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Starry sky and magical lights

I would still suggest to visit the field of lights, together with the dinner (sounds of silence... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
C_Vale_C
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Frankfurt, Germany
Pleasant experience

Another pleasant experience during our trip to the Northern Territory. The bus that took us there... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
norxis
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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

The only way to visit Field of Light is to be bussed in.

Access starts at $42, but for $90 a head you can watch the sun set with a drink and canapés. There’s a dinner option, too.

The scale of the installation is what makes it worth seeing. There are 50,000 individual lights linked to a series of projectors that change the colour of the lights to create an ever changing landscape.

Paths wind through the installation which only helps underscore the sheer size of the work.

We had about an hour to enjoy the installation following sunset with drinks.

1  Thank Theo C
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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

Went on the general admission pass tour and the selfguided walk through the 50.000 lights. Loved the way the flowers changed colours.
But would have preferred an elevated view of the 12 football fields of light.
It was diffinately not the reason we visited this ancient place.

Thank Annie W
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

For the amount you are paying to get in to see it, lets be frank, it is a little underwhelming. The lights itself are 'nice' but the timing might have been off slightly. The canapés however were quite nice.

Thank Philip B
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Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

Field of Light, Ulara was over priced and under-whelming!
The most expensive underwhelming 'attraction' on our 50-day 10,000+ kms Central Australian road trip.
At $250.00 per person it simply added cost to our journey. Strongly suggested we do this by a family member who did something similar ten years ago "for $35.00 per person", we thought there must have been something simply outstanding.
We were picked up from our campsite by bus, driven a short distance to a spot to see the sunset on Uluru, served canapés and wine, then walked around the corner to the outdoor dining area and given a three course buffet dinner, including coffee/tea (worth about $40.00).
The talk by astronomer with laser pointer was interesting, the best entertainment of the night.
Then we were allowed to walk through the Field of Light, "more than 50,000 stems crowned with frosted-glass spheres".
It seems ironic that in the Centre of Australian where you can clearly see the Milky Way and 5,000,000,000,000 stars, you would waste your money on a quant piece of art.
Save your money, buy your own picnic dinner (or book into a restaurant), watch the sunset on Uluru and star gaze for free!

4  Thank Dabsy2018
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Reviewed 21 June 2018

Imagine an area of about 8 acres filled with little lights. Hard to imagine isn't it? It has to be experienced. In pitch blackness we walked the paths between the lights that were different colours. Beauty and interest is in the eye of the beholder. We wouldn't consider it among the most memorable things we did in the area, but we are glad we had the experience.

1  Thank wengenbound
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