However I do like that the artist captured something. The figure is a Richmond team Australian Rules football player. The team is nicknamed The Tigers, no doubt because of the yellow stripe on black. Richmond supporters are very passionate. Pity the kicked ball is shown as round when it is actually oval.
The inner eastern suburb was predominantly Catholic working class, with the wealthier people living up on Richmond Hill. At ground level of the mural you can see the factories, including a nice sawtooth roofed building, where the workers would have laboured. Much of the housing was of slum standard and cheek by jowl and this has also being captured. The building to the far right may look like a mosque, but is of the clock tower former cheap department store Dimmeys. This photo is from Tripadvisor.
From our balcony we can see St Ignatius church atop Richmond Hill. It is a pity it was not included in the mural and nor was the Yarra River which is the southern border of Richmond. The river waters were once extremely polluted by Richmond industry run off, originally being the tanning of hides, soap making and abattoirs.
I think the concept of the mural illustrating Richmond was good, but not the execution. One mural photo left for next Monday. It is bit of a mystery and I must sleuth.