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Graffiti impacts on the community socially and financially. Graffiti that is not removed can attract more vandalism. Its management is everyone’s responsibility.

To support a shared response to the management of graffiti, council has developed a Graffiti Action Toolkit. This resource is tailored to help schools, businesses and the community understand, manage and prevent graffiti vandalism.

Rapid removal

Rapid graffiti removal is seen as best-practice in graffiti reduction. Rapid removal reduces the level of reward for graffiti vandals. Prompt graffiti removal also prevents assets from seeming not cared for.

Council has a rapid removal policy for graffiti management. You can report sightings of graffiti on public assets and community facilities via council’s customer service centre. Do not attempt to remove the graffiti yourself.

Owners of assets subject to graffiti vandalism are encouraged to remove the graffiti as soon as possible. The preferred timing is within 48-hours, or immediately if the graffiti is racist or obscene.


If you are witness to an incident as it is happening contact:

  • triple zero (000)
  • Policelink on 131 444
  • report the matter to your local police station.

Private or Commercial Property: If safe to do so, photograph the graffiti vandalism and report it to Police.

Public Assets or Community Facilities: If you see existing graffiti in your community, you can report it by:

Drawn Together

Between 2012 and 2018 council delivered  the Drawn Together Program in Beerwah, Caloundra, Nambour and Maroochydore. Drawn Together is a graffiti management program that 'draws together' Sunshine Coast Council, State Government agencies such as Queensland Police and Youth Justice, community members impacted by graffiti and young offenders who have engaged in vandalism.

Through this program the Graffiti Action Toolkit[1026KB] was developed.


For more information contact council.