Voyages Field of Light
The launch of the new Field of Light interactive art installation at Ayers Rock looks set to create strong demand for visitation to Australia’s Red Centre. The piece involves a massive total of 50,000 solar-powered lights spread across the desert, providing an intriguing new experience for both domestic and international visitors alike. That’s not to mention business events, with Uluru conference organisers expected to make the most of the stunning setting. Field of Light is the brainchild of Uk-based Bruce Munro, who has created the artwork in a number of settings around the world. He came up with the idea following a visit to Uluru in 1992 and so it’s very fitting that it
has finally been installed at the place which inspired it in the first place. Field of Light opens to the public this month and will run for the next year, with Tourism Australia managing director John O’sullivan telling travelbulletin it will be “one of the most talked about Australian attractions around the world”.