Iconic landmarks across Australia will be a blaze of orange on 21 March as part of Lights Up! for Harmony Day.
There are a number of prominent sites including the Telstra Tower in Canberra, the Adelaide Oval and Brisbane's Treasury Casino joining this year. The idea behind Harmony Day is to celebrate our cultural diversity, and it's a day where everyone calling Australia home can feel proud of our diversity and achievements.
It's held on 21 March, to coincide with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Check out the list of participating landmarks.
Canberra: Questacon, Telstra Tower
Perth: Council House
Adelaide: Adelaide Oval, Michael Herbert Bridge
Brisbane: Treasury Casino, QPAC
Melbourne: St Michael’s Uniting Church
Toowoomba: Victoria Street Bridge
Kalgoorlie/Boulder: Town Hall
Wodonga: The Water Tower
Gannawarra Shire Council: Council Chambers, Clock Tower
Casino: NSW Water Tower
Newcastle: NSW City Hall clock face
Wear something orange on 21 March too, to show your support for cultural diversity and an inclusive Australia!