Silo Art Trail October Departure
Silo Art Trail October Departure
6 days

Featuring Hyden, Albany and Denmark


Admire world-class murals along the West Australian Silo Trail. Travelling remote highways, expect the unexpected as towering agricultural landmarks tell a story about people or a place and join locals to search for regional wildflowers.

Australian Destination Western Australia
International Destination
Tour Date 07 to 12 October 2021
Number Of Days 6 days
Tour Price From (per person twin share) $1,825
Tour Cost Adult$0
Tour Price Single Option $305

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  • Silo Art Trail
  • Northam Heritage Centre
  • Guided wildflower tour of Hyden
  • Wave Rock
  • Guided wildflower tour, Stirling Range National Park
  • Porongurup Ranges
  • Denmark and Greens Pool
  • Mount Romance Sandalwood Factory

Pre/post tour transfers (ex Perth, WA)

13 meals

5 nights’ accommodation

Tours and attractions

Professional Villa Tour Leader and Coach Captain

Your holiday itinerary (ex Perth, Western Australia)
Day 1. Perth to Hyden (D)           
We collect you from home, then travel to the historic town of Northam. Located on the banks of the Avon River, the extraordinary Silo Art Trail begins here. View silos featuring country characters, bold colours and abstract patterns. In the afternoon, travel the Wheatbelt countryside on your way to Hyden.  Overnight: Wave Rock Motel, Hyden
Day 2. Wave Rock (BD)
Begin today at one of Australia’s most famous landforms, the spectacular Wave Rock. This giant wave of multi-coloured granite will take your breath away. Nearby is the Wildflower Shoppe, Visitor Centre, a wildlife park, Lace Place and a Souvenir Shop. At your leisure, view the wonderful display of Western Australian wildflowers, browse the gifts and explore the historic exhibits. This afternoon, visit a local property for a private guided wildflower experience. Overnight: Wave Rock Motel, Hyden
Day 3. Newdegate and Pingrup silo art (BD) 
Departing Hyden this morning we continue our journey through the Central Wheatbelt, travelling to Newdegate. It is here we continue the silo art trail with one of the locals who was instrumental in getting the beautiful murals painted on silos. Native wildlife takes centre stage on the silos here. In Lake Grace, join us on a guided walk through the old-style wards, duty room, kitchen and laundry of one of three remaining Australian Inland Mission hospitals. Touring continues to Pingrup, where the silos have been transformed to showcase the culture of the town before travelling on to Albany. Overnight: Ace Accommodation, Albany
Day 4. Stirling Range National Park (BLD)
This morning we tour the spectacular Stirling Range National Park, dominated by Bluff Knoll - the highest peak in the Western Australia’s South West. In spring, the park is ablaze with colour, featuring more than 1,500 species of flowering plants. A local guide will board the coach and provide commentary about the wildflowers, the National Park and mountains on the way to Bluff Knoll. In the afternoon, drop by Darrel Radcliffe’s bush gallery, where wooden carvings of all sizes and shapes are scattered throughout the natural bush setting. Overnight: Ace Accommodation, Albany
Day 5. Denmark and Greens Pool (BLD)                             
Today visit an artisan chocolatier, sample delicious treats at the Denmark Toffee Factory and enjoy lunch at The Lake House Denmark.  We then take the short journey to the coast to view beautiful Greens Pool. Overnight: Ace Accommodation, Albany
Day 6. Albany to Perth (BL)
Entice your senses this morning at the Mount Romance Sandalwood Factory before commencing the journey home. We will stop for morning tea and a farewell lunch in Williams, before arriving in Perth, where our courtesy small charter vehicles will see you safely home.
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