Launched in December 2020, the Wallaroo Silo Light Show is now a permanent installation showcasing the Copper Coast's unique history, exciting events and talented artists. The show starts after sunset each night at specific times depending on which month of the year it is. Showtime was 6:45pm in September when we were there, but you'll definitely need to check their website for the times before heading out.
The Wallaroo silos are located up on a hill, so they will be quite difficult to miss. There is an area along Lydia Terrace where you can drive into and park to watch the show from your car. Or, the other option is to find a parking spot by the side of the road along Jetty Road. I went to Lydia Terrace first and then to Jetty Road, and am equally pleased with both viewing locations.
When you arrive (and have parked your car), grab your smartphone and scroll down their website until you see the section with a live stream audio. This audio accompanies the show, so just click on the "play" button and away you go.
There are various themes for the show throughout the year. A snippet explaining the current show theme can be found on their website. For us, the show focused on agriculture and lasted about 15 minutes before repeating itself.
Kadina Village Motel
I would recommend staying close by, especially in the summer, if you're interested in watching the silo light show. We stayed at Kadina Village Motel which is only a short 10-minute drive via the Copper Coast Highway. And, while you're in Kadina, why not also check out their water tower art along Frances Terrace.