Light up your imagination with Wyndham City’s new light-based experience, LIT.
This free, immersive experience will see Wyndham Park in Werribee City Centre become a glowing wonderland each night, from 8pm – 11pm, 25 February – 6 March 2022.
Wyndham City Mayor Cr Peter Maynard said that the program would provide a magical experience for visitors of all ages.
“Wyndham Park will be transformed each night with trees drenched in colour, glowing native creatures and other illuminated works that celebrate the natural beauty of this parkland setting.”
“We’re thrilled that visitors will also be among the first to experience a new work – Lost Dogs’ Disco, with its Victorian premiere from Melbourne based art and technology studio ENESS”, Cr Maynard said.
These colourful inflatable dogs (some up to 5.5 metres tall) will light up and greet every visitor with a chorus of growls, barks and howls and general doggie hullabaloo.
Creative City portfolio holder, Cr Marcel Mahfoud encouraged residents to experience the wonder of LIT during its 10-night season.
“Visitors will be able to explore Lantasia by The Lanternist – a glowing trail of animal sculptures, leave a lasting impression on the GloWall and be part of the art with the Bridge of Dreams, where you can share your dreams via QR Code and see them projected onto the bridge over the course of the evening.”
“LIT is designed to enjoy at your own pace, with the relaxed outdoor setting of Wyndham Park providing plenty of space to take in the playful, illuminated works,” Cr Mahfoud said.
LIT will be open from 8pm to 11pm each night, with easy access to local restaurants and cafes open for dinner bookings, picnic hampers and grab and go options.