World Haemophilia Day


Landmarks and monuments in Australia and around the world will support World Haemophilia Day by changing their lighting red on April 17. 

Can you see one of these landmarks? Take a pic and send it to us! Here are the landmarks that are lighting up in red  tonight

Victoria            – AAMI Stadium @AAMIPark
ACT – Telstra Tower #telstratower
Tasmania – Kennedy Lane, Hobart  , Railway roundabout, Hobart Elizabeth Mall, Hobart
NSW- Sydney Cricket Ground @scg
South Australia – Adelaide Oval @TheAdelaideOval , Riverbank lighting
Queensland – Story Bridge #storybridgehotel , Suncorp Stadium @suncorpstadium, Reddacliff Place Steam Sculptures, Brisbane City Town Hall & King George Sq, William Jolly Bridge, Tropical Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Northern Territory – Darwin Convention Centre @DarwinConventio
Western Australia – Council House, Trafalgar Bridge, Perth Bell Tower #thebelltower

Take the Red Tie Challenge today and show your support for the bleeding disorders community #RedTieChallengeAUS

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