Light Up The Night Australia 2020

In 2020, the following Australian buildings and landmarks are scheduled to light up for ME/CFS awareness and May12th International ME/CFS Awareness Day.

QueenslandNCNED Griffith Uni Health Building12 May 2020
Story Bridge (Brisbane)12 May 2020
Sundale Bridge12 May 2020
Victoria Bridge (Brisbane)12 May 2020
Victoria Street Bridge (Toowoomba) 12 May 2020
Logan City Council Administrative Building12 May 2020
Western AustraliaThe Bell Tower (Perth)12 May 2020
Council House (Perth)13 May 2020
Trafalgar Bridge (Perth)12 and 13 May 2020


  • SA Power Network LED sign also has an awareness message displayed throughout the month of May 2020.


*** Due to the coronavirus and COVID-19 restrictions in place around Australia, Light Up The Night is in a reduced capacity for 2020. ***

Many councils are operating at a reduced capacity and only for essential services. They may not be taking requests for lighting.

Due to government restrictions in place for leaving the home and gatherings, as well as for the health and safety of yourself and all Australians, we do not recommend visiting any buildings and landmarks to see them illuminated, or to take photos for submission, unlike previous years.

Our team, all living with ME/CFS, are taking this time to rest and look after their health. We hope to be back in full swing for Light Up The Night in May 2021.

Lighting information was last updated 12 May 2020 8:43am AEST and may have since changed.

Submit new Light Up The Night information

Have you organised an Australian building or landmark to light up as part of May12th awareness? Please submit the information in our dedicated Light Up The Night form.

Submit Light Up The Night Australia photos

Did you take any photos of any of these buildings or landmarks while they were lit up for May12th awareness? We would love to receive them to share on social media and display on our website.

Looking for another year?

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This page was last updated on 9 April 2021