The latest of the painted silo art in South Australia is in the northern Yorke Peninsula town of Bute. It takes a little under two hours to get there from Adelaide and the silo art is on Martin Road, next to the disused railway line. The artists responsible for this one are Scott Nagy and… Read More A Bute-iful painted silo in South Australia
On a quest to find new silo art in South Australia I’ve managed to track down two more outstanding examples of this grand scale art. Farrell Flat The first is in the town of Farrell Flat, a little under 150 kilometres north of Adelaide in the Clare Valley region. The brilliantly coloured mural was completed… Read More Farrell Flat and Eudunda Silo Art
I’m gradually getting around to visiting as many painted silos and water towers around the country as I can, and added to that are the many, many brilliant examples of street art and murals in towns across Australia. Here are a few of the incredible silos to look for as you travel in South Australia.
On our tour around Eyre Peninsula we took a detour to make sure we didn’t miss illuminate Tumby, before resuming our itinerary back on the other side of the peninsula’s coast. Tumby Bay had so much going for it that we were definitely stopping in again on our way back, to see more of what… Read More Tumby Bay ~ So Nice, We Visited Twice
In Australia we are used to seeing more and more silo art appearing in country areas but in South Australia there are now a couple of towns doing it a little differently. Recently we were in the town of Quorn in the Southern Flinders Ranges and we timed it specifically so we could spend a… Read More Silo Art with a Difference
Silo art is a growing attraction through rural regions of Australia and here’s another one to add to the list, if you are travelling through the Riverland region of South Australia. You’ll find these beauties in the town of Waikerie, which sits on the Murray River around 180 kilometres north east of Adelaide.