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The pop-up rainbow display ‘Sky Castle’ in Darling Harbor is every Instagram lover’s dream.

A whimsical ‘castle of heaven’ pops up in a major Australian city – complete with a maze of illuminated rainbow arches you can meander through into the night

  • A luminous rainbow pop-up art display has taken over Sydney’s Tumbalong Park
  • ‘Sky Castle’ is a cluster of colorful arches that light up as guests walk through them
  • It is a traveling exhibition that has been through Australia and Hong Kong
  • ‘Sky Castle’ is free to visit every day until December 26 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.


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A new whimsical rainbow display has popped up in Sydney with a maze of beautiful illuminated arches for guests to meander through until 10pm.

Taking over Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbor, ‘Sky Castle’ is an interactive cluster of luminous inflatable arches that look just as gorgeous by day as they are at night.

The immersive display uses motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodious xylophone music as visitors walk through it.

'Sky Castle' is a whimsical rainbow display that Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbor has taken over

‘Sky Castle’ is a whimsical rainbow display that Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbor has taken over

The installation is an interactive cluster of luminous inflatable arches

The installation is an interactive cluster of luminous inflatable arches

'Sky Castle' uses motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodious xylophone music as visitors walk through

'Sky Castle' uses motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodious xylophone music as visitors walk through

The installation is an interactive cluster of luminescent inflatable arches that use motion sensors to illuminate the arches and play melodious xylophone music as visitors walk through them

Instagram has been awash with gorgeous photos of the display since it was launched on Nov. 12.

It was created by the award-winning art and technology company Eness, who are known for their whimsical public art displays.

“Light, color and music are orchestrated to evoke the joy and hope that rainbows bring after every storm,” their website reads.

Instagram has been awash with gorgeous photos of the display since it was launched on November 12

Instagram has been awash with gorgeous photos of the display since it was launched on November 12

Instagram has been awash with gorgeous photos of the display since it was launched on November 12

'Sky Castle' was created by award-winning art and technology company Eness, known for their whimsical public art displays

'Sky Castle' was created by award-winning art and technology company Eness, known for their whimsical public art displays

It landed in Sydney after debuting in Melbourne's Federation Square last year

It landed in Sydney after debuting in Melbourne's Federation Square last year

Created by award-winning art and technology company Eness, ‘Sky Castle’ landed in Sydney after debuting in Melbourne’s Federation Square last year

‘Sky Castle’ landed in Sydney after making its debut last year in Melbourne’s Federation Square.

'Sky Castle' is free to visit every day until December 26 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

'Sky Castle' is free to visit every day until December 26 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

‘Sky Castle’ is free to visit every day until December 26 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

It then traveled to Shenzhen in China, Hong Kong, Adelaide and Brisbane, then landed in Sydney on November 12.

‘Sky Castle’ is free to visit every day until December 26 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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