• Suggested Time: 5 Days -
  • Wheatbelt

Explore the Wheatbelt following the PUBLIC Silo Trail, an ambitious project that brought internationally renowned artists to regional Western Australia to transform a string of massive grain silos into works of art.

What better way to get off the beaten track and spend some time in some of the Wheatbelt’s most welcoming and down-to-earth communities? Completed in 2018, this permanent, open-air ‘gallery’ links rural and coastal towns across Western Australia’s southern regions, spreading a visible legacy across silos, walls and electrical boxes from Northam to Albany.

Photography by Bewley Shaylor and videos by Peacock Visuals courtesy of FORM.

Driving times and distances intended as a guide only and may vary depending on exact route taken. Accommodation options are indicative as to what is available in the area.

Above map is intended as a guide only. It is highly recommended before heading out on your journey, you purchase a detailed Western Australian road and track map available from the RAC, petrol stations or where good maps of Western Australia are sold.

Looking for other road trips to do once you have followed 5 Day Public Silo Trail, check out our full range of road trips.

Events along the way

Silo Art Trail videos