25 May – 16 June / 6pm - 11pm
Fireworks on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm
An art-meets-technology water fountain, light and laser experience.
Oracle Liquid creates Fantastic Oceans, bringing to the surface of Cockle Bay a story from deep under the ocean, where bio-luminescent creatures live. Water features come to life as jelly fish in a fantastic display of colour. Feature fountains emulate corals and deep sea flora, lasers ripple like ocean waves or etch silhouettes of deep sea creatures whilst moving-head lighting technologies emit glistening shards that pierce the surface of this fantastic underwater world. Turn a walk through Darling Harbour into a dream like dive under the ocean.
While in the Darling Harbour precinct, visit the Australian National Maritime Museum. Projected onto its iconic rooftop, BBC Earth and Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II takes us into the fascinating world beneath the waves. This spectacular projection guides us on a journey to the deep at the most crucial time in our ocean’s history. Check out the free viewing vantage point from the Action Stations Lookout on Friday and Saturday nights. Located at 2 Murray St, Darling Harbour.
Check out the National Maritime Museum lights in Darling Harbour.
Located in Tumbalong Park, Tumbalong Lights is a collection of four interactive-play installations that form an inclusive and accessible Vivid Lights experience for both children and the young at heart. The four under-the-sea-themed installations allow children and their families to interact with creative, awe-inspiring light experiences that help produce a sense of empowerment, a sense of control and a sense of community, while at the same time inspiring fun and playfulness.
The four Tumbalong Lights installations are;
Beneath the Sea
Spiire/Big Fish: Artist: Matt York (Australia)
Light Atteier: Lucka Slatner Smrkolj (Australia)
In the Scale of the Sea
Pink Cactus: George Buchanan (Australia) / Govinda Webster (Australia)
Ride into the Night
Habitat Media: Antony Neeson (Australia) / Mark Vincent (Australia)