Silo Art Podcast Tour

Storytowns have launched a revolutionary “Silo Art Podcast Tour” to showcase the silo art that can be found in the Wimmera Mallee... read more.


Storytowns have launched a revolutionary “Silo Art Podcast Tour” to showcase the silo art that can be found in the Wimmera Mallee. Through a series of podcasts, you”™ll hear the stories shared straight from the artists, subjects, historians and residents. Your hosts will also find the local hidden gems and places you would have normally missed! Listen through the tour as you drive through towns including Rupanyup, Patchewollock, Brim, Sea Lake, Lascelles, Woomelang, Rosebery and the tiny Nullawil.

You’ll able to view the art and learn about it in real-time with this incredibly immersive and cutting-edge experience. Be left in awe of the grand scale paintings and fall in love with the character of the town and locals alike.
The tour will provide engaging insights about the meanings of the magical and often monumental designs. It”™s an amazing opportunity to learn more about the secrets of the art that only a few people know. The hardest part will be leaving each work and going to the next stop, Bring your children, siblings, parents, friends, grandparents and cousins ”“ everyone will love this fun family adventure.

For another artistic experience nearby, have a look at the “Warrnambool Street Art Podcast Tour”.


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