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Sheep Hills silo art
Art admirers, festival fanatics and photography followers, wander the Grampians to experience extraordinary art, ancient and evolving, indoors and out.
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<p>Follow the 200-kilometre Silo Art Trail through the Wimmera/Mallee region as it evolves into Australia's biggest outdoor gallery, featuring larger-than-life works by renowned street artists.</p>
<p>Explore the Grampians' extraordinary, ancient rock art sites dating back thousands of years. Visit the Brambuk Centre at Halls Gap for self-guided walking maps of the shelters in the area or join Aboriginal guides for in-depth tours.</p>
<p>Get a snap-shop of the region at Horsham Regional Art Gallery, home to a nationally significant collection of Australian photography, and host to exceptional touring exhibitions from the likes of Tracey Moffatt, Christian Thompson and Bindi Cole Chocka.</p>
<p>Watch tiny town Natimuk (pop. 500) transform into an off-beat arts precinct packed with performance and projections in November. Expect to see aerialists dangling from silos at dusk, pop-up discos, roving bands, immersive, interactive theatre and out-and-out art attacks.</p>
<p>Put yourself in the frame and get creative with Framing the Wimmera, an installation project that sees large, wooden frames positioned to frame iconic vistas in the region. Take your own shots and tag them with #framingthewimmera to take part in the art.</p>
Join the locals and enjoy the best of the Grampians' food and wine, spectator sports, arts and great outdoors at one of the region's many events.
Dine out on a meal you won't forget at the acclaimed Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld, featuring fine Grampians regional produce and famed sparkling wines.
Travel through mountains, open plains, and the forests and flora of the Grampians and soak up the sights that have inspired generations of artists.
Dig down into the ancient, rugged landscapes of the Grampians region and uncover a rich history, from Aboriginal rock art to European exploration.