Vivid Sydney from 2100 feet (Image courtesy of James Morgan)
The free Vivid Sydney light festival, which has made Sydney’s CBD astonishing beautiful over the last fortnight, ends next Monday, June 9.
There are six key sites to visit around the harbour foreshore, with lights on between 6pm and midnight every evening. Don’t forget the North Sydney side, along with Darling Harbour, Walsh Bay and Martin Place and 50 installations to see, along with the impressive building projections, including the Sydney Opera House.
You could spend all night travelling around the city, or break it into a couple of evenings, but it is easier after about 9:30pm, when the families start to go home. And Walsh Bay seems to be less populated than around Circular Quay.
But if you have limited time, here are BI’s top 10 picks. If there’s a theme that runs across many of the works chosen, it’s that they’re interactive with the audience, adding to the delight and pleasure.
Click HERE to see the full list.
Written By: Simon Thomsen
Source: Business Insider
Starry Night by Brad Miller (Image courtesy of Simon Thomsen)