With an awe-inspiring canvas of silos and country towns, Western Australia is where the mega murals began

Linking Northam, Ravensthorpe, Merredin, Albany, Katanning, Newdegate and Pingrup, this permanent, open-air, truly PUBLIC ‘gallery’ of murals celebrates the scale and story of agriculture in Western Australia’s southern regions.

Art in unexpected places

On CBH Group grain silos, Western Power electrical transformer boxes, shop walls and street corners. 

ART ABOUT THE WHEATBELT AND THE GREAT SOUTHERN

On the farmland panorama of Western Australia’s southern regions, visible for miles: a regional legacy of FORM’s PUBLIC festival (2014-2016) of urban art. 

FOUR YEARS, 18 ARTISTS, FROM PERTH TO MIAMI TO London to TUNISIA

Artists interpreting the cycle of wildflowers; local birds and rare animals; sea creatures; dog on a ute; the colours of harvest, salt lake, pasture and sky.

1,704

LITRES OF PAINT

8714

SQUARE METres PAINTED

107

DAYS spent PAINTING

A chance to get closer to the people and industries  

These towering agricultural landmarks invite you to get closer, and explore, to follow the trail, and visit some of Western Australia’s most welcoming and down-to-earth farming communities. Read Stories from the Silo Towns, FORM's collection of first-hand accounts of living on the land.

“the silo mural was like magic and the town just lifted. Everyone surrounded it and supported it. It just lifted the energy of the town”

Helen Steike
Newdegate
A legacy project celebrating community, culture and creativity

The chance for the tight-knit communities of the Wheatbelt and the Great Southern to build a cultural tourism experience with the help of art that captures the imagination, and that expresses the work ethic and resilience of the regions.

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