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Bruce Munro's extraordinary artwork, consisting of 16,000 illuminated glass spheres, designed as a touching ANZAC tribute, has pumped millions of dollars into regional WA, according to independent research.
Don’t miss the final days of Bruce Munro’s evocative artwork Field of Light: Avenue of Honour on Mt Clarence, honouring the WWI Anzacs and those who have served in every conflict since.
The final weeks are set to be the busiest yet. If you're planning to visit over the Easter weekend, we have good news - there will be a free shuttle bus service running from the Albany Boatshed.
Since opening in the beginning of October 2018, UK artist Bruce Munro's immersive artwork Field of Light: Avenue of Honour has smashed expectations.
For 3 special nights, cars and buses will be able to drive along Apex Drive, through the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour. Register today
Field of Light: Avenue of Honour was the backdrop for a Remembrance Day choral work, By Other Eyes in 2018.
A new installation honouring peace and reconciliation at Albany’s Mt Clarence, has drawn around 5000 people through its gates on its opening weekend.
If you’re a local, have an Anzac in your family or roots in the regions rich history and want to be involved in the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour, we want to speak to you.
Planning on visiting the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour installation in October? Why not brighten and enlighten your visit! Adorning Apex drive along Mount Clarence, visitors will be free to wander through...