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Australian Silo Art Trail - The Ultimate Guide

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Embark on "The Ultimate Journey Through Australia’s Artistic Landscape" with the Australian Silo Art Trail - The Ultimate Guide. This premium coffee table book, proudly printed in Australia, offers a captivating exploration of colossal silo and water tower art. Through high-quality photographs, each page unveils the remarkable talent of artists who turn massive structures into breathtaking masterpieces.

Immerse yourself in the vibrancy, emotion, and skill that bring Australia’s iconic landscapes to life. Every mural, captured with exquisite clarity, tells a unique story of culture, heritage, and artistic innovation. This book is more than a guide; it's a visual feast that showcases the richness of Australia's illustrious art scene.

Don’t miss the exclusive opportunity to own a piece of this artistic journey and delve into the stunning world of silo and water tower art that adorns the Australian landscape.

The Ultimate Guide is the accumulation of over 5 years work by Annette and Eric Green to curate the largest Art Trail in the world.

Key Features

  • Featuring 60 Silo Art murals from around Australia
  • Over 150 Water tower murals highlighted
  • 208 pages - A4 spiral bound book
  • Numerous points of interest
  • Maps and street locations for each mural
  • Organised into 15 detailed regional trails for seamless and effortless trip planning


Key Specifications

Edition: 1st

Publication Date: 01/09/2023

Number of Pages: 208 (spiral bound)

Height: 297mm

Width: 220mm

Depth: 20mm

Weight: 1kg


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jos Bonnie
Review: Australian Silo Art Trail - The Ultimate Guide

I purchased "Australian Silo Art Trail - The Ultimate Guide" as a gift for my wife today (14/2/2024 :) ). Very well received, mission accomplished (happy wife, happy life). It's a beautiful book with lots of informative text, maps and of course photos of art on silos, water towers and other structures (the latter being classified as "points of interest"). Some photos show structures without the art, which is due to copyright issues where artist's approval for publication has either not been given or is pending. I would recommend this book, especially if you like travelling through and supporting regional Australia while exploring for whatever is on offer.

john edwards


Patrica Tischark

It will be great to go travelling and to see them all.

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