Intersection of Waterloo Road and Queens Drive, Lower Hutt.
Aidan Walbaekken and Jayden Thomas painted the road mural and planter box murals – both from the Learning Connexion. MenzShed Naenae built and painted the parklet seating.
Accessible to public:
Parklet @ Waterloo. Mural flowers represent all ethnicities living in Lower Hutt.
Background to mural creation:
The mural was part of a project converting unused road reserve into a place for people to use within the city for relaxing, enjoying lunch and meeting friends.
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