Light fantastic: The Enchanted Garden is returning to Roma Street Parkland

Lasers, possums and mesmerising lights across 22,000-sqm of inner-city parklands is just a taste of what you can expect to find at this year’s The Enchanted Garden, which is set to light up Brisbane once more.

Returning from November 23 to December 20, the family-friendly showcase sees the lush grounds of Roma Street Parkland light up in a spectacular technicolour display that is sure to take your breath away.

Following its hugely successful season last year, beloved lights display The Enchanted Garden is returning to illuminate the night at Roma Street Parkland this November and December. The eye-catching trail, which is presented by Royal Caribbean, will see human explorers help a mischievous possum on a journey to locate shards of a shattered crystal heart within the wondrous world of Mystic Island and restore balance and harmony to the natural world.

Throughout the 30-40-minute sensory journey, park venturers can expect to see twinkling lights, intricate holograms, dazzling lasers and nighttime projections plus mesmerising special effects.

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If walking around the parkland has your tummy grumbling, you’ll be happy to learn that a sizzling selection of food trucks will be on offer from 5:00 pm daily. Due to popular demand, The Enchanted Garden has an extended 28-night season plus an additional up-late session at 9:15 pm each night.

Last year, tickets to some of The Enchanted Garden sessions sold out within days so we suggest getting in early when ticket sales open on Monday November 13 at 10:00 am. Entry is $7–9 per person and is available every 15 minutes from 6:30 pm. Low-sensory times are varied, so make sure to refer to the website for details. For more information and to snag tickets, head to The Enchanted Garden website.

This article was written by Sara Weckerle from The Weekend Edition. 

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