Field of Light; Avenue of Honour

Welcome to the Field of Light; Avenue of Honour, an art installation honouring peace and reconciliation with 16,000 glowing spheres planted in the ground at Albany’s Mt Clarence by internationally acclaimed artist, Bruce Munro.

Commissioned by cultural organisation FORM in partnership with the City of Albany, the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour is about cherishing the lives of the Anzacs who died in theatres of war. Standing beneath the memorial trees lining the Avenue of Honour, at Mt Clarence in the Albany Heritage Park, Field of Light Albany glows greens, whites and yellows of the wattle and the kowhai, the national flowers of Australia and New Zealand, and will be on display until Anzac Day in 2019.

Experience The Lights


The Field of Light; Avenue of Honour exhibition is free to all visitors.  It is open daily from sunset to 10pm (excluding Christmas Day) until 25 April 2019.  Volunteer guides are available to assist all guests with exhibition information including the free audio trail.

All exhibition information is available at the Field of Light Albany website

To enhance your Field of Light Albany experience, visit the locations of

Albany’s unique ANZAC heritage and the inspiration for the exhibition on a Field of Light tour.