POPUP HOTEL PROVIDES A LUXURY GATEWAY TO THE SILO ART TRAIL

POSTPONED DUE TO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE; SORRY AND WATCH THIS SPACE!!!

Luxury accommodation is now available on Victoria’s Silo Art Trail with the Silo Art Hotel – a street-art themed popup hotel located at Sea Lake in Northwest Victoria.

The limited time activation will see our three beautifully re-imagined shipping containers pop up on the edge of Victoria’s most photographed pink lake, Lake Tyrell, for one month from 11 June to 12 July. 

Featuring two boutique hotel rooms, each designer appointed with high end finishes, a luxury bathroom, taste of the region minibar, luxuriously soft bed linens, Australian-made toiletries, a private deck, fire pit and… shipping container swimming pool.

Guests will be able to stay in either The Matt Adnate Suite or The Drapl & Zookeeper Suite – and will get a first glimpse at bespoke artworks from each artist adorning the walls.

THE MATT ADNATE SUITE

Sea Lake

Available

June 11th – July 12th

SOLD OUT… PLEASE CONTACT US FOR WAITLIST

THE DRAPL & THE ZOOKEEPER SUITE

Sea Lake

Available

June 11th – July 12th

SOLD OUT… PLEASE CONTACT US FOR WAITLIST

Matt Adnate is well respected for his multicultural portraiture, especially of Indigenous Australians, and is responsible for the artwork on the Sheep Hills silos – painted in 2016. His depiction of the night sky represents elements of local dreaming and the importance of the ongoing exchange of wisdom from Aboriginal elders to the next generation.

Drapl & The Zookeeper joined forces to paint the local Sea Lake silos in 2019, in celebration of the still and silence found in outback Victoria and in honour of the Boorong people. The young girl, swinging from a Mallee Eucalyptus, looks over Lake Tyrrell and reflects on her Aboriginal heritage.

The side wall of the swimming pool, by Shipping Container Pools will play host to a colourful mural from former lawyer, Kaff-eine, who’s photorealistic portraiture also adorns the Rosebery silos and portrays themes that she believes embody the region’s past, present and future.

Lake Tyrell is Victoria’s largest salt-lake and a must-visit for any nature enthusiast or budding photographer. The 120,000-year-old lake is regarded as one of the best places in Australia for star navigation and has an important place in Aboriginal culture.

One of Victoria’s most underrated regional attractions, the Silo Art Trail, is Australia’s largest outdoor gallery, stretching more than 200 kilometres from Rupanyup to Patchewollock.