We set off to see the silo art in New South Wales and Victoria. The first is at Barraba. To get there we travelled by Warwick, Greenup and Inverell.
Continuing on the NSW Silo Art Trail, passing through small historic towns to see silos at Gunnedah, Merriwa and Dunedoo.
There are 8 painted silos in NSW, all different, all fabulous. We’ve driven 2000km from Brisbane to see them all. Now we continue south to pick up the Victoria Silo Art Trail.
We went to Victoria for the Silo Art Trail and we saw the 9 painted silos in the Wimmera-Mallee region. Further travel in Victoria was cut short by the 7 day lockdown introduced by the Victorian Government in response to a COVID-19 outbreak.
After crossing back into NSW to avoid the Victorian COVID lockdown we travelled via Deniliquin, Urana, Wagga Wagga, Yass, Braidwood and Cobargo to reach the coast at Eden.
Following the NSW south coast from Eden to Sydney, eating fresh osters at every opportunity.
From Sydney to Brisbane we followed the coast stopping at Forster, the Myall Lakes National Park, Trial Bay Goal, Woolgoolga and Lennox Head.
The Solitary Islands Coastal Walk runs 60 km from Red Rock to Sawtell, mostly along the beach. It’s best walked at low tide and from north to south so the sun is behind.