For those of you who have been living under a rock, Uluru's Field of Light exhibition has been going on for a couple of years now and has been such a raging success that it was extended and will now be sticking around until 2020.
Created by artist Bruce Munro, this illuminated spectacular has twinkled its way through London and the States, and the Uluru installation is run entirely on solar power. Just search #fieldoflight on Insta to see why it has captivated art lovers the world over.
But if you can't manage a trip to Uluru in the next year or so, you're in luck, because WA is getting it's very own Field of Light: Avenue of Honour down in Albany from October 2018 until April 2019.
The Albany installation will be lighting up Mt Clarence's Avenue of Honour to pay homage to the Anzacs who departed from Albany and the season has been timed to coincide with the spectacular wildflower season, so there's never been such a good time to organise a road trip!
Until then, why not check out our favourite under the radar road trips.
Field of Light Uluru 2016 | Image credit: Bruce Munro Studio