The Stick Shed

May 27, 2016

Originally built as a war-time emergency grain storage in 1941, this unique, Australian Heritage Listed structure has become a remarkable example of Aussie ingenuity and the local farming community.

It was constructed using over 560 natural mountain ash poles and is 270m in length. Soaring to 19m in height and a width of 60m, it gives the impression of a grand cathedral. For that reason it is often referred to at “The Cathedral of the Wimmera”.

Located next to the Grain Corp Receival Facility at the East entry to the town, the Stick Shed is open for guided tours and occasional events, such as art shows and art installations, concerts, expos and private weddings.

The Stick Shed entry tickets, souvenirs, maps and tourist brochures are available at the Stick Shed visitor information centre.

Admission $10 Adults, $9 Concession, $5 Children, $20 Family.


Daily 10am – 3pm