Australian towns are renowned for loving ‘big things’, with many towns highlighting their local industry, agriculture, history or natural beauty with large outdoor sculptures and giant paintings. So, it’s only natural that our silos around Australia are becoming the canvases for regional creativity and expression.
Since our first project in the Victorian town of Brim in 2015 (population 171), we’ve worked with local councils to lend some of our sites to local artists to create impactful artworks in regional communities and encourage visitors to the area.
It’s just another great reason to get off the beaten track and see more of Australia.
Hit the trail
The silo art trail is always growing and we’re proud to partner with the Australian Silo Art Trail to help you explore these large–scale artworks around regional Australia. Use our map below to find an artwork.
Don’t forget to share your silo art trail stories with us! Tag us in your photos on social media using #graincorpsilo art, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us about your travels.
Submissions for new silo art projects are currently closed, while we work through several projects in 2021 and 2022. We are working towards relaunching our program in late 2021.
If you would like to get in touch in the meantime, please contact email@example.com.
Notes on commercial usage
GrainCorp’s silo art projects are a collaboration between GrainCorp and regional communities. We do not profit from silo art.
As owners of the artworks, we are invested in the use of the artwork to benefit local communities and continue to support and increase visitation to these areas.
If you’re considering creating items of merchandise containing images or reproductions of our silo art projects that you intend to sell for profit, you must review and follow our guidelines around supporting the local communities.