WA Landmarks Lighting Up Red for 65 Roses Day

Perth monuments lighting up red this May for 65 Roses Day


65 Roses Day is held annually in May, our national Month of Awareness for cystic fibrosis. The day offers a special opportunity for our community to come together and raise funds and awareness for cystic fibrosis, a rare recessive genetic disease for which there is currently no cure.

On Thursday 25 May, landmarks across Western Australia will be lighting up red to show support for 65 Roses Day. Iconic monuments from Perth CBD, all the way to Rockingham and Mandurah will light up red in solidarity.

We are thankful to have the support of so many local businesses and organisations showing their support for Western Australians living with the condition. Visit some of your favourite Perth locations this May, or better yet, plan out your trip by visiting our 65 Roses Day Map and see how many locations you can visit.

Share your photos with us by tagging @cysticfibrosiswa on Instagram or using #65RosesDay in your post. We’ll be sharing our favourite shots over on the Cystic Fibrosis WA Instagram and Facebook. If you’re looking for more ways to get involved, visit our main 65 Roses Day page.


Landmarks lighting up red on Thursday 25 May:

Perth Metropolitan Area

  • Council House
  • Curtin University
  • East Perth Power Station
  • Elizabeth Quay
  • Fraser Avenue, Kings Park and Botanic Garden
  • Fremantle Prison
  • Joondalup Drive Bridge
  • Matagarup Bridge
  • Mount Street Pedestrian Bridge (Sail Bridge)
  • Northbridge Tunnel
  • Perth Concert Hall
  • QV1 Plaza
  • Sky Ribbon Bridge
  • State Library of Western Australia
  • The Bell Tower
  • Trafalgar Bridge
  • Yagan Square


Regional WA

  • Mandurah Bridge
  • Northam Suspension Bridge
  • Rockingham Foreshore


The Bell Tower
Photo by Darrel Frizzell

Mandurah Bridge

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