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Loved coming upon this painted silo and the rural theme of the subjects. Serious photographers... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Melbourne, Australia

The striking red colourings added to the paintings on the Silo, make you remember it long... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Sunbury, Australia
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“Big surprise!”
6 days ago
Keonig st, Beulah, Victoria 7306, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Loved coming upon this painted silo and the rural theme of the subjects. Serious photographers should note that the images face west, so early morning shots are into the sun. Congratulations to whoever went ahead with these 'crazy' idea. We LOVED it!

Thank jenhorne95
Reviewed 6 days ago

The striking red colourings added to the paintings on the Silo, make you remember it long afterwards. All that is missing is a dog in the middle silo.

Thank Sherridan63
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Awesome! Would recommend for anyone to go and see the whole Silo Art work. Brilliant artist, when you see the size it is amazing how they achieved this.

Thank irene p
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Did the whole leg in one day and unfortunately the day was overcast and cold but that did not detract from the images. The Rosebery silos showing us female and male farmers which is nice as there have been female farmers for years, even back...More

Thank Vicki J
Reviewed 4 October 2018

Part of the Silo Art Trail - a must-see for everyone travelling in Victoria. Not only are the silos amazing but the countryside is pretty spectacular too!

Thank Julie E
Reviewed 24 June 2018

Amazing how artists are transforming drab concrete silos into works of art. One of my favourites is at Rosebery silos, via Beulah. These silos are part of the silo trail, approx 200klm, and are well worth the effort. Situated in the central western wheatbelt of...More

Thank bigdenw
Reviewed 15 April 2018

We enjoyed our afternoon drive along the Silo Art Trail and Rosebery did not fail to delight us with the beautiful silo art. A love of country life and horses, this was beautiful, no township or toilets available but worth a stop. Thanks to all...More

Thank AussiesvisitUSA
Reviewed 8 January 2018

What a surprise to see this,great art work on the silo,would be good to see more work done on other silo's.

Thank rocket1946
Reviewed 10 November 2017

Really loved this art work which is still not quite completed. We had wondered how they had painted these silos. We had thought that they must have used a huge scaffolding system. As it turns out they are painted from a cherry picker. Much easier....More

Thank 993anitat
Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

Easily accessible with large parking area on Henty Hwy. Painted by Melbourne street artist Kaff-eine (a former lawyer) who assisted with the nearby Lascelles Silo Art. Personally one of my favourites

Thank JohnG3121
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