Field of Light
Set in the heart of the Northern Territory, more than 50,000 solar-powered stems crowned with glass spheres light up at sunset and glow throughout the night. In keeping with the desert’s vast scale this is Munro's largest Field of Light installation to date, with the brightly coloured light stems covering an area the size of four football fields.
Munro visited Uluru in 1992 and was inspired to create this project, which has taken form all over the US and UK in previous years. Created as an artwork to be experienced, not just looked at, there are a number of ways you can get up close and personal with this amazing spectacle.
There is the entry-level Field of Light pass which includes return coach transfers to the remote site with ample time to experience the installation. If you're a morning person, try the Sunrise Field of Light pass where you can experience the desert in the quiet of the pre-dawn while still under a blanket of stars. Alternatively, you can enjoy an amazing dinner under the night sky at A Night at Field of Light or take guided tours of the installation at night by camel or helipcopter.