The Most 'Instagramable' Place On Earth Is Coming To Australia
Ever taken a photo you thought would be perfect for the 'gram, only to think: 'hmm, needs more rubber ducks'?
'Happy Place' is a touring exhibition entirely devoted to helping you get the perfect snap for your Instagram. And it's on its way to Sydney, ducks and all.
The multi-room exhibition features a number of interactive installations drenched with colours and props. Visitors are encouraged to pose and play in the space in order to take the perfect photo.
There are rooms brimming with flowers, mirrors that warp your body, and chambers that cover you in confetti.
It's a hit with kids, of course. But more importantly, it's a hit with anyone who wants to add a little more life to their dull and dreary Instagram grid.
Happy Place exhibitions have been popping up all over the world and have seen many a celebrity make their way through the winding walls.
Hollywood stars like Hilary Duff, Diplo, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Kourtney Kardashian have all been there, done that, and bought the postcard (if by 'postcard' we mean gain some serious Instagram clout).
Their giant cookie room has proved one of the more popular spaces to tag on Instagram. And of course their floor-to-ceiling display of little ducks, because where else on earth are you going to find that?
Happy Place will be arriving in Sydney from March 6, and you can find it at Broadway shopping centre in Ultimo.
Tickets are $39 and you book in half an hour sessions. 30 minutes does sound like a pretty quick turnaround to ensure you've got enough Instagram fodder to last you until your 2022 Euro Trip.
But on the other hand, can you think of anything worse than being stuck behind a wannabe influencer refusing to leave a room until they find a way to sit on a giant unicorn while accentuating their thigh gap?
30 minute sessions doesn't sound so bad now, does it?
Happy Place will not only spice up your Instagram, it'll give you plenty of laughs and memories in the meantime.
So hit up the group chat and let them know to keep March free, because this exhibit can make an influencer out of anyone.
Featured Image: Supplied/Instagram