We now have 44 landmarks across the state that have pledge to shine purple for epilepsy awareness on the evening of Purple Day – March 26th. A particularly special day as Purple Day also falls on the day of our Annual Purple Walk & Family Fun Day and in our Diamond Jubilee Year.
Please note this is not a manned event.
The sights are best viewed when it is dark.
We encourage our community to view the lights in a safe manner and ask you to please bear in mind, that whilst these landmarks have pledged to illuminate, we cannot guarantee that all landmarks will be able to do so, as planned. Occasionally factors outside their control, such as technical failures do sometimes occur.

The landmarks currently confirmed include:

  • PCH Fizz, Winthrop Avenue
  • Kings Park
  • Yagan Square
  • Elizabeth Quay
  • The Bell Tower
  • State Library of WA, Perth
  • Perth Cultural Centre Trees
  • QV1 Building (St George’s Terrace)
  • Raine Square / Charter Hall
  • Trafalgar Bridge
  • Council House
  • SJOG Hosptial, Mt Lawley
  • King Edward Memorial Hospital (Entry)
  • Harvey House old maternity hospital on Barker Rd, Subiaco
  • Fremantle Prison
  • Shipwrecks Museum, Fremantle
  • Matagarup Bridge
  • Mount Street Bridge
  • Sky Ribbon Bridge
  • Northbridge Tunnel
  • Joondalup Drive Bridge
  • East Perth Power Station
  • Curtin University
  • City of Canning Town Hall
  • Toodyay Library
  • Mandurah Bridge Lights
  • Rockingham foreshore
  • Busselton Foreshore
  • City of Busselton Administration Building (2 Southern Dr)
  • Albany Town Square* NB: Will light up 27-30 March
  • Alison Hartman Gardens, Albany * NB: Will light up 27-30 March
  • Albany Ports
  • Bunbury Ports
  • Koombana Bay Foreshore, Bunbury
  • Koombana Bay Footbridge, BunburyGuppy Park, Bunbury
  • Marlston Waterfront, Bunbury
  • Marlston Hill Lookout, Bunbury
  • Koombana Drive Roundabout, Bunbury
  • Richmond Reserve, Bunbury
  • Historic Arrol Crane at Jetty Road, Bunbury
  • Brockman Street, Manjimup
  • Eastern Goldfields Community Centre, Kalgoorlie
  • William Grundt Memorial Library, Kalgoorlie