Thallon grazes for drought relief
THALLON’S iconic painted silos lit up the night sky on Saturday during the Grazing at the Waterhole long-table dining experience.
The event – a collaboration between Thallon Progress Association and Heart and Heart Events – aimed to showcase and support local producers while offering a truly local and unique event for the broader community to enjoy.
Thallon Progress Association secretary Leanne Brosnan said the night was “sensational”.
“We had about 120 guests with the event completely sold out,” she said.
“The silos were lit up by Graincorp and it was just a beautiful evening.”
Guests were also treated to local images of Thallon that were projected onto one of the Graincorp sheds near the silos. A beautiful artwork of the local Moonie River was also auctioned off, while the Farmhouse Cafe in St George wowed guests with its desserts featuring local blueberries. All proceeds will go to Drought Angels, as much of Queensland continues to struggle through drought.
STUNNING: Guests enjoy a night in Thallon for the Grazing at the Waterhole event.