Silo Art Trail
Australia’s Largest Outdoor Gallery
The Silo Art Trail is Australia’s largest outdoor gallery, linking the Wimmera Mallee’s treasured small towns across 700km through the region.
Providing an insight into the true spirit of the Wimmera Mallee, the trail recognises and celebrates the region’s people through a series of large-scale murals painted onto grain silos, many of which date back to the 1930s.
The trail has seen internationally renowned artists from Australia and across the world visit the region, meet the locals and transform each grain silo into an epic work of art, each one telling a unique story about the host location.
The Silo Art Trail was conceived after the development of the first silo artwork in Brim. What started as a small community project by the Brim Active Community Group, GrainCorp, Juddy Roller and artist, Guido van Helten, resulted in widespread international media attention and an influx of visitors to the region. From here, the original Silo Art Trail was born and continues to evolve.
The Silo Art Trail has now grown into a region wide tourism route encompassing 13 unique artworks, with more in the way!
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Open leg route
713.9KM / 443.6MI (Est. travel time 8 hours)