Dodecalis Luminarium is finished
- 26 January 2020
- All day
WhereTumbalong Park, Darling Harbour, NSW, 2000
Explore an immense, radiantly lit, inflated labyrinth of winding paths and soaring domes in Darling Harbour’s Tumbalong Park.
Wander through the otherworldly interior, bathed in the radiant colours of daylight shining through its translucent fabric.
Architects of Air create enormous air-filled domes and mazes inspired by natural forms, geometric solids, and Islamic and Gothic architecture.
Designers Alan and Meko Parkinson’s creation expands on the geometry of a dodecahedron, with three jaw-dropping Dodecadomes joined by a web of tunnels, awash in intense, neon-bright natural light.
Explore the sensory wonderland for free or skip the queue with a Priority Ticket.
A Sydney Festival event. For more information visit sydneyfestival.org.au
Plan your trip
With road closures in place, the best way to get around is by public transport. Visit transportnsw.info for more details and the most up-to-date information. For real-time info on transport services and disruptions follow @TrainsInfo, @SydneyMetro, @BusesInfo and @FerriesInfo.
Some buses, ferries and light rail services will be affected by road closures and events. Find out more about services affected.
Be sun-smart, eat well, drink plenty of water and make sure you wear appropriate clothing for summer weather conditions.
BYO-alcohol and glass restrictions apply to some Australia Day event sites. If you do drink, do it responsibly and look after yourself, your mates and your environment.
Remember, Australia Day is for everyone. Ensure you are respectful of other people at all times.
Return and earn
Don’t be a tosser! It it’s not in the bin, it’s on you. Take your eligible bottles and cans to a NSW Return and Earn collection point.
Bring your water bottles to refill at the water stations around Circular Quay.