Silo Art

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GrainCorp silo art trail

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.
As one of Australia's largest regional employers, we believe it’s vital to support local communities in rural and remote areas. Alongside the silos, we provide important safety and operational support to the projects, and we work closely with artists to ensure the artwork represents the character of the local community.

The silo art trail is a fantastic reason to get out on the road and see more of Australia, and many tourists get off the beaten track just to see the squirrel glider at Rochester or the sheep at sunset in Thallon.
We would love to see your photos and hear your stories from the trail – where have you been, and what have you seen?
Tag us in your photos on social media using #siloartstories, or email to tell us about your travels.

Have you seen them all?

The national silo art trail is ever-expanding, and GrainCorp is proud to partner with the Australian Silo Art Trail to help you explore the biggest and brightest artworks in regional Australia.
If you’d like to find more silo and water tower artworks, visit the Australian Silo Art Trail website, which features a comprehensive map of all the sites.

Your local silo

The use of Silo Art imagery

GrainCorp does not make money from silo art; our involvement in the creation of artworks on our sites is purely to improve the visual amenity of those regional communities, as well as assist the communities to attract visitors to support the local economy.

As owners of the artworks, we are invested in the use of the artwork to ensure the benefits of silo art continue to support the community. Specifically, we have been contacted by a number of individuals and local businesses who wish to create items of merchandise containing images and reproductions of GrainCorp’s silo art, intended for sale. In response, we have developed a series of guidelines to follow when considering the use of GrainCorp silo art.

Use of GrainCorp Silo Art guidelines.

Silo art tours


East VIC

West VIC

From the furthest southern to the furthest northern


GrainCorp and MasterChef

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.

A new way to enjoy silo art!

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.

Completed silo artwork