The Silo Art trail began in the town of Brim as a partnership between a local community group and Brisbane born street artist Guido van Helten in 2015.
Since then, a series of grain solos, many built in the 1930s, have undergone a colourful transformation to become an internationally recognised art gallery set amongst fields of barley and grain.
On our visit to the region, we found Horsham to be a fantastic base to explore the trail. To help you plan your own visit, we have put together a day trip itinerary which starts with a healthy breakfast at Nourish’d, stops at an Instagram inducing pink lake, a visit to an olive grove, a winery and finishes up with tapas and wine at Baa3400 back in Horsham.
Fill up the tank and let’s get started.