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5 Day Silo Art Trail
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Tour Itinerary

Inclusions:

  • Friendly & Accommodating Tour Escort
  • 4-Nights Accommodation (3-4 star)
  • Meals
    • Breakfast Days 2-5
    • Lunch Days 1-5
    • Dinner Days 1-4
    • Morning Tea Day 1
  • All Entries/Admissions as per Itinerary

Highlights:

  • Silo Art in:
    • Rupanyup — Netballer & Footballer from the Rupanyup Panthers Football Netball Club
    • Sheep Hills — Wergaia & Wojobaluk Elders alongside two young children
    • Brim — Female & Male Farmers
    • Rosebery — Young Female Farmer & Horseman with his horse
    • Patchewollock — Local Sheep & Grain Farmers
    • Lascelles — Generational Farmers, Geoff & Marilyn Horman
    • Rochester — Squirrel Glider & Azure Kingfisher
    • Tungamah — Dancing Brolgas & a Kookaburra
    • St James — Sir George Coles, Founder of Coles Supermarkets
    • Devenish — WW1 Nurse & modern day female Military Medic (both in uniform)
    • Goorambat — Rural Landscape, Endangered Barking Owl & Clydesdale Horses
    • Sea Lake — The Space in Between
  • Other Art:
    • Old Shire Council Buildings, Rupanyup — Firefighters Mural
    • Buildings in the Lascelles Township
    • Woomelang General Store — Carpet Python (endangered species)
    • Goorambat Uniting Church Mural — Sophia
    • Winton Wetlands Water Tank — Portraits of 3x local CFA Volunteers
    • Benalla Ceramic Mural on the Shore of Lake Benalla
  • Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre, Ararat
  • Lake Tyrrell (Pink Lakes) - time permitting
  • Simply Tomatoes & Aussie Wool Quilts, Boort
  • The Spanner Man (John Piccoli), Boort
  • Guided Tour of Benalla Street Art

The Australian Silo Art movement all began in Northam, Western Australia in 2015.  Across the country there are now 35 painted Silos.  On our tour we will be visiting 12 of the 15 silos currently in Victoria.  

 

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