White Night Melbourne returned for its sixth year on February 17, lighting up the CBD and surrounding areas from 7pm-7am.
White Night Melbourne is a large celebration of Melbourne’s 24-hour culture and a major attraction on the city’s events calendar.
Around 600,000 people flocked to the CBD on the night to enjoy the spectacular light shows, roving music performances, interactive art and many other festivities.
The highlights this year included a 150-metre silver holographic “skynet” hanging above Federation Square, rooftop performances by varies musicians along Swanston St, snow on Little Bourke St, and light projections inside State Library Victoria and on the Royal Exhibition Building and Flinders Street Station facades.
Ballarat, Bendigo and Geelong will also host White Night in March, September and October respectively.