Purple Landmark Illuminations

See Queensland illuminated to Make March Purple for epilepsy.  Buildings, sculptures, signs, trees, bridges, stadiums, fountains and more across Queensland will light up including: 
Brisbane's Story Bridge Logan Council Towers 
Victoria Bridge, Brisbane Tropical Dome
Kurilpa Bridge Mt Coot-tha Sculptures
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Reddacliff Place sculptures
Parliament House Brisbane Convention Centre
QPAC Sir Hielscher Bridges
King George Square Westfield Chermside Dome
Brisbane City Hall Westfield Garden City Pond
Suncorp Stadium UQ St Lucia – Forgan Smith Building
Pacific Fair Shopping Centre   Broadbeach sign
Victoria Bridge, Toowoomba Toowoomba City Hall
Scarborough Fig Trees Warwick Town Hall
Warwick Town Hall Ayr Fountain
Rockhampton, Quay Street Wreck Point Lookout, Cooee Bay
Rockhampton Riverside precinct Brisbane Powerhouse

Townsville is going all out with the Townsville sign, Victoria Bridge, Wharton Reef Lighthouse, George Roberts Bridge, Old Magistrates Court House, Little Fletcher Bridge, and Queensland Country Bank Stadium all illuminated purple for the week leading up to and including 26 March!

Gladstone, for the first time will illuminate it's key landmarks purple in support of it's locals and everyone across Australia affected by epilepsy. This includes the Old pilot wharf, the upstream side of the Matthew Finders Bridge, the Entrance to East Shores, the Base of Auckland Hill, the Water park in East Shores, and the end of Spinnaker Park.

If there is a landmark in your town or suburb that could illuminate purple email us with the details purple@epilepsyqueensland.com.au 

We would love to see social media also illuminated purple on 26 March, help us Make March Purple and take a purple selfie in front of a landmark illumination and tag @epilepsyqueensland and #MakeMarchPurpleForEpilepsy