“As darkness falls and Uluru is thrown into silhouette, Field of Light illuminates. As far as the eye can see gentle rhythms of colour light up the desert.
The exhibition, aptly named Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku or ‘looking at lots of beautiful lights’ in local Pitjantjatjara is Munro’s largest work to date. Overwhelming in size, covering more than seven football fields, it invites immersion in its fantasy garden of 50,000 spindles of light, the stems breathing and swaying through a sympathetic desert spectrum of ochre, deep violet, blue and gentle white.”
ARE TOURS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
"Some tours are accessible for our guests in wheelchairs – please check with reception for more information.
We have a limited number of wheelchairs available at the resort. If you require one, please mention it during your booking, or contact our reservations team anytime to make sure a wheelchair is available."
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Wheelchair hire available
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The following are excerpts from Havewheelchairwilltravel.net:
"We’ve found staff [...] helpful when requesting accessibility information and bookings.
When travelling with BJ we booked a wheelchair accessible tour to Field of Light which allowed for a wheelchair users to stay in their wheelchair for travel.
Our experience with accessibility at the A Night at Field of Light dinner was generally good but it should be noted this is set in a natural environment. There is an incline to reach the viewing platform and the ground cover is desert sand, though not deep sand. The path down to dinner is fairly compacted and should be manageable for most wheelchair users.
An accessible bathroom is situated not far away from the dining area and has good circulation space inside.
[Field of Light] is set in the desert so the pathways are sand. However, we found the sand was compacted and easy to get through. Keep in mind we had BJ’s off-road tyres on his chair which no doubt assisted the process. It isn’t far to get around the installation or you can appreciate it from the outer edge of the path."