GrainCorp currently has a substantial amount of exciting, active silo art projects underway throughout Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
Therefore, we are not able to consider any new proposals at this stage.
Please contact us for any updates
GrainCorp is proud to support the silo art trail, with our sites providing the canvas for creations that are reinvigorating some of Australia's smallest regional towns.Since the journey started in 2015 in Brim, we’ve seen artworks blossom across some of the largest and tallest structures in our storage network, from Victoria through to central Queensland.
Following the success of Brim, we have received hundreds of requests for more information on how to get local silos painted as part of the GrainCorp silo art trail.
We are excited to work with you to explore this possibility but there are some important conditions that must be met. You can find a policy document here that gives an overview of these considerations as well as other terms and conditions.
If your questions aren't answered, please get in touch with us.
The use of Silo Art imagery
In February 2017, we facilitated the filming of one of Australia's most popular shows, MasterChef, in front of the Brim silos. We worked closely with the production team to safely install commercial kitchens and film equipment. Filming required over 100 contestants, crew and support staff – nearly more than Brim's population!
The Brim episode of MasterChef put Brim on the map – more than anything ever before.
We’ve partnered with Australia Post to produce these limited-edition postage stamps. Launched in May 2018, the stamps feature images of our silos in Brim, Victoria, and Thallon, Queensland, which form part of the GrainCorp silo art trail. Head into your local post office to get your copy today.
In Queensland, we have partnered with the Thallon Progress Association to paint our silos. The project is unique as Thallon is an operational site and in one of the most remote parts of our network. The artwork was launched in July 2017 and represented over two years of planning by the local community group.