The Caloundra Water Tank is located in Queen Street and it had its makeover in December 2014.
It stands Seven metres tall and is now 78 years-old. The iconic landmark in the past was an easy target for graffiti vandalism, but now stands proud with a stunning display of native flora and fauna, a tranquil hinterland scene.
Painted by unknown local artists in conjunction with Unitywater.
The mural was created to help deter graffiti on the reservoir
Graffiti removal can cost Unitywater up to $1500 at a time
Murals are a cost-effective way to maintain large water towers or sewage pump stations
The mural designers, Phantast, took their inspiration from the creation stories told by Maroochy Barambah, a songwoman of the Turrbal people.