Explore Victoria’s Silo Art in Echuca Moama & District

Total driving time, excluding stops:

Approximately 3.5-4 hours.

Echuca Moama & District is home to many of Victoria’s silo and water tank art installations.

Watch the video, download the map, and follow the trail below. Explore the many art and cultural attractions along the way.

Allow a full day to explore the Silo Art Trail itinerary below. Stopping for lunch at a winery or break it up into two half-day drives.

Stop 1

Echuca Moama to Rochester

Approx. 25 mins drive

Travel to Rochester to view the Rochester GrainCorp Silos, which were the first art silos painted in the Echuca Moama region. Artist, Jimmy Dvate, completed the first two silos in 2018, which feature two threatened local species – the azure king fisher and the wrist-winged squirrel glider. A third silo was painted in 2022, featuring a duck-billed platypus. 18 Ramsay St, Rochester


    Stop 2

    Rochester to Colbinabbin
    Approx. 25 mins drive

    The six-silo art mural in Colbinabbin was painted by Tim Bowtell in 2020, and re-tells significant moments from the town’s history, including its important links to agriculture, community, environment the construction of the railway. Station St, Colbinabbin.

    Feeling peckish?

    Stop by the Colbinabbin General Store to pick up a coffee & bite to eat. For a hearty meal, head to the renovated Colbinabbin Hotel.


    Stop 3

    Colbinabbin to Heathcote Wine Region/Toolleen
    Approx. 20 mins drive

    Famous for its robust shiraz, superb cabernet sauvignon, ancient red cambrian soils and tranquil bush setting, the Heathcote wine region is a prestigious Australian wine region, with a number of wineries located just 15 minutes drive from Colbinabbin.

    We highly recommend Tellurian Wines,  Peregrine Ridge, and Domaine Asmara in Toolleen; Silver Spoon Estate in Mt Camel; and The Shiraz Republic in Cornella.



    • Iddles Lane: Former Victoria Police homicide detective, Ron Iddles, has been commemorated in his hometown of Rochester. The Iddles Lane mural was painted by Tim Bowtell and celebrates the achievements of one of the state’s most respected detectives.
    • Rochester Mural Park: Located off Moore Street in Rochester, Mural Park features a selection of 2.1m x 4.8m murals created as part of the annual Rochester Mural Festival.

        New murals are added each year.

    Stop 4

    Toolleen to Kyabram (via Stanhope & Girgarre)
    Approx. 70 mins drive

    The Kyabram Art Water Tank, owned by Goulburn Water, is the most recent addition to the region’s silo art trail, being painted by Jimmy Dvate in January 2021. It features the Kyabram Fauna Park wetlands and the wildlife that inhabit them. Including the eastern long neck turtle, golden whistler and Major-Mitchell’s cockatoo.  Crn Union & Drum St, Kyabram

      Stop 5

      Kyabram to Tongala
      Approx. 15 mins drive

      Visit the small town of Tongala and marvel at the 40+ street murals painted on buildings and fences around the town centre.

      The Hay Bale Trail also pops up at Christmas and Easter, with local artists and farmers coming together to add even more colour to this artistic town.


      Stop 6

      Tongala to Picola
      Approx. 40 mins drive

      Visit the Picola Art Silo, painted by Jimmy Dvate in 2020. It features the culturally significant Barmah National Park and some of the wildlife that calls it home.

      The silos are still operational and located on private land, however can be viewed from the roadside. 25 Moran St, Picola


      On The Way:

      • Visit Stanhope: call into the Many Makers Gallery; and view the Fonterra Mural, which features thousands of individual photos that create one enchanting artwork. The recently painted Montevideo Maru Mural, by Tim Bowtell, pays tribute to all those who perished in Australia’s largest maritime disaster, including three men from Stanhope.
        15 mins drive from Kyabram
        • Visit Girgarre: Explore the Girgarre Sound Walk, a hands-on musical journey through town using repurposed materials to create interactive musical instruments, and take a stroll through Gargarro Botanic Gardens and event space. If you happen to be in town on for the monthly Girgarre Markets, you will be able to meander through the 120 market stalls selling local produce, arts and crafts. 15 mins drive from Kyabram, 8 mins drive from Stanhope

      Picola to Echuca Moama Approx. 40 mins drive

      Return to Echuca Moama and end you day with a food & wine experience at one of our riverside wineries, contemporary restaurants, historic pubs, or relaxed clubs.

        Explore more Echuca Moama art experiences


      • Customs House Gallery
      • Foundry Arts Space
      • Whistlestop Gallery
      • Alton Gallery


      Outdoor art

      • David Maughan’s Les Belle Helen II sculpture in the Moama Botanic Gardens
      • Geoff Hocking’s Long Paddock sculptures near the Moama Kerrabee Sound Shell
      • Timber Cutters sculptures at Edward River Bridge picnic area
      • Corey Thomas’s Long Paddock sculptures at the Mathoura Visitor Information Centre
      • Jimmy Dvate’s mural on the side wall of the Gunbower Hotel.

      Echuca Moama & District Silo Art Trail

      Download your a copy of the Echuca Moama Silo Art Trail Map and start planning your next visit to Echuca Moama and District today.