Ararat Rural City Council declares war on graffiti

ARARAT - Ararat Rural City Council has declared war on illegal graffiti, with a specially fitted 'Graffiti Trailer' available to community groups.

The Department of Justice has fully funded the trailers, stocked with all the equipment and materials needed to safely remove graffiti.

Council has encouraged schools, community groups, sporting clubs, and other incorporated bodies to access the trailers at no charge.

All they need to do is hook up the trailer, take it to their chosen site and get a few people together to remove the illegal graffiti.

Shop keepers and private users can also gain access to the equipment on a case-by-case basis.

Several areas of town have already benefited from the Graffiti Trailer with users making the effort to beautify public places.

The trailers are stocked with equipment including a pressure washer, cleaning products, drop sheets, brushes, buckets and even overalls.

The trailer is located at the Ararat Rural City works depot in Flattely Street.

To access the Graffiti Trailer, contact Barkley Vincent on 5355 0256 or email


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