Vivid Sydney is returning soon and it promises to be bigger and better than ever with over 300+ events and experiences lined up. Among its many incredible installations is Wild Lights at Taronga Zoo, an immersive event that allows guests to experience everything the zoo has to offer after dark, on an illuminated light walk.
Wild Lights at Taronga Zoo
Reconnect with nature as you walk around the zoo and enjoy striking installations and light sculptures from May 26 to June 17. Created by Wiradjuri artist Nathan Peckham in collaboration with Ample Projects Director Nicholas Tory, guests can see Australia’s wildlife up close through these light sculptures. See everything from koalas and dingos to kangaroos, emus and platypuses.
It’s the perfect excuse to head out to the zoo and rediscover our incredible wildlife like never before. The luminous sculptures promise to transport visitors to diverse corners of the country. This time around you’ll get a chance to explore the new Nura Diya Australia, an area celebrating native flora and fauna and First Nations connection to the Country at the zoo.
There’s more. Whizz past fields of ‘fireflies’ and dramatic jellyfish blooms and overcome your fear of spiders and insects with a larger-than-life interactive display. There’s also pretty cidadas, butterflies and more. The crowd-pleasing Ample Project Mini Beast collection will also be returning.
Wild Lights will be back as part of Vivid Sydney after a successful run last year. If you missed out, this is your chance. Get your tickets here.