Brisbane landmarks turned red, white and blue on the weekend in a show of solidarity with Paris after terrorist attacks killed more than 120 people in the French capital.

From 6pm on Saturday night, the lights on the Story Bridge turned red, white and blue to honour the victims of the attack and show Brisbane’s support for Paris.

Brisbane City Hall was also turned red, white and blue in support of Paris.

Today, a condolence book for the Paris attacks has been placed in Brisbane City Hall for citizens to show their support.

Earlier this morning, the French Defence Ministry confirmed that French fighter jets have dropped 20 bombs on ISIS strongholds in Syria in retaliation for the attacks, hitting a jihadi recruitment centre, training camp and arms depot run by the group.

Concerned friends and family of Australians in Paris can contact DFAT on 1300 555 135. If you’re overseas, you can call +612 6261 3305.