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BCNA News 24 Oct 2016

Dine Pink opens in Brisbane's South Bank

As 2017’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws to an end, Brisbane's South Bank and over 20 retailers and landmarks will be lit in pink for Breast Cancer Network Australia.

South Bank’s Dine Pink week (Monday 24 October - Sunday 30 October) will be highlighted throughout the parklands, and dining precincts of Stanley Plaza, Little Stanley Street, the Parklands and River Quay. The Wheel of Brisbane, William Jolly Bridge, Arbour, Stanley Street Plaza, River Quay and Little Stanley Street will light up pink each night in support of BCNA.

Survivor stories on the wall in South Bank, Brisbane

To officially launch South Bank’s ‘Dine Pink’ week, two breast cancer survivors joined Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, The Hon. Jackie Trad and South Bank Corporation Chair, Dr Catherin Bull to unveil the wall gallery of 11 survivor stories who have shared their very personal experiences.

Jackie Trad with pink silhouette

Over 20 South Bank restaurants will also be participating, featuring specially themed menus and pink tables with proceeds donated to BCNA.

Brisbanites can write messages of support or honour those affected by breast cancer on one of 2,000 Pink Lady cardboard silhouettes, and place them in a  mini-field.

To register a restaurant to support BCNA, or dine at a Dine Pink restarant, visit