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A key attraction of Vivid Sydney is the light up of the Sydney Opera House

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Walk along Circular Quay to see the light projection on the Museum of Contemporary Art

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Be part of the light projection show at Barangaroo, a new precinct of Vivid Sydney

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A selection of salumi and cheeses to pair with wines from Usher Tinkler

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Hot air ballooning over Hunter Valley

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Shop like the locals at Carriageworks

Light Up Sydney

The Australian city gets even more colourful with its annual light festival.
Jun 10, 2017 5:50 AM

How do you draw tourists to your city, and get locals out of their homes and onto the streets in the winter months?

By having a light festival, of course. Now in its ninth year, Vivid Sydney is the largest festival of light, music and ideas, and is also the inspiration for other light

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