After a successful season last year, LIT is returning to Melbourne’s west. Wander through magical landscapes, see a dazzling laser show, a rainbow sky canopy, interactive projections and more. This immersive experience will transform Wyndham Park over ten glimmering nights. It’s free to attend, and will run from 8pm to 11pm, from Friday March 17 to Sunday March 26.
LIT at Wyndham Park
Journey to Wyndham Park in Werribee after sunset, and enjoy a spectacular dreamscape. Walk along a lawn pulsing with light, see twinkling trees and enjoy an interactive installation of rainbow neon light strings. Every half hour, a laser show will beam on the main lawn, with an energetic soundtrack to keep you captivated. In between shows, the lasers will project a rainbow sky canopy.
Other highlights of LIT include:
- Cortex – tangled and towering glowing arches, inspired by mangrove forests. This was created by The Indirect Object, an award-winning Australian arts group.
- The Great Escape – an 800m trail of glowing night creatures as they emerge from their world, made by Skunk Patrol.
- Human Effect – a shifting canvas with projections of native plants that respond to touch, created by artist Yandell Walton.
- Admix – a trail of twelve playful gobo light projections from local artist Rukz One, who draws inspiration from skateboarding, hip hop and Melbourne’s street art culture.
The main entrance to LIT is from Wedge Street Piazza off Watton Street. Before or after you wander through the illuminated landscape, grab a bite to eat from one of the many restaurants nearby. Wyndham Park is a short walk away from Werribee train station, otherwise, there’s free car parks available.