Architects of Air

Daedalum Luminarium


Make your merry way through a giant, breathing sculpture of colour and light—part technicolour temple, part inflatable rabbit warren—sprawled along the banks of the Tamar. With 19 egg-shaped domes and a colossal cavern inspired by the Roman Pantheon, this modern-day maze is named for the mythological figure of Daedalus, architect of the labyrinth that held the Minotaur. Listen out for music created by Jim Moginie from Midnight Oil.

Online tickets are almost booked out for Sunday. Door sales are available from 10AM each day but be prepared for some queuing.

Supported by Brickworks

Saturday 11Thursday 16 January, 10am7pm (last entry)
Friday 17 January, 10am5.30pm (last entry)
Saturday 18Monday 20 January, 10am7pm (last entry)
Royal Park, Park Street
$13 per person
Group bookings: $10 per person for groups of 4 or more
Under 2s free
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult (max 4 kids per adult)
Wheelchair accessible
Door sales available

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