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Kaniva Silo Art

Contact Kaniva Silo Art

Kaniva is the western gateway to the Wimmera Mallee Silo Art Trail.

The Kaniva GrainCorp Silos can be viewed from the Band Park in Progress Street. The Band Park is a popular picnic spot with children's play area, next to the war memorial. From there, visitors can follow the Sheep Art Trail to the main street and the Wetlands and Fauna Park.

The artwork pays tribute to the nearby Little Desert and its diverse flora and fauna. It was painted in October 2020 by studio and mural artist David Lee Pereira and fellow artist and friend Jason Parker. The GrainCorp silos were built in 1939 and stand 29.6 metres high.

Caravan parking is available at the Band Park in Progress Street. From there it is a two minute walk to the main street with plenty of food and accommodation options available.