If you’ve ever been to Sydney, you know that the parking isn’t very camper-van friendly. After hours of frustration, road rage, countless phone calls, and nearly driving out of and skipping the city altogether, we managed to find a parking spot. We left our van there for two nights and came back to it in one piece. If we didn’t persist we would not have had the opportunity to see the wonder that is the Sydney Opera House. We were also there in time to witness ‘Badu Gili’.
Badu Gili- meaning ‘water light’ in the language of the traditional owners of Bennelong Point, the Gadigal people – is a new daily experience that explores ancient First Nations stories in a spectacular seven-minute projection, illuminating the Opera House’s eastern Bennelong sail year-round at sunset and 9pm.