It's official - the Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens has officially set a Guinness World Record.
The team's Earth Hour celebration, held at the gardens on March 30, incorporated the construction of a giant solar-powered footprintusing1500 solar lanterns.
Once it was dusk, two independent witnesses did an official count of the lights and that counting process was recorded by video.
A drone took photos of the lights at dusk and again in the dark, showing the glowing footprint.
The Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens committee announced they had won the title of largest display of solar lanterns on Tuesday night.
"Thank you to all those who helped make the evening, and our record breaking efforts to shine a light on the importance of a future powered by renewable energy such a success!" the statement read.
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