Ayers Rock Resort will host its most ambitious event yet, a monumental solar powered art installation from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017, adding extra sparkle to any event.
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. Internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro’s Field of Light, will be installed in a remote desert area near the resort and within sight of the majestic Uluru.
In keeping with the desert’s vast scale, 50,000 slender stems crowned with radiant frosted-glass spheres, connected via illuminated optical fibre, will gently bloom as darkness falls over Australia’s spiritual heartland.
Delegates can immerse themselves into the experiential artwork in a number of different ways; from a special dinner under the night sky at Field of Light; to a sunrise breakfast experience.
The award winning Uluru Meeting Place is Ayers Rock Resort’s state-of-the-art conference centre that opened in 2012. It comprises two main conference spaces which can host 306 delegates and 420 delegates respectively with theatre-style seating. Since opening it has hosted major conferences, exhibitions and award dinners as well as smaller incentives and recognition events. The venue also incorporates a number of breakout spaces and function areas and has an in-house audio visual and creative event production team.
In addition to Field of Light, delegates can enjoy other unique experiences, including camel rides over the red sand dunes, Indigenous cultural experiences and guided tours around the base of Uluru.
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