Silo Art Trail in Australia

Silo Art Trail is the largest outdoor gallery in Australia – stretching over 200 kilometers and linking six small country Victorian towns. Providing an insight into the true spirit of the Wimmera Mallee, the trail recognizes and celebrates the region’s hard-working rural communities through a series of large-scale mural portraits painted onto grain silos. The portraits are the work of world-renowned Australian mural artists, Adnate, Kaff-eine, Fintan Magee, Rone, Guido van Helten, and celebrated Russian street artist, Julia Volchkova.

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The Milkyway sitting above the Sheep Hills silos. Photo by @randal_m_smith. . #milkyway #SheepHills #siloarttrail

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9 thoughts on “Silo Art Trail in Australia”

  1. Amazing work! I wish more people would do this type of creative painting – it would certainly make a lot of boring areas of the country much more beautiful!

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