Held twice a night until January 30, with sessions at 9:30pm, and 10:30pm this free event will see over 350 drones take to the skies to create a colourful light display.

Each show will be accompanied by one of two compositions – the first by Victorian poet Ren Alessandra, about reconnecting with each other and the city. The second, ‘How The Platypus (Dulai Wurrung) Was Made’ is told and illustrated by Wurundjeri, Dja Dja wurrung and Ngurai illum wurrung artist Mandy Nicholson.

This outdoor event is free to attend and, doe does not require people to book tickets in advance.
Prior to the event why not enjoy a few beers and dinner at Urban Alley Brewery or try the authentic Cantonese Yum Cha at Gold Leaf Chinese Restaurant. With over 30 food and dining options, there is something for everyone.

We’ve also got parking sorted – for easy convenient parking, we offer Flat Fee parking of $10.00.
For more details visit our parking information page.

We look forward to welcoming you to The District

Find out more

https://www.thedistrictdocklands.com.au/centre-info/parking/