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Phone: 1300 322 842

This was a storytelling project to honour Don Charlwood - an author who lived in Frankston. His classic tale, about a boy called Charlie Reeve and his journey towards adulthood, is set in a small town on the Mornington Peninsula.

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Brigitte and Melissa are visual storytellers with 40 years’ experience and a keen eye for detail. They teamed up ten years ago to beautify walls in streets, homes and businesses. They love the large scale canvases that the streets offer. Painting in abstract and realism, Melbourne Murals tell whatever story the surface, site or customer wants to reveal. The love of wildlife is their passion. They strive to bring a visual awareness to the plight of our endangered animals and hope that they can remind everyone just how amazingly wonderful our earth is.

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Thompson Lane, Frankston VIC 3199