We want everyone to be able to enjoy the spectacular installation Field of Light: Avenue of Honour. Whilst the experience is usually for pedestrians only, we will be holding three vehicle friendly nights over February and March 2019 to ensure visitors with limited mobility are also able to experience this installation. Only on these nights will cars and buses be able to drive along Apex Drive, through the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour.
Upon registering, vehicles will be allocated a 15 minute block within which we ask you to arrive. The dates and respective arrival times are as follows:
Please email email@example.com to register your vehicle with your name and vehicle type (e.g. sedan, van, bus). Be sure to include the date you wish to attend and any preference for arrival time, and we will do our best to accommodate. You will receive a confirmation and an allocated time for your vehicle to enter Field of Light: Avenue of Honour.
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who attended the first two nights on the 5th and 26th February, the evenings were both a great success. Tuesday 19th March is now fully booked.
Q: Can I still access the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour without a car?
A: There will be no pedestrian access to Field of Light: Avenue of Honour on these nights due to safety reasons. Access is by vehicle only.
Q: Can I email on the night of the event to register?
A: No, there will be no one in the office to receive your email after 5pm. The first two Vehicle Friendly Nights booked out a week before the event, so it is best to email your registration as soon as possible.
Q: Is it free to enter the installation?
A: Field of Light: Avenue of Honour is a free public attraction, run by non-for-profit cultural organisation FORM and assisted by volunteers.
Q: What will the speed limit be within the installation?
A: The speed limit through the installation will be 8kph
Q: Will the headlights ruin the experience?
A: Please keep your headlights on but reduce these to low light if possible. While the
intensity of the artwork will be reduced, the impact will remain.
Q: How do I enter and leave?
A: Staff will stop your vehicle before entering the installation to check registration, provide important information and answer any questions you might have. Traffic will be managed with signs and staff members to direct you through the installation along Apex Drive, up to the turn around area and then back down the mount through the installation. You will enter and exit at the same point.
Q: Can I park in Apex Drive?
A: If you would like to stop, please park only in designated parking bays, and on the correct side of the road for the direction you are driving (i.e. on the left). Please follow all staff instructions and remain in your vehicle at all times.
Q: Is there a time limit on how long we can stay at Field of Light: Avenue of Honour?
A: No, there is no time limit.
Q: Can I take photographs?
A: You are welcome to take photographs and videos, but please remain inside your vehicle at all times.
Q: Do I need to register to attend the Vehicle Friendly Nights?
A: Yes, you will need to register your vehicle by sending your name and vehicle type (e.g. sedan, van, bus) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the date you wish to attend and any preference for arrival time, and we will do our best to accommodate. You will receive a confirmation and an allocated time for your vehicle to enter Field of Light: Avenue of Honour.
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.
Field of Light: Avenue of Honour was the backdrop for a Remembrance Day choral work, By Other Eyes in 2018.