Site locations

Belconnen: Lake Ginninderra, under the bridge at Ginninderra Drive.

Braddon: Cooyong Street, beside the skate park - back wall and two side walls.

Calwell: Stormwater drain under Tharwa Drive, adjacent to the playing fields.

Chifley: Toilet block walls, Chifley Oval, near the cricket nets.

Chifley: Underpass, Tuggeranong Parkway, near Waldock Street and Badimara Street.

Curtin: Underpass, McCulloch Street, 100 metres south of Cotter Road.

Curtin: Underpass, Carruthers Street (opposite Yarra Glen) between signs only.

Florey: Underpass behind Florey shops (one wall only).

Forde: Underpass, Handbury Way (path side only).

Greenway: Cycle underpass, Athllon Drive, between Greenway and Kambah.

Gungahlin: Yerrabi Ponds spillway, Mirrabei Drive, all sections except the first pedestrian walkway.

Holder/Coombs: Cycle underpass, Cotter Road/Weston Creek (west side only).

Hawker: Hit up wall, basketball court, Hawker College, Murranji Street.

Isabella Plains: Underpass, Noorooma Street.

Isabella Plains: Underpass to Richardson at Ashley Drive/Tuggeranong Creek.

Kaleen: underpass, Maribyrnong Avenue between Diamantina Crescent and Daintree Crescent.

Kaleen: Underpass, Maribyrnong Avenue between Ashburton Circuit and Moruya Circuit.

Kambah: Hit up wall, behind Mount Neighbour Primary School, Boddington Circuit.

Latham/Macgregor: Underpass, Florey Drive.

Lyneham: Toilet block walls, Lyneham Primary School Oval, Hall Street.

Melba: Parks Depot, Brownlee Place - one wall facing tennis court only.

Narrabundah: Jerrabomberra sportsground, Sturt Avenue.

Nicholls: Underpass, Kelleway Avenue, near Gungahlin Drive.

Phillip: Yarralumla Creek Stormwater drain, Callum Street, between Launceston Street and Surprize Place.

Waramanga: Underpass, Damala Street.

Woden: Underpass, Launceston Street bridge.

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