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Light the Night Perth 2019

Light the Night Perth 2019 - Has Ended

 11 Oct, 2019 - 11 Oct, 2019
 Fri 5:30pm - Fri 8:30pm
 The Esplanade
  Perth, WA
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About Light the Night
More than 35,000 Australians will unite to walk together and to shine a light on blood cancer at the annual Light the Night event on Friday, October 11. The Leukaemia Foundation's beautiful lantern walk is the only event in Australia that truly brings the country's blood cancer community together, with crowds creating a sea of glowing support for Australians affected by blood cancer.

For the first time, in 2019 Light the Night will be held simultaneously across Australia on the same night, with flagship events happening in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth and more events planned in regional cities and country towns across the nation.

Participants carry lanterns in symbolic colours of blue, white and gold on a beautiful, reflective walk.

Gold … to remember loved ones lost
White … to honour those battling the disease, and those who have won the fight
Blue ... to show support and hope for a cure for the future

To find out about event details and locations and to become a part of Light the Night today by signing up, go to at
You can also reserve lanterns to pick up on the night, or lanterns can be purchased at the event.

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 Leukaemia Foundationorganiser
 1800 500 088

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The Leukaemia Foundation is the only national charity dedicated to helping more Australians survive blood cancer and live a better quality of life. Leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders are all types of blood cancer, which can develop in anyone, of any age, at any time. More than 110,000 Australians are currently living with blood cancer or related disorders, and further 41 people continue to be diagnosed every day. Although research is improving survival, sadly up to 20 Australians per day lose their lives to blood cancer, claiming more lives than breast cancer and melanoma. For more information please visit

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