Five sites along the future light rail line in Kensington and Kingsford will play host to public artworks by acclaimed local artists, as part of Transport for NSW and Randwick Council's ArtMoves program.
The works will be gradually installed along the route from July, and will remain there until February 2018.
At Southern Cross Close, the non-profit humanitarian organisation Ondru will install an enormous photographic mural featuring members of the Kingsford Community, while artists Sarah Barns and Michael Killalea, known collectively as Esem Projects, will celebrate music with their large gramophone sculpture.
Meanwhile, Elliot Routledge, aka Numskull, will transform the site at Strachan Street with a brightly coloured mural; Nuha Saad will pay tribute to Todman Avenue's period architecture with a series of sculpted columns; and Adrienn Lord, aka Mandylights, will offer his very unique take on a park bench on Duke Street.
Rounding things out, Borrodale road will benefit from the Chinese enamelware floral painting of Mimi Tong, as well as a new installation from Hand to Land Studios, the intriguingly named Surprise Dumplings.