At dusk, hand-decorated lanterns are gently released onto the lagoon as the park and sculptures are transformed by elegant lighting.
( Two-and-a-half-day Music and Arts festival in late November that celebrates the Brisbane Music scene and the arts, with a range of visual, performance based and interactive artists creating the ultimate wonderland.
Lanterns on the Lagoon is a festival celebrating reflection, sustainable art and sculpture.
Coinciding with the Spring Equinox each year, visitors are welcomed with music, fine food and entertainment as they meander throughout the park to marvel at sculptures crafted from recycled, reclaimed and sustainable materials.
Australia has approved 200 Abattoirs for slaughter in Vietnam.
Two Vietnamese abattoirs and one feedlot have been suspended by the live export industry in response to revelations.
RSPCA chairman Gary Humphries said the system Australia has engineered to prevent atrocities occurring against animals was not working."The cattle have been slaughtered by the use of sledgehammers and have died slow, agonising deaths because the system hasn't been working," he said."As a result, RSPCA Australia is calling today for a suspension of the trade of live animals to Vietnam until Australia can be satisfied that the animal welfare standards it's attempted to impose are actually being enforced."Mr Humphries said the RSPCA estimates between 10,000 and 15,000 cattle every year in Vietnam were ending up in unapproved abattoirs, outside the supply chain.
Australia's peak animal welfare group has called for the suspension of the live cattle trade in the wake of revelations of what appears to be Australian cattle being bludgeoned to death with a sledgehammer in a Vietnamese abattoir.
The ABC obtained vision filmed by undercover investigators hired by Animals Australia showing a worker in an unauthorised abattoir clubbing cattle over the head several times.
Ms Penfold responded: "We haven't got to that point yet.
The whole festival is alongside Yabba Creek where festival goers are constantly in our of the water.
The festival promotes an inclusive community and is outwardly LGBT friendly.