Vivid Sydney is closed for a second night in a row

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Vivid Sydney is closed for a second night in a row.

Patrons are being asked to postpone their trip to this year’s light festival as heavy rain and strong winds have closed off some of the biggest installations at Circular Quay, Martin Place, Museum of Contemporary Art, Royal Botanic Garden and Taronga Zoo.

The wild weather throughout Sydney and wider NSW has been a result of a developing east coast low which began in Queensland and has moved south since.

Many of the installations were damaged yesterday due to high winds and flash flooding.

Projections on the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Customs House, Central Park, Chatswood, the Bjork Digital exhibition at Carriageworks and installations inside The Galeries and Westfield Sydney will go ahead as planned.

Vivid talks and music events will also remain.

Vivid Sydney is running from May 27 to June 18 this year.

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