REFLECTIONS of Korumburra is a free light display of 13 laser cut steel drums illuminated in the evening along the main street of Korumburra.
They provide a fascinating, interesting and intriguing display using pictures, text and pattern. When illuminated, not only is the drum itself spectacular but the reflection onto the pavement and adjacent buildings makes the display a must see for all ages.
The drums are 900mm diameter x 1800mm high made from architectural core10 steel. Each drum is illuminated by two rechargeable, 12-volt, deep cycle gel batteries weighing 44kg each.
According to the Korumburra Business Association, this is the second, and possibly final time, they will be displayed in this way.
The display is bought to you by the Korumburra Southern Lights Festival Committee, a subcommittee of the Korumburra Business Association. They are looking at selling some of the drums after this display and asked anyone interested to make an offer.
The display began last week and runs for five weeks.
KBA president Noelene Cosson said the drums were intriguing during the day and spectacular in the evening.
You will need to be in Korumburra on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening from dusk until 10pm to see the light display or over Easter and school holidays they will be illuminated every evening excluding Sunday.
There are 10 drums displayed along Commercial Street and one in the tunnel walkway off Commercial Street.
For those that are not able to get out at night, there are two displayed in the Federation Art Gallery at the bottom of Commercial Street. The gallery is open on Thursdays and Fridays between 2pm and 4pm, and at other times when the sign/flag is displayed.
Dates to see the Reflections of Korumburra light up are March 25, 26, 27; April 1, 2, 3, 5-10, and 12-17, from dusk until 10pm.