TAMS light up perth 2021

UPCOMING EVENT

DATE OF EVENT

20 October 2021

 

ADDRESS OF EVENT

100+ locations, Australia-wide

Where you can #SpotOurSpots

The Australiasian Mastocytosis Society (TAMS) would like to thank the generosity of the following landmarks and buildings for changing their colours, free of charge, to help raise awareness about Mastocytosis and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS).

New South Wales (NSW)

  1. Luminous at Darling Quarter
  2. Novotel Northbeach Wollongong – with thanks Novotel Northbeach Wollongong and Pro Sound and Lighting Wollongong
  3. The Glasshouse Port Macquarie – with thanks to the Glasshouse and Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
  4. Port Macquarie Town Square – with thanks to the Glasshouse and Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
  5. The Big Banana with thanks to The Big Banana Fun Park Coffs Harbour
  6. The Golden Dog –  with thanks to The Golden Dog Hotel Glenreagh
  7. Rouse Hill Town Centre Fountains with thanks to Rouse Hill Town Centre and The GPT Group
  8. Newcastle City Hall Clock Tower – with thanks to City of Newcastle
  9. Twin Towns Tweed Heads – with thanks to the Mantra Twin Towns Clubs & Resorts (on 20 October 2021 – 6:10pm to 7:00pm)
  10. The Big Merino with thanks to The Big Merino and Studio 4 – Signs and Design
  11. Goulburn Soldiers Club

Queensland (Qld)

  1. Treasury Brisbane
  2. The Star Gold Coast
  3. Story Bridge – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  4. Victoria Bridge –  with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  5. Reddacliff Place sculptures Donna Marcus: Steam 2006 – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  6. Wickham Terrace Car Park Architectural Wall – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  7. Tropical Dome at Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  8. Sandgate Town Hall – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  9. Brisbane City Hall – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  10. King George Square (ground lights) – with thanks to Brisbane City Council
  11. ‘Forgan Smith Building’ University of Queensland – with thanks to The University of Queensland
  12. SkyPoint Observation Deck – with thanks to SkyPoint
  13. Kurilpa Bridge, South Brisbane
  14. Queensland Country Bank Stadium
  15. Brisbane Convention and Entertainment Centre 20 & 21 October 2021
  16. Townsville sign – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  17. Victoria Bridge – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  18. Wharton Reef Lighthouse – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  19. George Roberts Bridge – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  20. Old Magistrates Court House – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  21. Central Park Boardwalk – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  22. Little Fletcher Bridge – with thanks to the City of Townsville
  23. Sir Albert Abbott Administration Building – with thanks to Mackay Regional Council – 20 & 21 October 2021
  24. Building G40 Ian O’Connor Building – with thanks to Griffith University – Gold Coast Campus
  25. Building G16 Clinical Sciences 2 – with thanks to Griffith University – Gold Coast Campus
  26. Building G35 Griffith University Bridge – with thanks to Griffith University – Gold Coast Campus
  27. Riverbank Precinct (heritage buildings) – from Quay Street to Denham Street – with thanks to Rockhampton Regional Council
  28. Sir Leo Hielscher Bridge – with thanks to Transurban
  29. Gateway Bridges – with thanks to Transurban

South Australia

  1. Riverbank Footbridge– with thanks to the Department for Infrastructure and Transport – South Australia – 20 & 21 October 2021
  2. Adelaide Oval (providing no sporting finals on the day)
  3. Big Screen, 1 Anzac Hwy, Keswick – with thanks to SA Power Networks Displaying Awareness Day signage from 1-20 October 2021
  4. Victoria Square Fountain – with thanks to City of Adelaide
  5. Three Rivers Fountain – with thanks to City of Adelaide
  6. Adelaide Convention Centre – with thanks to Adelaide Venue Management Corporation
  7. Adelaide Entertainment Centre with thanks to Adelaide Venue Management Corporation

Victoria (Vic)

  1. Catenary lights, Geelong intersection Moorabool and Malop Street – with thanks to the Greater City of Geelong
  2. Kingston Clock Tower – with thanks to the City of Kingston and Kingston Arts
  3. Melbourne Town Hall – with thanks to the City of Melbourne
  4. AAMI Park (providing no sporting finals on the day)
  5. CityLink Sound Tube – with thanks to Transurban
  6. Bolte Bridge – with thanks to Transurban
  7. Wodonga Water Tower – with thanks to the City of Wodonga Vic
  8. 101 Collins Street
  9. The Drum Theatre – with thanks to Greater Dandenong 20 & 21 October 2021
  10. Evan Walker Bridge – with thanks to High Access Group
  11. Birrarung Marr Pedestrian Bridge – with thanks to High Access Group
  12. 120 Collins Street – with thanks to Investa Property Group
  13. Mooroopna Water Tower – with thanks to the Greater Shepparton City Council
  14. “The Tree” Monash Park – with thanks to the Greater Shepparton City Council
  15. Riverlinks Eastbank – with thanks to the Greater Shepparton City Council
  16. Flinders Street Station – with thanks to Development Victoria for arranging the lighting at Flinders Street Station, on behalf of the Victorian Government
  17. Ballarat Town Hall Clock – with thanks to the City of Ballarat
  18. Lake Wendouree – with thanks to the City of Ballarat
  19. Eureka Centre – with thanks to the City of Ballarat
  20. Archie Graham Community Centre – with thanks to Warrnambool City Council

Western Australia (WA)

  1. The Bell Tower
  2. Matagarup Bridge with thanks to Main Roads Western Australia
  3. Joondalup Drive – with thanks to Main Roads Western Australia
  4. Mounts Street Bridge with thanks to Main Roads Western Australia
  5. Sky Bridge with thanks to Main Roads Western Australia
  6. Graham Farmer Freeway Tunnel (artwork) – with thanks to Main Roads Western Australia
  7. Trafalgar Bridge – with thanks to the City of Perth  21 October 2021 
  8. Council House – with thanks to the City of Perth  21 October 2021 
  9. Yagan Square – with thanks to CBRE
  10. Elizabeth Quay – with thanks to CBRE
  11. Marlston Hill Lookout – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  12. Koombana Bay Footbridge – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  13. Koombana Bay Foreshore – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  14. Marlston Waterfront – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  15. Guppy Park – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  16. The Navigators at the Koombana Drive roundabout – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  17. Richmond Reserve – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  18. Arrol Crane, Jetty Road – with thanks to the City of Bunbury
  19. QV1 “Ring of Confidence”
  20. Crown Perth
  21. Gatehouse | Fremantle Prison
  22. Optus Stadium – with thanks to Venues Live  21 October 2021
  23. Mandurah Bridge with thanks to the City of Mandurah

Tasmania

  1. Launceston Town Hall – with thanks to the City of Launceston

Northern Territory

  1. Palmerston Water Tower – with thanks to the City of Palmerston
  2. Parliament House Water Feature on the Speaker’s Green – with thanks to the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory

Other ways to get involved on 20 October

If you can’t get out to #SpotOurSpots and take your photo at one or more of the above spots, consider lighting your house purple – tape purple cellophane in your windows at night.

Other things you can do to help raise awareness include: