Victoria's Silo Art Trail: how to explore Australia’s biggest outdoor art gallery
Spanning 700-kilometers and featuring works by Rone, Adnate, and other iconic artists, discover Australia’s largest outdoor art gallery on this unique Victorian road trip.
Australia is home to plenty of big things: big prawns, big merinos, and big bananas. The location of each big thing often plays homage to the local industries or landscape. Given that, it makes perfect sense that Victoria, often referred to as the cultural heart of Australia, is home to the country’s biggest outdoor art gallery.
The Silo Art Trail has been turning heads on dusty regional roads since 2016 with its 700km-long collection of massive street artworks celebrating the people and culture of Victoria’s northwest.
Originally a region known for its agriculture industry, the project has injected new life into rural towns and encouraged tourism to the areas, along with providing economic benefits for the local communities and gifting Victoria one of the most unique road trip routes in the country.
Follow our guide on the best way to visit Victoria's Silo Art Trail.