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14

NOVEMBER

Photo credit - Queensland Mental Health Week 2020

 

Watch Brisbane's iconic landmarks light up for LUMINOUS in the Neighbourhood from sunset on Saturday 14 November.

Brisbane's Story Bridge, Victoria Bridge, Reddacliff Place sculptures as well as the breathtaking Tropical Display Dome at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha will be illuminated as we say a very big Welcome to Queensland.

Sunset on Saturday 14, November is at 6:16pm, so pack a picnic, grab your lantern and head out to enjoy our beautiful city.  Remember to share your photos with us on our LUMINOUS photo wall!

See full details at the Brisbane City Council Light Up Brisbane Calendar.

SAT

14

NOVEMBER
6:00pm - 10:00pm
WHERE
Brisbane
CONTACT
Sarah Pember ·
37 RSVPS
Venus Mojica Laira Quirk Heath Buckley Cheryl Thornely May Thao Rehana Begum Lida Daliri Jenn Pearce fitriani fitriani Rosemary Featherstone
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14-11-2020 18:00:00 14-11-2020 22:00:00 Australia/Brisbane Light Up Brisbane for LUMINOUS Photo credit - Queensland Mental Health Week 2020   Watch Brisbane's iconic landmarks light up for LUMINOUS in the Neighbourhood from sunset on Saturday 14 November. Brisbane's Story Bridge, Victoria Bridge, Reddacliff Place sculptures as well as the breathtaking Tropical Display Dome at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha will be illuminated as we say a very big Welcome to Queensland. Sunset on Saturday 14, November is at 6:16pm, so pack a picnic, grab your lantern and head out to enjoy our beautiful city.  Remember to share your photos with us on our LUMINOUS photo wall! See full details at the Brisbane City Council Light Up Brisbane Calendar. Sarah Pember SarahP@multiculturalaustralia.org.au
Who's RSVPing
Venus Mojica
Laira Quirk
Heath Buckley
Cheryl Thornely
May Thao
Rehana Begum
Lida Daliri
Jenn Pearce
fitriani fitriani
Rosemary Featherstone

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