A series of bright murals are being painted on the Katherine Courthouse wall which contain an important message.
The murals were commissioned as part of National Mental Health Week using the talents of 8-14 year-old girls from the Rockhole community.
Street artist Dave Collins has supervised the design although the inspiration for the work comes from nature.
The work includes a message saying "Don't be ashamed about asking for help".
The work is a partnership of the artists, Katherine Regional Arts, Team Health and the courts.
KRA executive officer Jacinta Mooney said the location of the courthouse was important to the project.
"There is a lot of foot traffic and a lot of cars that go past there, and it is opposite McDonald's," she said.
"The blocks of art are designed to draw attention to the message."
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