Across Australia thousands of women, children and men gathered to pay tribute to murdered Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon, and all women killed by men this year, in solemn candlelight vigils on Monday night.
Thousands of people attend a candlelight vigil in solidarity for the Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon who was found dead at Princes Park in North Carlton last week #eurydicedixon #vigil #candlelightvigil #photojournalism #photooftheday pic.twitter.com/EbFVHn103W
— Eddie Jim (@EddieJim2) June 18, 2018
Some photographers managed to capture the scale of the event – a crowd of an estimated 10,000 people.
Thousands of people gather in Princes Park Carlton for a vigil for Eurydice Dixon. Picture: Jason Edwards. #heraldsun @jasonedwardsphoto #melbourne #vigil #princespark https://t.co/NEZqFd31vr pic.twitter.com/Td1KEBVqzR
— Heraldsunphoto (@heraldsunphoto) June 18, 2018
The crowd was made up of everyone, from the very young to the elderly.