Tuesday, February 28, 2017


After viewing the magnificent Silo Art on the highway, we decided to hang around Brim for a little longer.
Brim Silo ArtThe town's pub apparently still displays the workshirt and paintbrush that Guido van Helton used whilst painting his wonderful silo piece.
Brim Silo ArtThe old St Pauls Church was worth a look for its design and colours...
St Pauls Church Brim

...and I loved the 'ghost signs' on this garage.Brim Garage

Redda's Park was a good spot for a picnic lunch, with nice clean facilities...Redda's Park, Brim

...a big ol' shady tree to sit under.
Redda's Park, Brim

The cool, calm waters of Yarriambiack Creek were very inviting,and included a dedicated swimming hole separated from the watercraft area. The adjacent camping ground looked good - and just $10 a day!
Redda's Park, Brim
Redda's Park, Brim
Where:Brim West Rd
When: Daily      
Why: camping, picnic
How much: FREE day visit ($10 camping fee)

Nearby: Silo Art Trail, Brim

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