A Tropical Summer inspired turtle has popped up in Smith Street Mall. Created by Larrakia artist Shaun Lee, the colourful 3D sculpture is the latest work in the Tropical Light Artistic Cultural Program and will be based in the Mall all February.
Remember the start location of the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light self-guided tour has moved from Civic Park to Raintree Park at the top end of Smith Street Mall.
Telegraph Rose at Bennett Park has now been re-installed. We will keep you posted of any changes to the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition here.
As a precautionary measure due to the high winds and heavy rain forecast over the weekend Telegraph Rose at Bennett Park will remain dismantled until Monday.
A Cyclone Preparedness Plan for the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition has been enacted from Thursday, 9 January 2020.
A Cyclone Preparedness Plan for the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition will be enacted today. As precautionary measures, Telegraph Rose at Bennett Park will be removed, Green Flash at Town Hall Ruins and Water-Towers at the Sea Wall will be secured with protective netting.
Sun Lily will be de-installed on 27 December to make way for New Year's Eve celebrations. If you do miss out on seeing this sculpture, it will be re-installed by 8 January 2020.
Lights for the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition will be switched off half an hour earlier from Thursday, 12 December. Exhibition times will be from 7pm-10pm.
Join us on the 1st of November for the official opening night of Bruce Munro: Tropical Light.
Tropical Light presents a one-night only event on Wednesday, 23 October, with Bruce Munro revealing the inspiration behind the world-first exhibition in Darwin, Bruce Munro: Tropical Light. Spots are limited, so register for your free ticket now.