The Bradley Street Dining Precinct at Canberra’s Westfield Woden has unveiled a new light installation in collaboration with artist Carla O’Brien. Until Sunday 20 March, the precinct is being transformed into a world of colour with eclectic neon lights.

Known for her bold art installations, O’Brien has created the street-style exhibition for locals to visit, interact and snap content for socials. Throughout Bradley Street, guests will find art installations including hot pink poodles and vibrant flowers.

“Creating the colourful neon installation, Light in the Garden, for Westfield Woden’s Bradley Street Dining Precinct has been a lot of fun. My work is a fully interactive experience and seeing people taking photos and engaging with the neons is what makes it so rewarding, so I hope Canberrans get the opportunity to check it out and enjoy exploring the installation,” O’Brien said.

While exploring Light in the Garden, guests will have the opportunity to experience newly opened restaurants including Super Bao Woden, known for its unique offering of bao buns and flavoursome plates, and Grease Monkey, serving up burgers and fried chicken. Plus soon-to-open Hanok Korean BBQ will deliver authentic Korean charcoal cooking, including seafood pancakes, hot stone pot bibimbap and Wagyu cuts.

Westfield Woden centre manager, Craig Smellie said, “We’re thrilled to be putting on Light in the Garden, at our Bradley Street Dining Precinct with artist, Carla O’Brien. With the recent opening of three new restaurants, we hope our customers will pop by to enjoy Light in the Garden and have a bite to eat at one of our many eateries.”