2.4.10 Grain Bunker Example 1

Location of Example: 136°25'44" East, 33°07'09" South
Distinctive Characteristics:
  • Grain Bunkers are often found in groups or rows. Most have raised brick/concrete walls to retain the grain.
  • When filled with grain, the bunker is covered - often by a fabric material
Regional Considerations:
  • Exists in crop farming regions.
Figure: Representation of a Grain Bunker.

Figure: GeoEye 50cm RGB=123 Figure: Oblique Photography Grain Bunker Ex1 Figure: Oblique Photography Grain Bunker Ex2

Topic contact: mapfeedback@ga.gov.au Last updated: January 20, 2012