When traveling to see the brilliant detailed and brightly coloured Picolo Silo Art by artist Jimmy DVate of the Barmah Forest take the time out to stop at the Picola Heritage Park. The Picola Heritage Park is a lovely place to have a picnic. A great place for kids to burn off any excess energy before continuing their journey. It is situated just 210m from the Picola Silo Art.
Once you’ve stretched your legs or had a bite to eat, it’s worthwhile reading up on the history of Picola. There are several information boards around the park providing information on Picola, Barmah Forest, the timber industry and the pioneers.
The Picola Hotel is across the road from the Picola Heritage Park, however on our visit it was closed.
Picola Heritage Park Facilities
- Picnic table
- Public toilets
- Sheltered picnic area
- Small playground
- Historical information on Picola
Nearby places of Interest
- Picola Silo Art, Victoria, Australia
- Barmah Punt, Victoria, Australia
- Barmah National Park, Victoria, Australia
- Redesdale Water Tank Art, Victoria, Australia
- Kyabram Water Tank Art, Victoria, Australia
- Silo Art Trail, North East Victoria
- Tongala Street Art, Victoria, Australia
- Echuca, Victoria
- Waranga Dam, Whroo, Victoria
- Balaclava Mine, Whroo, Victoria
- Murchison, Victoria
- Kirwans Bridge, Victoria
- Rushworth, Victoria
Picola Heritage Park Location
Moron Street, Picola, Victoria, Australia
- Approx. 210m, 3 min walk from Picola Silo Art
- Approx. 239km, 2hr 47mins from Melbourne CBD
- Approx. 15km, 12mins to Barmah Punt, Victoria
- Approx. 20km, 18mins to Barmah Lakes Camping and Picnic Grounds
- Approx. 43km, 35mins to Kyabram Water Tank Art, Victoria
What attracts you to explore rural Victoria? We’d love to hear about your experiences whilst traveling through Victoria.