Limited-time projections to cast city into the unexpected

White Night returns to Ballarat for the first time since 2019, offering a night of free activities.
White Night returns to Ballarat. Photo: Supplied. Floral projections cast onto a building during the night, featuring vintage portraits that have flowers as eyes. A crowd gathers outside.

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White Night Ballarat returns on 1 June from 6pm to midnight to cast the historic city in an unexpected night with nearly 40 projections, and over 100 artists and performers.

The after-dark event features laser beams, mapped projections, interactive artworks and two concert stages in a visual and entertainment feast.

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