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Fabulous little small community . We lunched at the great Art Deco Pub not far from the Fabulous Silo Art . Great cold Beer If you are at the top of the Silo trail . We found this to be a quirky and very friendly...More
a must do in the vicinity of the Wimmera area; six silos have been painted by Australian artists along the railway line or at a former railway station. They stretch over 170 kilometres & are best viewed during the middle of day due to better...More
We started our silo trail day trip at Patchewollock and ended at Rupanyup. There are picnic tables here and we enjoyed morning tea while marvelling at the art. Toilets are nearby just across the road along with a store that sells souvenirs. We noticed a...More
The northernmost of the silos currently on the Silo Art Trail (by artist, Fintan Magee) portrays local farmer, Nick Hulland, against a big blue sky. Whilst not having the impact of the original silos at Brim, it is, nevertheless, a superb piece of work. Located...More
This colourful work can be seen miles from Patchewollock. This tiny town is worth the effort as they have some lovely Mallee Fowl sculptures and a disused railway station just near the silo.
Public toilet just across the road from the General store which sells...More
Well worth the trip out, look to Improve the facilities around the silos, the locals should band together with Goverrnment and Lions to set up Cafe caravans with deck & chairs to soak it all in, they are missing so much opportunity!
It is certainly worth a drive to Patchewollock to have a look at the silo art. We packed a picnic for the occasion. We stopped off at Brim Silo Art on the way through, it is great too and still my favourite. The Patche Silo...More
the furtherest away on the silo art trail is this amazing work. to be honest it's the least favourite of mine and I still think it's amazing. while in town check out the old railway station and the mallee fowl sculpture