Departing from Halls Gap or Stawell, you will explore the Wimmera by visiting four of the silo art pieces in the towns of Brim, Sheep Hills, Roseberry and Rupanyup.
You will also have time to explore some of the towns and local shops, with morning tea and lunch included. Learn about the region, the small towns, the silos and the artist as you travel through Wheatbelt county on this full day tour.
Tour available on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Price is per person. Same price for adults and children.
A full day tour departing at 9:00am, stopping at three silos, morning tea, lunch and bottle of water returning at 5:00pm.
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Grampians Wine Tours offer a variety of tours that include the Grampians National park, local vineyards, breweries, the silo art trail and more. With their most popular tours on Saturdays, the Grampians Grapes and Grains Tour and the Wine and Beer Blast from $80 per person.
With small groups of up to eleven people (contact them for larger groups) you receive personal service from experienced and passionate tour guides to make the tour fun informative and interesting.
Visit highlights of the Grampians, underground cellar tours, tastings and picturesque views are all included or jump on their silo art tour - this very unique 'street art' trail that has be very popular on a national and international level with visitors from every corner travelling to get up close to these amazing bush creations. Learn about the heart of the wheat belt and the small Wimmera towns you drive through while admiring the silo art.
Tours departing the heart of the Grampians from Halls Gap, plus the townships of Pomonal, and Stawell. Contact Grampians Wine Tours for custom and private tour options of different tour types and times and days to suit the needs of everyone.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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