WIMMERA Mallee Tourism is trying to cement the region as the home of silo art, with another three projects in the pipeline.
The state government funded four new painted silos in the region late last year as part of its $30 million Pick My Project initiative.
Funding included more than $300,000 for silos at Goroke, Serviceton and Kaniva.
The government also funded a new painted silo at Nullawill, which was completed last month.
Wimmera Mallee Tourism member and Hindmarsh Shire tourism and economic development officer Jeff Woodward said the tourism group started the Silo Art Trail Stage Two project in collaboration with Yarriambiack Shire in 2016.
"The project aimed to extend the Silo Art Trail across all four partner shires - West Wimmera, Hindmarsh, Yarriambiack and Buloke," he said.
"This was essentially in response to sporadic random silo art appearing in other parts of Victoria and in other states.
"The aim of state two was also to strengthen the Silo Art Trail brand and continue to uphold the Wimmera Mallee region as the home of silo art.
"We want to continue the ethos and quality of the original Silo Art Trail along with establishing logistical tourism routes to draw visitors across our region maximising length of stay and visitor spend."
The Silo Art Trail started in 2015 and includes sites at Brim, Rupanyup, Sheep Hills, Rosebery, Patchewollock, Lascelles and now Nullawil.
Since then, painted silos have popped up right across Australia.
Mr Woodward said Wimmera Mallee Tourism was looking to install three new silo art sites in each of the four shires.
"Funding was received through the state government for three sites in West Wimmera and one site in Buloke," he said.
Wimmera Mallee Tourism is also pushing for a new silo at Albacutya, but the project missed out on funding.
"The Albacutya Silo was developed to essentially a 'shovel-ready project' as part of the Pick My Project grant but was unsuccessful in obtaining funding," Mr Woodward said.
"At the moment it remains un-funded.
"Albacutya Silo is seen as part a pivotal link between the northern end of the current Silo Art Trail to draw visitors down through our regional towns of Rainbow and Jeparit to the Western Highway, Dimboola and Nhill, linking through to the West Wimmera section of the trail."
Wimmera Mallee Tourism chairman Ron Ismay said the Silo Art Trail had already been a good contributor to tourism in the region.
"The Albacutya silo is one of our priorities and there is also another spot near Dimboola that is also earmarked for a silo," he said.
"Nhill residents want to do something with the big old silo in town too."
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