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Light Up Australia

Migraine Australia are asking landmarks around Australia to light up in purple or burgundy, in support of Australians living with migraine. Here is a list of Landmarks that will be lit up in June for Migraine Awareness Month and the dates they will be lit up. 

ACT

21/6 Canberra Times Fountain (thanks to Transport Canberra & City Services)

21/6 Malcolm Fraser Bridge, Canberra (thanks to Transport Canberra & City Services)

21/6 Light Rail Stops, Canberra (thanks to Transport Canberra & City Services)

21/6 Telstra Tower, Canberra (thanks to Telstra)

21/6 Royal Australian Mint, Canberra (thanks to Royal Australian Mint)

New South Wales

2/6 Accor Stadium (thanks to Sydney Olympic Park Authority)

2/6 Olympic Park Train Station (thanks to Sydney Olympic Park Authority)

2/6 Pullman and Novotel Hotels (thanks to Sydney Olympic Park Authority)

2/6 Olympic Boulevard Lights (thanks to Sydney Olympic Park Authority)

21/6 Goulburn Soldiers Club, Goulbourn (thanks to Goulburn Soldiers Club)

21/6 The Big Banana, Coffs Harbour (thanks to the Big Banana Fun Park)

21/6 AAMI Park (thanks to Melbourne Olympic Parks Authority)

21/6 Lane Cove Tunnel (thanks to Transurban)

21/6 Newcastle City Hall Clock Tower (thanks to City of Newcastle)

21-22/6 Manly Town Hall (thanks to Northern Beaches Council 

Northern Territory

20-22/6 Palmerston Library (thanks to the City of Palmerston)

20-22/6 Recreation Centre, Palmerston (thanks to the City of Palmerston)

20-22/6 Palmerston Water Tower, Palmerston (thanks to the City of Palmerston)

20-22/6 Francis Avenue Light Poles, Palmerston (thanks to the City of Palmerston)

Queensland

10/6 Jacaranda water tower light show, Underwood (thanks to Logan City Council)

10/6 Tefler water tower light show, Shailer Park (thanks to Logan City Council)

10/6 Wineglass water tower light show, Hillcrest (thanks to Logan City Council)

14/6 Caboolture Administration Building (thanks to Moreton Bay City Council)

14/6 Redcliffe Administration Building (thanks to Moreton Bay City Council)

14/6 Humpybong Administration Building, Redcliffe (thanks to Moreton Bay City Council)

14/6 Petrie Mill site (thanks to Moreton Bay City Council)

17-22/6 Maryborough Town Hall (thanks to Fraser Coast Council)

20/6 Longreach Water Tower (thanks to Longreach City Council)

21/6 Kurilpa Bridge Brisbane City (thanks to QGAO Parks and Bridges)

21/6 McDowell Street, Roma (thanks to Maranoa Regional Council)

21/6 Toowoomba City Hall Annex (thanks to Toowoomba Regional Council)

21/6 Ipswich Civic Centre, Ipswich (thanks to Ipswich City Council)

21/6 1 Nicholas Street Facade, Ipswich (thanks to Ipswich City Council)

22/6 Breakfast Creek Bridge, Newstead (thanks to Brisbane City Council)

22/6 City Hall, Brisbane (thanks to Brisbane City Council)

22/6 King George Square, Brisbane (thanks to Brisbane City Council)

22/6 Reddacliff Place Steam sculptures:Donna Marcus Steam 2006 (thanks Brisbane CC) 

22/6 Story Bridge, New Farm Brisbane (thanks to Brisbane City Council)

22/6 Victoria Bridge, Sth Brisbane (thanks to Brisbane City Council)

22/6 Wickham Terrace Car Park Architectural Wall (thanks Brisbane City Council)

South Australia

22/6 Adelaide Oval (thanks to Adelaide Oval SMA Ltd)

 Parliament House, Adelaide (thanks to Parliament of South Australia)

VIC

21/6 Kingston Clock Tower, Kingston (thanks to City of Kingston)

21/6 Catenary Lights, Geelong (thanks to City of Greater Geelong)

22/6 Bolte Bridge, Melbourne (thanks to Transurban)

22/6 City Link Sound tube, Melbourne (thanks to Transurban)

 

Western Australia

8-11/6 Marlston Hill Lookout, Bunbury (thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 Koombana Bay Foreshore, Bunbury (thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 Koombana Bay Footbridge, Bunbury (thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 Marlston Waterfront, Bunbury(thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 Guppy Park, Bunbury(thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 The Navigators at the Koombana Drive roundabout, Bunbury(thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 Richmond Reserve, Bunbury(thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 The historic Arrol Crane at Jetty Road, Bunbury(thanks to City of Bunbury)

8-11/6 Koolambidi Woola (Bunbury’s youth precinct), Bunbury(thanks to City of Bunbury)

21/6 Trafalgar Bridge, Perth (thanks to City of Perth)

21/6 Council House, Perth (thanks to City of Perth)

21-24/6 Albany CBD Precinct Lights (thanks to City of Albany)

22/6 Elizabeth Quay, Perth (thanks to CBRE & Development WA)

22/6 Yagan Square, Perth (thanks to CBRE & Development WA)

22/6 The Bell Tower, Perth (thanks to The Swan Bells Foundation)