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Laservision lights up Albury Botanic Gardens for Aurora

Laservision lights up Albury Botanic Gardens for Aurora

Laservision lights up Albury Botanic Gardens for Aurora


Aurora, an outdoor, journey-style light show, transformed the Albury Botanic Gardens into a kaleidoscope of colours with the use of lasers, holograms, vivid lighting, digital artistry, immersive soundscapes and other sensory mediums. The show wrapped up at the end of July after a four-week run over the school holidays, and was extended for an extra week due to high interest.

Over 60,000 patrons from the community and around the region attended the nightly light show and attracted a wide demographic of audience members. From kids and families to adults young and old, Aurora was said to be a delight for everyone who visited the gardens.

“Together with Albury City Council, we were very happy to extend the show for an additional week,” said Matthew Tuey, director of marketing at Laservision. “The overwhelming response from the community, social media, local F&B and hospitality providers made it clear there was significant demand for this show. It was the talk of the town and region, and we had many patrons driving up to five hours away to see Aurora. It was humbling to hear the positive feedback and reviews of our show and we were happy to accommodate the extension.”

Albury City Mayor, Kylie King, said she was excited to see so many in the community embracing this event, especially during the colder months. “We were over the moon to see so many people grabbing their winter coats and coming to see our iconic Botanic Gardens in a new light.

“The spectacular turnout shows us that our community is keen to see events happening across all seasons. It was also a great opportunity to bring visitors from further afield to spend time in our beautiful city.”

Aurora is set to return to Albury next winter in 2023.

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