The Sydney Opera House will illuminate its sails in a show of support for the fire-ravaged communities across Australia and the firefighters working around the clock.
The Sydney Opera House will light up on Saturday night in a demonstration of support for those who have been affected by the ongoing bushfire crisis.
The display will begin at 8.30pm and is expected to finish at 11pm.
The kaleidoscope of colour will feature images from photographers who have been on the ground, with a special focus on the moments of hope and solidarity from the last three months.
Opera House chief executive Louise Herron said those associated with the famous landmark want to express their sincere gratitude for the ongoing efforts volunteers and emergency services.
"We are lighting the Opera House sails to show our collective support for everyone affected by these devastating fires and to express our deepest gratitude to the emergency services and volunteers for their incredible efforts and courage."
MS Herron adds the Opera House is hoping to inspire Australians during a challenging time.
"As difficult circumstances continue, we want to send a message of hope and strength to the people of Australia."