Silo Art Trail in Port Hedland

Port Hedland Serge Vessels

Part of the Australian Silo Art trail, these brightly-coloured artworks are a must-see and fun photo opportunity! You'll find them on the corner of Styles and Wilson Street.

The Silo Art Trail in Port Hedland stands as a testament to the town’s vibrant cultural scene and artistic spirit. Situated at the intersection of Styles and Wilson Street, these towering silos serve as canvases for the remarkable works of Brad Eastman and Vans The Omega, who undertook the ambitious project in July 2018. Eastman, reflecting on the endeavour, acknowledges the unique challenges posed by the industrial landscape, particularly navigating around the intricate network of pipes that crisscross the site. Despite these obstacles, the result is a stunning fusion of urban artistry against an industrial backdrop, encapsulating the resilience and creativity of the community. The Silo Art Trail not only adds visual intrigue to Port Hedland but also invites visitors to delve into the rich tapestry of its cultural heritage.

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