During Vivid Sydney, the city truly comes to life after dark with famous landmarks and ordinary buildings illuminated with bright, colourful lights. A stroll through The Rocks and all the way down to Dawes Point will guarantee breathtaking views almost everywhere you look!
It’s hard to take your eyes off the Opera House during Vivid Sydney festivitial, but if you do, you’ll be rewarded with magnificent views of the Harbour Bridge.
Finding a good spot to photograph Sydney Opera House during Vivid Sydney festival was a bit challenging. The area around Overseas Passenger Terminal (a site opposite the Opera House) was jam-packed, but fortunately a bit further, towards the Park Hyatt hotel, the crowds were smaller and I was able to find a spot directly by the water. I guess it didn’t help that I decided to go on a Friday 😉
Vivid Sydney is a light and music festival, which illuminates streets, and city landmarks every winter. The most spectacular piece of all is lighting the sails of Sydney Opera House. Breathtaking on it’s own, the Opera House comes to life after dark with fantastic images and music. The festival is over now, but if you’re planing to visit Sydney next year make note of the dates – you don’t want to miss this!
Hidden in the heart of Sydney’s Lavender Bay.
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