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Intriguing installation in a unique setting

We combined our visit with the Sounds of Silence dinner. It was beautifully done (so much work... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Barb C
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Geelong, Australia
Night at Field of Light/ Sounds of Silence/ Tali Wiru/Star Pass. Confused? so was I

When I was researching exploring the Field of Light I saw reviews where people had been... read more

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Reviewed yesterday

When I was researching exploring the Field of Light I saw reviews where people had been disappointed because they didn't understand their tour inclusions and I wished I could find a spot where they were listed for comparison. Well here's my take on it and...More

Thank Delanie G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The lights are amazing but it is really just like pushing cattle through a dip. You can not really see the scope of the light patterns as you just walk through the field on paths and there is no elevated viewing platform (perhaps if you...More

Thank MickLawrance
Reviewed 4 days ago

We combined our visit with the Sounds of Silence dinner. It was beautifully done (so much work involved in the creation of the lights and actually installing them in and around the desert vegetation) but a bit of a -down as I imagined it to...More

Thank Barb C
Reviewed 4 days ago

Fabulous and such a unique experience,wonderful drinks and canapes to start off and then to our gorgeous table set up with native centre piece.Chatting to others from other parts of the world very interesting.Delicious food and great service with the drinks also.Fascinating sky gazing with...More

Thank Anna C
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I was disappointed it wasn’t that great yeah the colours were lovely but no real wow factor besides changing colour!

Thank lyn3071
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Booked in for “sounds of Silence” dinner at the Field of lights and we loved it. From the canapés on sunset to wandering up to our glorious dinner setting. Meeting up with others from around the world enjoying fantastic food and wine and revelling in...More

Thank sjblack89
Reviewed 6 days ago

My wife and I signed up for the Sounds of Silence dinner which was truly a memorable evening. They dont miss you on the price, but it was worth the money. The food was buffet style, but well cooked and plentiful. Wine was generous and...More

Thank Flounder1708
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The field of lights was a really nice experience. We (the two of us) were told that for $150 it was bus and breakfast included. Well it was a 3 min bus ride (we could have walked) and the breakfast consisted of a muesli bar...More

1  Thank Stonkz
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I found this installation of 50,000 lights to be pretty but somewhat overrated. Last tour of the night seemed rushed. Watch your step on the tracks in the dark and wear a jacket. Teens were underwhelmed.

Thank Janelle R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My husband & I just returned from a 3 night stay in Uluru which included A Night at Field of Light on our last night. Unfortunately this was cancelled due to weather shortly before we were due to depart. The hotel staff informed us that...More

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misshongkong
21 June 2018|
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misshongkong
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Response from STraveler2 | Reviewed this property |
We did it, nice hilltop view but that view is available from many places. The canape's were OK as was the champagne and beer but overall we felt it was overpriced and nothing really special.
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Shelley F
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Response from Tammy D | Reviewed this property |
We were able to see the rock because there was a fire behind it. Even if you dont see the rock the lights are spectacular.
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