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Patchewallock is a small town on the Yorta Plains between Mildura and Horsham. To try and boost tourism, they've joined the silo art trail, which is a group of towns that have decorated their old unused silos with artwork. The other photo is 'the big mallee fowl', which is also in
Patchewallock. The mallee fowl are native to this region, and they lay their eggs in big round sand nests, using the heat of the sand to incubate them.



Posted by growlcat 00:05 Archived in Australia

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