It seems not even trees can escape the scourge of taggers and their largely unintelligible script.
Thirroul has again been targeted by graffiti vandals, with shops, a bridge, library, church and even a tree sprayed with tags over the weekend.
Ray White Real Estate agent Tony Dribbus yesterday was left contemplating just how he would tackle the removal of green paint from across the Lawrence Hargrave Drive store's windows and wall.
He described the attack as "senseless", and said he could see no artistic value in tagging.
"I don't even understand graffiti like that with a few initials, what kind of kick do they even get out of that?" he said.
After being alerted to the attack on Sunday, Mr Dribbus drove to the agency to survey the damage.
He was stunned to see the business had not been the only target.
"Over the weekend he's done it on a good half a dozen plus businesses around and the library car park, on walls," he said.
Although cleaning the windows should be fairly straightforward, Mr Dribbus said damage to the paintwork and signage would be more complicated.
Mr Dribbus said Thirroul had been targeted a number of times over the years and he hoped the latest vandals would be caught.