Lights for the Wild
Lights for the Wild
Vivid Sydney’s wildest precinct is back as Taronga Zoo Sydney is lit up once again for Australia’s most colourful festival!
Last year Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo amazed, delighted and wowed guests young and old with its incredible giant animal light sculptures. Now Lights for the Wild at Taronga Zoo Sydney is back—better, bolder and more beautiful than before.
With a limited allocation of tickets per night, bookings are essential!
A fully interactive and immersive event
For the first time, Lights for the Wild will be a fully interactive and immersive event. Become part of the experience and interact with the light sculptures like never before with a state-of-the-art wristband that lets you become a light for the wild.
Meet a cast of captivating creatures
Come and awe at the giant multimedia light sculptures in the stunning grounds of Taronga Zoo Sydney. Meet the magnificent Sumatran Tiger, the vividly coloured Marine Turtle, a swarm of tiny buzzing bees and a giant Port Jackson Shark that will literally swallow you whole —plus a whole cast of other captivating creatures that will sparkle in the night.
Help Taronga save some very special animals
Each of these incredible installations and light sculptures tells a fascinating tale about conservation. Discover the stories about these beautiful animals and learn how Taronga is working to help save 10 species from extinction over the next 10 years.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW at Taronga.org.au/vivid
Lights for the Wild: Friday 26 May–Saturday 17 June 2017.
Where: Taronga Zoo, Mosman, Sydney
Sessions: Tickets are limited and can be purchased for two session times:
• Session 1: 5.30–7.30pm
• Session 2: 7.30–9.30pm
(Note: last entry is at 8.30pm)
Adult: $21.95 + booking fee
Child (4-15 years): $16.95 + booking fee
Child (under 4): free
Taronga is for the wild. As a not-for-profit, Taronga has an absolute commitment to the conservation of wildlife and to securing a shared future for wildlife and people. All ticket proceeds go directly back to Taronga Zoo’s work in conservation and wildlife care.