We want everyone to be able to enjoy the spectacular installation Field of Light: Avenue of Honour. To ensure visitors with limited mobility are also able to experience this installation, we will be holding three vehicle friendly nights. Only on these nights will cars and buses be able to drive along Apex Drive, through the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour.
Dates to be advised. Signup to our email list on our home page to stay up to date.
If you would like to bring a bus or large vehicle through Field of Light: Avenue of Honour, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a preferred date to schedule a time to visit.
Q: Do I need to register for this evening?
A: If you are arriving in a bus or vehicle with more than 10 seats you will need to register at email@example.com. You will receive an allocated time for your vehicle to enter Field of Light: Avenue of Honour.
Q: What will the speed limit be within the installation?
A: The speed limit through Field of Light: Avenue of Honour is 8km/hour.
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: Can I park in Apex Drive?
A: If you would like to stop, please park only in designated parking bays. Be careful of pedestrians at all times.
Q: How do I enter and leave?
A: To turn around and exit, proceed to the top of Mount Clarence and turn around at the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial carpark.
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 of these nights. Access is by vehicle only.
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Field of Light: Avenue of Honour to be the backdrop for a Remembrance Day choral work, By Other Eyes.