Goorambat Silos

Landmarks and Buildings

As part of the 2018 Wall to Wall festival, Goorambat silos were painted by famed iconic Melbourne Street artist Jimmy Dvate.

Dvate is known for his striking renditions of endangered animals from across Australia. Dvate has created another monumental artwork depicting ‘Millie’ the Barking owl who actually lives at Healesville Sanctuary and is an endangered bird of prey from the area.

He also painted a rural scene on one of the smaller silos.

In 2019 Jimmy returned to paint with a tribute to Clydesdales Clem, Sam and Banjo. Clydesdales have always been the backbone to the Goorambat Community, so this is truly a fitting tribute.

The silos are open daily.

Also while visiting Goorambat, no visit is complete without visiting Sophia which is located in the Uniting Church and the latest art installation by Simon White at the toilet block.

Once you have seen these silos, continue on the North East Victoria Silo art trail and check out the silos at Devenish, St James and Tungamah.


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