Field of Light art installation, and global phenomenon, by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, is coming to Australia for the first time. As part of Ayers Rock Resort’s commitment to arts and culture, it’s hosting the biggest Field of Light installation to date at the place that inspired it – Uluru.

Bruce Munro and his team will install more than 50,000 slender stems crowned with frosted-glass spheres that will bloom as darkness falls over Australia’s spiritual heartland. Pathways will draw viewers into the installation, which will come to life under a sky brilliant with stars.

About the artist

Bruce Munro is noted for his immersive site-specific installations that employ light to evoke emotional response, often in an outdoor context and on a monumental scale. Born in London in 1959, Munro’s passion for light as a medium began in Australia. Munro visited Uluru in 1992 as he bid farewell the country he’d called home for eight years.

Field of Light Pass

Your Field of Light experience begins with a convenient hotel pick-up and short transfer to the remote desert location. As darkness has fallen, the 50,000 slender stems crowned with radiant frosted-glass spheres will gently bloom with rhythms of coloured light. Temporarily lose yourself in this monumental light installation its pathways draw you in.

There are 3 departures, 30mins after sunset, 1hr 15mins after sunset and 2hrs after sunset

• General admission to Field of Light
• 1hr 15min walk-through the illuminated Field of Light after dark
• Coach to and from Field of Light from all hotels
• Tour departs 30 mins after sunset

Note: pass does not give access to the raised viewing area

Field of Light, Uluru, Bruce Munro 2016
Photo by: Mark Pickthall