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New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

Australian Water Tower Art

Not only does Australia have fantastic painted silos, Australia also has over 50 painted water towers as well. Not every country town has a silo, but many have water towers they can enhance to help entice visitors to their towns. All the states are included, with Queensland having more than 25 in the collection so far

Marg and Russ

The Travels of Marg & Russ up to June 2016 then of Russ

Queensland Silo Art locations

Queensland currently has two painted silos in the Australian Silo Art Trail.

We have recorded 17 painted water towers in New South Wales, including three new ones completed in 2019. Locations include Bardia, Boddington Hill, Coal Point, Collingullie, Coonamble, Deniliquin, Gulargambone, Gunnedah, Hornsby, Katoomba, Lapstone, Lockhart, narrandera, Mt Riverview, Willans Hill, Wilton & Woolgoolga.

New South Wales Water Tower Locations

We have recorded 17 painted water towers in New South Wales, including three new ones completed in 2019. Locations include Bardia, Boddington Hill, Coal Point, Collingullie, Coonamble, Deniliquin, Gulargambone, Gunnedah, Hornsby, Katoomba, Lapstone, Lockhart, narrandera, Mt Riverview, Willans Hill, Wilton & Woolgoolga.

Tatong Tavern Water Tank Art

The Tatong Tavern water tank is in Victoria. Titled ‘The Kelly Gang Prospecting in the Tatong Hills’ this mural has been painted with such minute fine detail, its absolutely amazing. It was painted by Michael Larkin, a local to the Tatong area and commissioned by Pedro Schroder, the Tatong Tavern owner.

Lismore Water Tower Art

Lismore Water Tower in Victoria painted by Jimmi Buscombe in February 2020. It depicts two Brolgas in a misty field with some sheep.

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

For us, Australia's New South Wales Silo Art Trail was a wonderful experience and a fantastic opportunity to explore unknown territory. We travelled through towns we had never heard of before and probably would never had visited if it was not for the Australian Silo Art Trail. So please enjoy the story of our journey.

The Mundubbera sewage pump station was painted by artist Annette Green (AKA Rain Hart) in 1997

The Mundubbera pump station in Queensland was painted by 'Rain Hart' in 1997 making it one of the oldest that we have featured on the Australian Silo Art Trail to date. It depicts the meeting of the Boyne, Auburn and Burnett Rivers with lots of native flora and fauna tucked into the scenes as well.

For us, Australia's New South Wales Silo Art Trail was a wonderful experience and a fantastic opportunity to explore unknown territory. We travelled through towns we had never heard of before and probably would never had visited if it was not for the Australian Silo Art Trail. So please enjoy the story of our journey.

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

For us, Australia's New South Wales Silo Art Trail was a wonderful experience and a fantastic opportunity to explore unknown territory. We travelled through towns we had never heard of before and probably would never had visited if it was not for the Australian Silo Art Trail. So please enjoy the story of our journey.

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

New South Wales Silo Art Trail

Marg and Russ

The Travels of Marg & Russ up to June 2016 then of Russ