The Silo Art at Devenish in north east Victoria pays tribute to the women who have nursed our armed forces over the years, from World War 1 to the present. They were officially ‘opened’ on the eve of ANZAC Day in 2018.
I found it quite moving and appreciated the viewing area that offered a seat for quiet reflection.
The local pub is directly opposite, too, if you want to stop for a coffee ☕️ or something stronger 🍷.
One of the reasons these small towns sponsor silo art is to attract tourists who will hopefully spend a few dollars in the town to keep places like the general store and local pub operational. It’s a win for the locals then.
Here’s a newspaper article from The Age about the Devenish silos and their art.
This would have to be one of my favourites on the Silo Art Trail.