Here today, maybe gone tomorrow.
One thing that has changed in Brisbane city since our last visit is the further development of Fish Lane as a foodie and street art destination. There’s a street art map for most of the official wall murals. And plenty of unofficial art to discover for yourself.
The Silo art trail in Victoria is well-documented, so it’s easy to do some research before you hit the road. In Woomelang, there are multiple mobile silo art sites – not part of the official silo art trail. We didn’t realise until after we’d passed through the town that there are eight mobile silos inContinue reading “Silos – part 2”
A silo is a structure that stores grain. In country Australia it can also be a massive canvas.
Utes in the paddock is worth a stop. Winner of a 2020 Australian Street Art award. The council is looking for more artists to contribute. BYO ute. They could do with a pop-up coffee van too. Just saying. (Top image is Circle Work – John Murray.)
My distain for Adelaide suburban beaches has lessened since I’ve been away from SA. Glenelg was a great place to stay for a night, and the beach was clean and perfect for a dip.
At Cowell we stopped to check out some of the op shops, but we were mainly there to see the silo art. The mural features a local identity, Lionel Deer, and one of his camels, plus a Port Lincoln Parrot in flight. Artwork by NITSUA. We travelled on to Whyalla, spending a night there beforeContinue reading “Cowell to Whyalla”
Tumby Bay is a lovely little seaside town on lower Eyre Peninsula. And it is working hard to encourage people to visit with a yearly festival, Colour Tumby, supporting street art. Also a wonderful place to enjoy Coffin Bay oysters at the Seabreeze Hotel. One morning I went for a walk along the beach andContinue reading “Tumby Bay”