Victorian Silo Art

Self Drive Motorcycle Tour

4 Days, 3 nights

Spring Summer, Autumn excluding school and public holidays.

If you are a fan of Silo Art, spending four days following this itinerary will allow you to visit some of the best examples in Australia. Wind down and relax while riding country roads with little or no traffic and spend time in towns without the hustle and bustle found in our cities. Visit 14 fantastic examples of Silo Art with the opportunity to take in the Winton Wetlands and experience good old fashioned Country Hospitality found at the Country Clubs you will be staying at.

1 Person, 1 Bike, 1 Room    $1,554 per person

2 People, 1 Bike, 1 Room     $ 777 per person

2 People, 2 Bikes, 1 Room   $1,281 per person

For more information about or to book this tour please email [email protected] or phone +61 3 8821 9442.


Silo Art

Day 1.  Ringwood to Yarrawonga

Today you are heading North East to the Silo’s at Goorambat, St James and Tungamah in North East Victoria. If you have time take in the Art Work at the church in Devenish and visit the Winton Wetlands. By the way, the motorcycling on this route is not to bad either. Your accommodation tonight will be in Yarrawonga.

Day 2.  Yarrawonga to Echuca

You are now on the Victorian NSW Border but rather than crossing the river we suggest that you turn left, heading west to your initial stop at the silo’s at Picola. From Picola head to Colbinabbin to view what we consider to be the best set of silo’s in Victoria. From Colbinabbin make your way to Rochester and then on to your accommodation for the night at Echuca.

Day 3. Echuca to Horsham

There are 6 sets of silo’s to visit today. Nullawil, Sea Lake, Lascelles, Roseberry, Brim and Sheep Hills. All are well worth visiting. Today will see you in the saddle a little longer but the roads are quiet and there are no traffic lights to slow down your journey.

Day 4. Horsham to Ringwood

After spending the night in Horsham we suggest that your first stop for the day is at Murtoa to visit what is known as the Stick Shed. Although not Silo Art the Stick Shed was used to store grain and it is unlike anything you will see anywhere else. From the Stick Shed head on to Rupanyup and then St Arnaud for another two sets of silo’s that are well worth a visit.

What’s Included

Motorcycle Hire

Helmet and Gloves


Detailed Itinerary

What’s Not Included

Air Fares



Anything not mentioned in what’s included

For more information about this tour please email [email protected] or phone +61 3 8821 9442.

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