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The Quirindi Silo Art and Light and Sound Show has been labelled the best of the best at the Australian Street Art Awards, solidifying its place as one of the best public art experiences in the Nation. 

Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson congratulated the Quirindi Silo Art Committee on their commitment and dedication to the project, which is helping drive tourism to the Liverpool Plains. 

“The Quirindi Silo Art Committee are an incredibly hard working, dedicated committee of volunteers who saw the tourism benefits silo art brought to neighbouring towns in Gunnedah and Barraba and sought to tap into the Silo Art trail,” Mr Anderson said. 

“Throughout the campaign, I was thrilled to support the committee with the former NSW Government providing a $199,981 grant from the Infrastructure Grants Program. 

“The work they created on the Quirindi silos is unique and it’s great to see tourists stopping in at Quirindi to have a look and take photos with the new Silo Art.” 

The Quirindi Silo Art and Light and Sound Show won three awards as part of the Australian Street Art Awards: 

  • Best NSW Street Experience 

  • Best Mega Mural 

  • Best of the Best 

“It’s incredibly rewarding to see the Quirindi Silo Art project recognised on a national stage after a long campaign which saw the community come together and create something unique,” Mr Anderson added. 

“Congratulations to the committee and the community on this outstanding achievement.” 

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