Disused church in Glenorchy

Disused Catholic Church in Glenorchy

Panorama of bushland and the disused Catholic Church in Glenorchy, Victoria, Australia.

In 1847 a hotel and store opened at the crossing place of the Wimmera River after which the small township developed. The former Roman Catholic Church from 1914 was built in Federation Gothic style. Although the building is considered to be of architectural, historical and social significance at local level, it has deteriorated to a a fairly poor condition.

 

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Sheep Hills Silo Art

Sheep Hills Silo Art

Panorama of enormous silo art mural by street artist Adnate in Sheep Hills, Victoria, Australia.

The mural depicts four indigenous faces, 2 elders, a boy and girl, on a starry background. Sheep Hills is located along the newly created silo art trail between Rupanyup and Patchewollock in the wheatbelt of Victoria.

 

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Guido Van Helten mural in Brim

Guido Van Helten mural in Brim

Panorama of large Guido Van Helten mural on grain silos in Brim in the Wimmera region of Victoria, Australia.

Artist Guido Van Helten painted the 30 metre high portraits of four farmers on disused grain silos over 3 weeks finishing early January 2016. Brim with a population of about 100 people is located 20 kilometres north of Warracknabeal or 360 kilometres northwest of Melbourne. The giant artwork was funded by Regional Arts Victoria and the Yarriambiack Shire Council.

 

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Mount Cole Reservoir

Mt Cole Reservoir

Panorama of Mount Cole Reservoir.

Panorama of Mount Cole Reservoir in the Mount Buangor state Park, Victoria, Australia. Mount Buangor State Park is a native bush reserve between Beaufort and Ararat. The reservoir is a great location for bird watching or a picnic but is only accessible with vehicles with good ground clearance.

 

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Grampians views and farm ruin at Great Western

Great Western

Panoramic views of the Grampians ranges with the ruins of an old farm cottage at Great Western Victoria, Australia.

Great Western is a small highway town in the Wimmera region, 225 kilometres north-west of Melbourne. European settlement of the area started with the arrival of graziers in the region until the Victorian gold rush drew thousands of people to the area. Today, Great Western is known for its many vineyards and wineries.

 

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