LIGHTEN THE OVERLOAD

Buildings and landmarks illuminated red

Buildings and landmarks illuminated red

Australia goes red during World Haemochromatosis Week with some of our well-known buildings and landmarks including the MCG and AAMI Stadium in Melbourne, Brisbane’s Story Bridge, Sydney’s Bankwest Stadium, Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville, the National Carillon, Canberra, Trafalgar Bridge, Perth and many more lit up red. Find landmarks here.

Landmarks by State

BuildingS and Landmarks

Haemochromatosis Australia is Lightening the Overload with buildings and landmarks shining red during
World Haemochromatosis Week 2022.

Every effort has been made to ensure light up locations and light-up dates are correct, there may however be changes beyond our control, please continue to refer to this page for the most up-to-date information. 

Join in the excitement and visit your local landmark and snap a photo and share on your social media. Please remember to tag us #WHW2022

Victoria

  • Benalla, various business premises (1-7 June)
  • Bendigo, Conservatory and feature tree Sidney Myer place (1-7 June)
  • Geelong, Catenary Lights (1-7 June)
  • Kingston Clock Tower (1-7 June)
  • Melbourne, 101 Collins Street (1-7 June)
  • Melbourne, AMMI Park, (1-7 June)
  • Melbourne, Evan Walker Bridge and Birrarung Marr Pedestrian Bridge (1-7 June)
  • Melbourne, Federation Square North Façade (1-7 June)
  • Melbourne, MCG, TBC
  • Melbourne, Riverlinks Eastbank (1 June)
  • Melbourne, Town Hall (1-7 June)
  • Mooroopna Water Tower (1 June)
  • Shepparton, Monash Park Tree (1 June)
  • St Kilda Sea Baths (1-7 June)
  • Wodonga Water Tower (1-7 June)

Queensland

  • Brisbane, City Hall (1 June)
  • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (1-7 June)
  • Brisbane, The Gabba (1 June)
  • Brisbane, Kurilpa Bridge (7 June)
  • Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium (1 June)
  • Brisbane, Victoria Bridge (4 June)
  • Brisbane, Story Bridge (4 June)
  • Brisbane, Reddacliff Place sculptures Donna Marcus: Steam 2006 (4 June)
  • Brisbane, Tropical Dome Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha (4 June)
  • Brisbane, Wickham Terrace Car Park architectural wall (4 June)
  • Brisbane, Breakfast Creek Bridge, Newstead (4 June)
  • Cairns, The Court House Gallery (1-7 June)
  • Gold Coast, SkyPoint (1 June)
  • Gold Coast, Griffith University Bridge (1 June)
  • Logan, Jacaranda Tower, Underwood (7 June)

  • Logan, Telfer Street Tower, Shailer park (7 June)

  • Logan, Wineglass Water Tower, Hillcrest (7 June)

  • Longreach Water Tower (1-5 June)
  • Mackay, Sir Albert Abbott Administration Building (1-7 June)
  • Sandgate, Town Hall (1 June)
  • Townsville, Townsville sign (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, Victoria Bridge (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, Wharton Reef Lighthouse (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, George Roberts Bridge (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, Old Magistrates Court House (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, Central Park Boardwalk (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, Little Fletcher Bridge (4-5 June)
  • Townsville, Queensland Country Bank Stadium (1 June)

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

  • Canberra, Canberra Times Fountain (6-7 June)
  • Canberra, John Gorton Building (6 June)
  • Canberra, Light Rail Stops (6-7 June)
  • Canberra, Malcolm Fraser Bridge (6-7 June)
  • Canberra, National Carillion (6 June)
  • Canberra, Old Parliament House (6 June)
  • Canberra, Questacon (1, 6-7 June)
  • Canberra, Royal Australia Mint (1 June)
  • Canberra, Telstra Tower (1 June)

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

  • Bunbury, Marlston Hill Lookout (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, Koombana Bay Red (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, Koombana Bay Foreshore (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, Marlston waterfront (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, Guppy Park (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, the Navigators at the Koombana Drive roundabout (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, Richmond Reserve (1-7 June)
  • Bunbury, historic Arrol Crane at Jetty Road (1-7 June)
  • Fremantle, Gatehouse Fremantle Prison (1-7 June)
  • Mandurah, Bridge (4 June)
  • Perth, Elizabeth Quay Bridge (1-7 June)
  • Perth, Council House (1 June)
  • Perth, Optus Stadium (1 June)
  • Perth, Trafalgar Bridge (1 June)
  • Perth, Matagarup Bridge (1 June)
  • Perth, Mount Street Bridge (1 June)
  • Perth, Sky Ribbon Bridge (1 June)
  • Perth, Joondalup Drive Bridge (1 June)
  • Perth, Graham Farmer Freeway Tunnel (1 June)

NEW SOUTH WALES

  • Coffs Harbour, Big Banana (1 June)
  • Goulburn Visitor Information Centre (1-7 June)
  • Newcastle, Clock Tower (1 June)
  • Newcastle, GrainCorp Silos (1-7 June)
  • Rouse Hill Town Centre Fountains (1-7 June)
  • Sydney Olympic Park Accor Stadium (1 June)
  • Sydney Olympic Park Pullman, Ibis and Novotel Hotels (1 June)
  • Sydney Olympic Park Station (1 June)
  • Sydney Olympic Boulevard Light Towers (1 June)

TASMANIA

  • Burnie, Council Offices (1-7 June)
  • Devonport, paranaple convention centre (when not in use) (1-7 June)
  • Launceston Town Hall (1-7 June)

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • Adelaide Oval (1 June)
  • Adelaide SA Power Networks Billboard 1 Anzac Highway Keswick (10 May – 7 June)
  • Adelaide River Footbridge (1, 3-6 June)
  • Unley, City of Unley Town Hall (1-7 June)

NORTHERN TERRITORY

  • Darwin, Water Feature Speaker’s Green Parliament House (2 June)
  • Palmerston, Water Tower (1,2,6,7 June)
  • Palmerston, Recreation Centre (1,2,6,7 June)
  • Palmerston, Francis Drive Light Pole (1,2,6,7 June)

overseas

  • Spain: Puente Bizkaia in Bilbao -World heritage listed – oldest metal suspension bridge in the world
  • USA: TG Garden Stadium (home of the Boston Celtics basketball team), Terminal Tower, Cleveland Ohio, Philadelphia’s Historic Boathouse Row
  • Budapest: Danube Arena (1-7 June); Müpa Palace of Arts (1 June)  
  • New Zealand: Invercargill Queen’s Park gates, fountain and rotunda
  • Scotland: Glasgow Central station clock and arches
  • Canada: Newfoundland and Labrador Government House (15 May)
  • Ireland – County Dublin: Mansion House Dublin – the Lord Mayor of Dublin’s residence, Dublin; Dublin Convention Centre, Dublin; Fingal Town Hall, Dublin
  • Ireland – County Cork: Cork City Hall
  • Ireland – County Limerick: Limerick Council Offices, Limerick 
  • Ireland – County Galway: Galway Town Hall, Galway; The Browne Doorway, Eyre Square, Galway
  • Ireland – County Sligo: Sligo City Hall
  • Ireland – County Wexford: Wexford County Hall
  • Ireland – County Donegal: Donegal Public Services Centre
  • Ireland – County Cavan: Cavan Town Hall
  • Ireland – County Monaghan: Monaghan County Council Offices
  • Ireland – County Kerry: Kerry County Council Buildings, Tralee; Princes Quay, Tralee; Ashe Memorial Hall Building, Tralee; Killarney Town Hall, Killarney; Kenmare Courthouse Building, Kenmare

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