Yabarra - Gathering of Light ACCESS
''Yabarra - Gathering of Light' is an immersive Kaurna storytelling experience involving large-scale light and sound artworks along the Karrawirra Parri (River Torrens). For all 31 nights of the Adelaide Fringe, audiences will be invited to experience free audio and visual artworks that will share Kaurna stories and illuminate the surrounding riverbanks, grasslands and the river itself using cutting edge technology and state of the art illumination. Projectors will turn tree foliage into faces; water screens will create an interactive waterscape with our aquatic life; large-scale inflatable animals that once inhabited the river such as the snake, dingo, quoll, platypus, bilby and echidna will be illuminated sharing their stories and connection to the land; immersive light installations will share knowledge of the six Kaurna seasons; and traditional songs, sounds and narration will fill the air and guide you on an unforgettable journey. For people of all ages and from all walks of life, Yabarra will be a unique and electrifying way to view these Kaurna stories in a new light.'
If you would like to reserve a place for our Yabarra Gathering of Light Audio Described Walking Tour, please reserve your free ticket below.
Please note important information for
meeting locations and times:
Audio Described Walking Tour – Meet at 8:30pm at the Adelaide University Boat Club at the pedestrian crossing on War Memorial Drive. (Map to come or please use Google maps 'Adelaide University Boatshed'). This tour is for people who are blind or vision impaired.
You will be walking approximate 500m all up on this walking tour. The tour lasts for 1 hr and 45 mins. Please notify if you would like a sighted guide.
Please note: On Opening Night Friday February 15th the University Footbrigde will be closed. Access is via Frome Road or King William Road Bridges.