World Transplant Games participants were given exclusive access to the WA Museum Boola Bardip for a night of singing, dancing, and celebrating.
In full sunshine, donor families and living donors walked along part of Western Australia’s stunning coastline on Monday 17 April to reflect on the gift of life and the loss of their loved ones.
The generosity of the human spirit embraced attendees at the Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving on Saturday 15 April at the striking St George’s Cathedral in Perth.
Let the Games begin!
The World Transplant Games officially opened on Sunday night with a vibrant and heartfelt ceremony of unity and celebration.
Meet the Western Australian Transplant Teams in a special health symposium as part of the World Transplant Games.
Ahead of the World Transplant Games, Transplant Australia has launched a new television campaign exploring the potential of donation if every Australian was registered on the Australian Organ Donor Register.
The Local Organising Committee of the World Transplant Games, Perth, Australia, has updated its COVID Vaccination Policy in line with changed Australian Government requirements for entering Australia.
Living kidney donor, Anil Srivatsa from India is on the road to Perth unlike any other. His road will take him 57,000km through 17 countries as he drives to Perth, sharing the message of organ donation along the way.
The new Gift of Life Baton was launched at Olympic House in Switzerland by the Australian Ambassador to Switzerland, Mr Philip Green, in the presence of the President of the International Olympic Committee President, Thomas Bach, and representatives of the World Transplant Games Federation (WTGF) from over 30 countries.
Can’t decide what else to do while you’re in Perth for the Games. Here are 5 adventures within easy reach. Just pick your direction.