It’s no secret that the one-of-a-kind, illuminated phenomenon, Lightscape has been highlighting Kings Park since mid-June and leaving the people of Perth awe-inspired.
In short, the winter wonderland of light, colour, and sound is a breathtaking interactive experience along a 1.8-kilometre trail in an after-dark setting through the park grounds, complete with 100,000 tiny, twinkling lights and a number of spectacular sculptures.
However, if the thought of wandering through Kings Park at nighttime gives you the creeps or you’re deathly opposed to winter, especially amongst the foliage, but still want to witness the exhibition, then you’re in luck.
Lightscape is heading down the hill and landing in Perth city’s Yagan Square from Monday 10 through to Sunday 16 July between 6pm and 9pm each night.
The magnificent installations will bring a taste of the parkland’s display into the big smoke for some free evening magic. Walls, footpaths, and walkways are set to become canvases for animated light projections, highlighting aspects of the Kings Park Seeds Collection and local Indigenous art featured in the Lightscape Kings Park trail.
The school holidays are looking up with Lightscape’s Yagan Square appearance – read all about the Kings Park counterpart here!