Light up Townsville
Light up a Council asset
Townsville City Council has a number of asset lights that can be illuminated to promote a major festival, event, community awareness campaign or holiday. These include:
- Townsville Sign
- Wharton Reef Lighthouse
- Victoria Bridge
- George Roberts Bridge
- Old Magistrates Court House
- Flinders Square
- Little Fletcher Bridge
- Central Park Boardwalk.
If Light Up Townsville criteria are met, visit our online application to place a request.
See below for a list of current and upcoming events celebrated with Light Up Townsville.
|1 October||International Day of Older Persons||Purple|
|4 – 9 October||National Amputee Awareness Week||Green|
|10 October||World Mental Health Day||Purple|
|11 – 13 October||Queensland Mental Health Week||Purple|
|14 October||Light it Red for Dyslexia||Red|
|15 October||International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day||Pink & Blue|
|16 – 17 October||SES Week||Orange|
|18 – 19 & 21 – 24 October||National Water Week||Blue|
|20 October||Mastocytosis and Mast Cell Disease Awareness Day||Purple|
|28 – 29 October||World Teachers' Day||Purple, Green & Blue|
|30 October||Grandparents Day||Pink, Maroon & Blue|
|31 October||Halloween||Orange, Yellow & White|
Disclaimer: Please note that light up colours may change without notice at Council’s discretion.
Light Up application process
Applications can be made up to twelve months in advance. Applications are processed in the order in which they are received and are assessed against the eligibility requirements and criteria.
The Lighting of Council assets are reserved for significant local, state or national events or awareness campaigns that:
- have a Townsville-wide audience;
- benefit all Townsville residents; or
- attract 2,000 participants; or
- are a national event represented in multiple states.
Read a full list of Council’s Terms and Conditions.
Light Up the venue
Queensland Country Bank Stadium is accepting applications to light up the venue in support of community causes. Applications can be made on the Queensland Country Bank Stadium website.
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