This year marks the 10th anniversary of Sydney's Vivid Festival, an annual festival of light, music and ideas.
But it's the light installations and projections that crowds flock to see. So where do you start? Here are our top 10 illuminated works you can't miss.
Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
A sea of lights that dances on and around water, Oasis pays homage to the memory of the ‘forgotten’ Australian children who grew up in care.
This installation comprises of large “kawaii” inflatable sculptures. Visitors can interact with the sculpture by forming a human chain that connects with each end of the rainbow.
An accessible play experience where visitors can interact with a colourful garden of illuminated sea plants.
Get too close to the electric jellyfish and he will zazzle and zap you with his sting bites.
A spectacular display of light sculptures with a raft of new animals joining last year’s lineup.
Royal Botanic Garden
Lose yourself in an illuminated forest of spiralling trees where the branches ripple and pulse with colour.
Cadmans Cottage, The Rocks
Swim, jump and push your way through rooms filled with virtual toy balls.
This dazzling five minute spectacle illuminates more than 3,000 individual LED lights on the Luna Park Ferris Wheel - the only Vivid installation you can ride!
The iconic characters of May Gibbs' beloved Australian children’s story comes to life on the façade of Customs House.
Australian artist Jonathan Zawada transforms the Sydney Opera House sails into a series of kinetic digital sculptures inspired by the Australian environment.
This article originally appeared on BHG.