The Sydney Opera House gets a colourful makeover as the country’s rugby union side prepares to take on the All Blacks in the World Cup final.
Sydney’s Opera House turns green and gold for World Cup
SHOWS: SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA (OCTOBER 30, 2015) (RED ROBOT VIDEO NEWS RELEASE)
1. VARIOUS OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE LIT IN THE GREEN AND GOLD COLOURS OF THE AUSTRALIAN RUGBY UNION TEAM
STORY: Sydney’s iconic Opera House showed its true colours on Friday (October 30) as the Australian nation prepared to watch their side take on New Zealand in the rugby World Cup final
The white sails of the building sitting on the edge of the city’s harbour turned green and gold, the colours sported by the Wallabies.
The final will be played on the other side of the world in London, the early hours in Australia and New Zealand, and the light show will be repeated before the match kicks off at Twickenham.