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.
Darwin is one step closer to viewing the new world-class Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition with the installation of the eight illuminated sculptures commencing across the CBD.