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65 Roses Day for Cystic Fibrosis

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Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a rare recessive genetic disease for which there is currently no cure. There is one day of the year where Western Australian’s are called upon by Cystic Fibrosis WA (CFWA) to make a real difference to those living with CF.

That day is 65 Roses Day – held this year on Friday 28 May.

This year buying a rose has never been easier. 65 Roses Day will welcome back a sea of fresh roses being wrapped by hundreds of volunteers to be sold on the streets of WA, plus you can purchase virtual roses from CFWA’s digital rose garden at

Where/How: Purchase a digital rose from OR buy a rose from various locations on Friday, May 28:

- Murry Street Mall Perth CBD
- 240 St Georges Terrace
- Kings Square Perth
- Kings Square Fremantle
- Belmont Forum
- Winthrop Village
- Cockburn Gateway
- Karrinyup Shopping Centre
- Mandurah Forum
- Phoenix Shopping Centre
- Booragoon Westfield
- Carousel Westfield
- Innaloo Westfield
- Whitford City Westfield
- Woodlake Village
- Yanchep Central
- Albany Plaza

Funds raised go towards the latest research to find a cure, and help provide vital support services and critical research funding for people living with CF.

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