Light up Queensland

To celebrate our state’s birthday, key icons, landmarks and buildings were lit maroon on Queensland Day.

The following landmarks and buildings were lit maroon in 2022:

Brisbane

  • 111 George Street, Brisbane
  • Breakfast Creek Bridge, Newstead
  • Brisbane City Hall
  • Brisbane sign, South Bank Cultural Forecourt
  • Central Station, Brisbane
  • Customs House
  • Government House Queensland
  • King George Square
  • Kurilpa Bridge
  • London Woolstores Apartments, Teneriffe
  • Parliament House
  • Reddacliffe Place sculptures
  • Celebration Lawn, Roma Street Parkland
  • Fountain in the Lake, Roma Street Parkland
  • Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges
  • South Bank Arbour, South Bank Parklands
  • Story Bridge
  • Suncorp Stadium
  • The Gabba
  • The Wheel of Brisbane
  • Tropical Dome, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha
  • Victoria Bridge Abutment (located at the end of South Bank Cultural Forecourt)
  • Waterfall, Roma Street Parkland
  • Wickham Terrace car park, Architectural Wall

Gold Coast

  • Marina Mirage Shopping Centre
  • Palazzo Versace, Main Beach
  • Skypoint Observation Deck, Q1
  • Sofitel Hotel, Broadbeach

Regional Queensland

  • Big Crocodile Krys, Normanton
  • Bundaberg Fig Tree, Bundaberg
  • Flinders Square, Townsville
  • George Roberts Bridge, Townsville
  • Little Fletcher Bridge, Townsville
  • Mary Valley Heritage Railway, Gympie
  • Old Magistrates Court House, Townsville
  • Singing Ship, Emu Park
  • The Strand, Townsville
  • The Strand Fountain, Townsville
  • Townsville City Council (103 Walker Street, Townsville)
  • Townsville sign
  • Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville
  • Victoria Bridge, Townsville
  • Wharton Reef Lighthouse, Townsville