Hundreds of thousands of people flocked to Melbourne’s CBD on Saturday for the fifth edition of White Night.
Live music, entertainment and street performances drew big crowds to the dusk till dawn event.
Moving light shows transformed the Royal Exhibition Building, State Library and Flinders Street Station with stunning colours and interactive music.
As many flocked to the city to partake in the annual event, a large number of protesters gathered on the State Library steps to rally against the city’s proposed ban on rough sleeping.
Proposed amendments to the City of Melbourne's by-law included banning public camping and making it easier to confiscate unattended property.