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Winter Solstice Fire Sculptures Saturday 22 June, 2019

The ancients believed the world to be composed of four basic elements – Fire, Water, Air and Earth. Of these, fire holds a special place in the imagination – primal, mesmerising, captivating, providing warm and representing danger.

Sculpture by day, inferno by night, Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale will be captivated as these towering sculptures ignite in a mass of flames

In consultation with a local artist, three unique and thought provoking sculptures will be erected, representing the towns and reflective of Low Light.

An event not to be missed – bring the family, friends and acquaintances for this spectacular display.

A festive celebration to close, watch the final sculpture burn on the beach to the sound of live music, a mulled wine, tasty smoked meats or a ‘rockin’donut & coffee. Searoad Ferries have a cosy little set up next to the beach (enter via Searoad Ferries car park with plenty of parking) with food trucks Sticks and Stones BBQ, Rockin’ Donuts and Jack Rabbit Mulled Wines and Flying Brick Spiced Cider. And if that isn’t enough to to warm the soul listen to the cool music of local all girl band – Hey Mammoth. Open 7.30 – 9.30pm with final sculpture burn at approximately 8pm.

This event and the Captains Twilight is part of the – Queenscliff Low Light Festival, a celebration of winter. For more information and Festival Program visit www.lowlightqueenscliff.com.au