The Vivid Light Festival is the grand summer festival of Australia where you can see amazing light installations especially along Darling Harbour. It can even be the best way to see Vivid lights. In this case, if you are into oceanography and ocean conservation, the Maritime National Museum gives you the Vivid Sydney light display that will give you new perspective on how ocean life evolved and survived for many years.
If you’re on a ferry Vivid Sydney would be a great experience since you can move back and far off to appreciate the wider picture and give you a sense of size with Maritime National Museum’s light display.
How long is Vivid Sydney on for? Well, it’s going to be on from mid-May to mid-June. This means a good news if you want to visit the National Maritime Museum and its beautiful projections on its roof with gorgeous images of our ocean’s history. A perfect view if you’re on a Vivid Sydney Harbour cruise.
What dates is this on? May 25 – June 16
What time does this Vivid event start? 6PM-11PM
Where can this be found? 2 Murray St, Sydney NSW 2000
How much are the tickets for this Vivid installation? Free
While in the Darling Harbour precinct, visit the Australian National Maritime Museum. Projected onto its iconic rooftop, BBC Earth and Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II takes us into the fascinating world beneath the waves. This spectacular projection guides us on a journey to the deep at the most crucial time in our ocean’s history. Check out the free viewing vantage point from the Action Stations Lookout on Friday and Saturday nights.