Iconic Australian Monuments to be illuminated for Sri Lanka
January 28, 2023
11 (eleven) iconic Australian National monuments will be illuminated in the colours of Sri Lankan National flag to mark the 75th Anniversary of Sri Lanka’s Independence and the 75th Anniversary of the establishment of Diplomatic relations between Australia and Sri Lanka.
The illumination of iconic monuments will symbolise the enduring multifaceted, mutually respectful partnership between Australia and Sri Lanka. The role and contribution of Sri Lanka’s expatriate community to the ever-flourishing bilateral relations remain of paramount importance.
The Sri Lanka High Commission in Canberra considers the occasion of lighting up iconic monuments in Australia in Sri Lanka flag colours momentous and historic.
The Sri Lanka High Commission sincerely appreciates Australia for this warm gesture.
We invite our fellow Sri Lankans living in Australia to Preserve this historic moment with photography or videography and share it on social media for a chance to win a return trip to Sri Lanka*. Please use the #SLAUS75 #SrilankanAirlinesAustralia, and tag Sri Lanka High Commission, Australia’s Facebook page, when sharing to be eligible.
|1||Old Parliament House – Canberra, ACT||4th February 2023|
|2||The Royal Australian Mint – Canberra, ACT||6th February 2023|
|3||The Queensland Parliament – Brisbane, QLD||4th February 2023|
|4||Flinders Street Railway Station, Melbourne, VIC||4th February 2023|
|5||Council House, City of Perth, WA||5th February 2023|
|6||Matagarup Bridge, Perth, WA||3rd February 2023|
|7||Sky Ribbon, Perth, WA||3rd February 2023|
|8||Mount Street Bridge, Perth, WA||3rd February 2023|
|9||Northbridge Tunnel, Perth,WA||3rd February 2023|
|10||Joondalup Drive Bridge, Perth, WA||3rd February 2023|
|11||Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane, QLD||4th February 2023|