Light Up WA For National Road Safety Week 2022

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Each year for National Road Safety Week, the Road Safety Commission partners with WA communities and organisations to light up our State in yellow. We do this to shine a light on road safety, and to recognise the people killed, seriously injured and affected by road trauma on our roads, every year.

In previous years we've bathed WA landmarks big and small in yellow light- from local icons like Kellerberrin Community Mens Shed or Toodyay library, to major landmarks like the Perth Belltower, Optus Stadium, and Matagarup Bridge. Monuments, bridges, buildings, trees, parks, sculptures, arenas - if it's got a lighting system, let's light up the night for road safety.

That's where you come in! Most West Australians have experienced the effects of road trauma in some way, be it on a personal or community level. We've got to work together on every front to tackle road trauma, so we want your ideas for landmarks that can be lit up, to show support and solidarity within communities all across WA.

Use the ideas tool below to make your suggestion about somewhere or something that should be lit yellow. Just let us know where it is (so we know who to contact) and feel free to share a photo of your landmark!


Each year for National Road Safety Week, the Road Safety Commission partners with WA communities and organisations to light up our State in yellow. We do this to shine a light on road safety, and to recognise the people killed, seriously injured and affected by road trauma on our roads, every year.

In previous years we've bathed WA landmarks big and small in yellow light- from local icons like Kellerberrin Community Mens Shed or Toodyay library, to major landmarks like the Perth Belltower, Optus Stadium, and Matagarup Bridge. Monuments, bridges, buildings, trees, parks, sculptures, arenas - if it's got a lighting system, let's light up the night for road safety.

That's where you come in! Most West Australians have experienced the effects of road trauma in some way, be it on a personal or community level. We've got to work together on every front to tackle road trauma, so we want your ideas for landmarks that can be lit up, to show support and solidarity within communities all across WA.

Use the ideas tool below to make your suggestion about somewhere or something that should be lit yellow. Just let us know where it is (so we know who to contact) and feel free to share a photo of your landmark!


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