At a whopping 30 metres high it is surely one of Queensland’s largest landscape paintings.
This mighty piece of graffiti art is now the pride of outback town Thallon, in the state’s southern border region. Population 450
Created on four of the town’s silos by veteran Brisbane street artists Travis Vinson and Joel Fergie . It took three weeks and 500 litres of paint to finish and they worked tirelessly for three weeks to create the final artwork “The Watering Hole” which represents icons of the district including The Moonie River, Indigenous culture, wildlife and agricultural heritage. This piece of artwork stands 30m high and 40m wide. Thallon is located approximately an hour south of St George.