Inlay, 1998

Artist: Malcolm McGregor This artwork located in the foyer of the City’s Civic Building draws it’s inspiration from a journal entry by the explorer George Gray who led one of the first European expeditions into the district in 1838. Concentric bands of stone include the indigenous names of the wetlands between Joondalup and Perth.

Public Art: Untitled, metal and stone floor inlay, 1998

Artist: Mark Cox Formally trained in design, the artists diverse experience and skills have led to his growing interest and involvement in street furniture design and public art projects. The floor mosaic for the entry portico of the Joondalup Library draws inspiration from a number of themes and features associated with surrounding environment, in particular, Lake Joondalup – ‘the lake that glistens’. Natural elements, including water and flora, have been stylised and arranged to symbolically reflect the concept of diversity and growth in harmony, with stainless steel elements evoking the play of light.

Public Art: Ron Corbett, 1998

Artist: Ron Corbett, Bibbulman Yorga A Public Art Project for the City, the bronze artwork was installed at Neil Hawkins Park on 8 July 1998.

A life-size bronze sculpture of an Aboriginal woman and her dog, Dwerda, representing the traditional owners of the Joondalup region.

“The woman is a Bibulman Yorga. The Bibulman tribe gets the name from the fact they came from the hills country that follows the coastline. These hills have many features that resemble women’s breasts or bibbys and also the fact that it is an area ruled by matriarchal society .The woman is wearing a kangaroo skin cloak called a buka (pronounced boo-ka). On her head, she is wearing ayaggardi. She is holding a wooden dish called a yandi (East Coast Coolamon). This dish carries water, fire, wood, food,babies. She is holding a wanna (digging stick).

The dog is called dwerda and is the clan totem for Wanneroo, Yanchep, Moora areas. Borunga means totem and Brorongorup is the birthplace of all Bibulman just like the Garden of Eden to Christians. Wanneroo is a songline for a country. Wanneroo is derived from Bibulman sacred word which denotes the country of vegetable foods, yams, yanget and tuart roots. How coincidental the Southern Europeans set up market gardens in this area.”

Public Art: Metal Trees and Mosaics, 2002

Artist: Kevin Draper and Indra Geidans The sculptural trees resulted from the Australia-wide National Metal Industry Sculpture Project in 1994. Reflective of the new building in the northern corridor, the trees canopy’s form the silhouette of a house. These artworks were originally installed at Joondalup arena. In 1999 the Joondalup Arena gave these public artworks to the City and they were relocated to Central Park. In 2002, as a response to the Metal Trees, artist Indra Geidans worked with participants from Disabled and Disadvantaged in the Arts Australia (DADAA) and Creaney Support Centre to create mosaic motifs of the flora and Fauna local to Central Park.

Public Art: Kerb Stamps, 1994

Artist: Geoff and Jane York More than 1000 ceramic medallions were painted by many different sections of the community, including senior citizens, children and ethnic groups in the area. Initially installed in 1994, more curbs were embellished in 2014.

Public Art: Street Bollards, 1998

Artist: Peter Dailey Peter Dailey is one of Perth’s most respected sculptors. His artworks have investigated the idea of change within our existing amalgam of social structures and power relationships. Referencing the aesthetics of the 1920’s German expressionist film drama, Metropolis, Dailey’s bollards populate the streetscape of Joondalup.

Public Art: Tree Grates

Artist: Peter Dailey Peter Dailey is one of Perth’s most respected sculptors. The tree grates scattered throughput the CBD were commissioned in 2002. The textured grates are derived from organic forms, such as plant structures, both as a literal representation of nature and as a metaphor for the nature of all things.

Public Art: For The Boys, 2002

Artist: Jon Tarry In memory of those who lost their lives in the Bali Bombings of October, 2002. The memorial creates a place for reflection for the family members of the victims, and combines sculptural form with function. A players bench for team mates and supporters may be used as a meeting and exercise place. Behind the figure, a single goal post marks time, as the sun moves across the area a line a shadow line make and arc across the memorial site. The commissioning of this memorial was made possible through the financial assistance of Kerry Stokes AO and Australian Capital Equity.

Public Art: Kambarang, 2011

Artist: Kate McMillan The windsocks are markers of change and flux, referencing the coastline location of the site, while the poles resemble markers, memorials or goals. Totemic in nature, the windsocks are an optimistic symbol of the power of sport, community and place.

Public Art: Emperor Gum Moth, 2016

Artist: Brandon Ballengée Commissioned following the  Artist-In-Residence program 2015, this sculpture is designed to attract local insects that are looking for love. With glowing ultra violet lights by night, and pretty flowering plants by day, this interactive ecological artwork is designed to help us appreciate the stunning biodiversity of the region. Viewers can visit the sculpture at night and see what kind of insects appear naturally in our environment. Western Australia is famous among entomologists for its biodiversity and is known as a biodiversity hotspot. Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist and environmental educator, whose aim is to teach us to understand the important role that insects play in our life.

Public Art: Yarn Circle, 2017

Artist: Paula Hart Installed at the Warwick Hockey Facility in 2017, the artwork is nestled into a grassed area outside the new building adjacent to the upgraded hockey pitches. Hart intended the artwork to be a meeting place for the community at arrival and drop off. The name of the artwork is based on the concept of telling tall tales with your friends. Designed around a circular decked area, the artwork is a platform for performance or a place to sit. Surrounding the platform is a frame of six decorative Corten steel panels designed to weather to an orange patina over time. Each panel depicts children from the hockey community known as the ‘Seagulls’, wearing their Whitford Hockey Club uniforms, ready to play. At the base of the panels, the foreground decoration depicts native banksia from the surrounding Warwick Open Space Bushland. The decorative filigree is created by laser cutting the steel, allowing the imagery to show through in the negative space.  

Public Art: A Kiss Before Parting

Artist: Coral Lowry Commissioned by PEET & Co Ltd as developers of Burns Beach, artist Coral Lowry  was commissioned to produce these artworks in 2008. A Kiss Before Parting is plays on the idea of a couple parting after a romantic stroll. A diptych artwork, these sculpture bookend two parks in Burns Beach.

Public Art: Catch of the Day

Artist: Andrew Kay   Commissioned by PEET & Co Ltd as developers of Burns Beach, artist Andrew Kay was commissioned to produce this bronze artwork in 2008.

Public Art: A Kiss Before Parting

Artist: Coral Lowry Commissioned by PEET & Co Ltd as developers of Burns Beach, artist Coral Lowry  was commissioned to produce these artworks in 2008. A Kiss Before Parting is plays on the idea of a couple parting after a romantic stroll. A diptych artwork, these sculpture bookend two parks in Burns Beach.

Public Art: Tom’s Dog

Artist: Andrew Kay Commissioned by PEET & Co Ltd as developers of Burns Beach, artist Andrew Kay was commissioned to produce this bronze artwork in 2008.

Public Art: Inside-Out Billboard City of Joondalup Library

The Inside-Out Billboard artwork is commissioned for the site and changes bi-annually. Artists are invited to participate following recommendations from the judges at the annual Community Art Exhibition and the Art Prize. The printed canvas is 6 x 3 metres and is back-lit at night. The artwork is installed again at the City Courthouse after a period of 18 months in storage.