Another 36 photos of Toowoomba street art

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Did you know Queensland is home to one of Australia’s largest outdoor galleries? Yep, you heard right! Toowoomba is now the proud holder of this title and home to over 55 street art murals.

Thanks to the second round of the First Coast Festival (that took place earlier this year in May), Toowoomba’s streets and laneways are awash with an ever-evolving exhibition of colour, giving residents and visitors a whole new reason to get outside and explore. (Psst! Here’s what the first round looked like.)

Grab your camera and check out these 36 new works of art.

By adnate. Located at 49 Neil Street.

By @adnate. Located at 49 Neil Street.

By Alex Lehours, located at 30 Duggan Street

By @alexlehours. Located at 30 Duggan Street.

The Amazon by Drapl & Treas. Located at Beech Lane (found behind 2 Taylor Street).

The Amazon by @drapl and @treazytreaz. Located at Beech Lane.

Top mural by: Alison Mooney, Bottom left mural by: Elana Mullaly, Bottom right mural by: Alison Mooney. Located at Club Lane.

Top: Morticia by Alison Mooney @alpahh, Bottom Left: by Alana Mullaly @elanamullaly, Bottom Right: Sunshine Totem by Alison Mooney @alpahh. Located at Club Lane.

By Andrew Bourke. Located in the carpark at 16 Mylne Street.

By @sirumvsvenom. Located in the carpark at 16 Mylne Street.

By Mysterious Al. Located at Club Lane.

By @mysteriousal. Located at Club Lane.

By Alice Weinthal. Located at Keefe Street.

By @weinthal84. Located at Keefe Street.

By Frank and Mimi. Located at Keefe Street.

By Frank & Mimi @frankandmimi. Located at Keefe Street.

By Does. Located on the corner of Bridge and Bellevue Streets.

By @digitaldoes . Located on the corner of Bridge and Bellevue Streets.

By Gimiks Born. Located at the Irish Club Hotel in Station Street.

By @gimiksborn. Located at the Irish Club Hotel in Station Street.

Top mural by: Joel Birch, Bottom mural by: Ian McCallum. Located at Chronicle Lane.

Top mural by Joel Birch @joeldtd, Bottom mural by Ian McCallum @ian__mccallum. Located at Chronicle Lane.

By Gus. Located at Mark Lane.

By Gus @instaguss. Located at Mark Lane.

By Fuzeillear. Located at 1 Snell Street.

By @fuzeillear. Located at 1 Snell Street.

By John Kaye. Located at  Beech Lane.

By @johnkayeart. Located at Beech Lane (off Taylor Street).

By Lee Harnden. Located at Beech Lane.

By @lrocka750. Located at Beech Lane (off Taylor Street).

By Madsteez. Located at 6 Neil St.

The Crocodile Hunter by @madsteez. Located at 6 Neil St.

By Noke. Located at  Mark Lane.

By Noke @papercranelady. Located at Mark Lane.

Murals located on Margaret Street, between Ruthven and Victoria Streets.

Murals located on Margaret Street, between Ruthven and Victoria Streets.

Top mural by: By vanstheomega, bottom murals by: unknown. Located on Margaret Street between Ruthven and Dent Streets.

Top mural by @vanstheomega, bottom murals by unknown. Located on Margaret Street between Ruthven and Dent Streets.

By Alice Weinhal. Located at Searles Walk, off Ruthven Street.

By @weinthal84. Located at Searles Walk, off Ruthven Street.

By Cinzah Seekayem. Located at Lamb Lane.

By Cinzah Seekayem @mrcinzah. Located at Lamb Lane.

Top mural by: Jumboist, Bottom left by: Askew and Bottom right by Meks Tues Reals. Located at Searles Walk, between Ruthven and Victoria Streets.

Top mural by @jumboist, bottom left mural by @askewone, bottom right mural by meks, tues, reals @tuesy.

Bottom right mural by: <a href="http://instagram.com/mik_shida" target="_blank">@mik_shida</a>. Located at Searles Walk, between Ruthven and Victoria Streets.

Left and top right murals by unknown, bottom right mural by @mik_shida. Located at Searles Walk, between Ruthven and Victoria Streets.

By Funskull. Located at 91 Mort Street.

By @funskull. Located at 91 Mort Street.

Make sure you check out the street art murals that were completed during the First Coat Festival here.

Feel like turning a day trip to see the street art into a full weekend getaway? Check out our 52 ideas for a weekend getaway in Southern Queensland Country here.

Have you visited Toowoomba to see the street art? Which is your favourite?