Silo Art - Albany Silo Art Viewing Point

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Princess Royal Drive, Albany, Western Australia


Brooklyn-based street art duo Yok & Sheryo created the fourth mural in FORMs PUBLIC Silo Trail over 17 days of painting and after 180 litres of paint. Taking inspiration from two species of seahorse found in the coastal waters of South-Western Australia, the Ruby Seadragon and its leafy cousin, the 35 metre high and 50 metre wide mural now sits proudly across the giant silos at CBH groups Albany Grain Terminal. (Whale mural seen in picture history no longer present)

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Lat: -35.031894 Lng: 117.894043

User Reviews


Moto Funtastic

I went into the carpark with the Moto. Thank goodness enough space to turn around took the photo and left. I though it was quite good spread across the silos.



We had staff coming to see what we were doing. Whale pic, as per previous comment, gone! Why? Maybe cause you can't see it without being in the way of a working port. Thank God no van today! The art that is there is far from anything we've seen on other silos



Very disappointing to see this one after the others display such meaning of their location with a story behind each one. This port has so much history that it could have been much better. I'd like to know more about the photo from 2019 showing a whale picture on the side (this does not exist)


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