Rainbow History walk
Sunday 10 March 2019
Rainbow Wellington members will be joining this 90-minute walk tour of inner city Wellington, New Zealand. Most of the walk is on the flat using accessible public footpaths.
Activism and homosexual law reform
Homosexuality being used as a political weapon
LGBTI rainbow personalities and artists
Early social meeting places
Next tour: 1pm, Sunday 10 March 2019
Starts: Outside of the City Gallery in Civic Square
Ends: Midland Park on Lambton Quay
Duration: 90 minutes
Cost / Bookings: free – no need to book. Just turn up, but please check the Facebook page for weather related cancellations.
Areas covered: Civic Square, Lower Cuba Street, Dixon Street, Willis Street, Lambton Quay and Midland Park.
Features: Alfies, Alison Laurie, Carmen Rupe, Caspers, Charlotte Bronte, Colin Moyle, David Hindley, Destiny Church, Dorian Society, Effie Pollen, Eugenia Falleni, Fran Wilde, Gay Association of Professionals (GAP), Georgina Beyer, Intersex Society of New Zealand, Katherine Mansfield, Le Balcon/The Balcony. Lesbian and Gay Rights Resource Centre, Maata Mahupuku, Mary Taylor, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Michael Fowler, Neil Costelloe, Norman Jones, Pink Triangle Collective, Robert Gant, Royal Oak Hotel, Sun Sauna, Te Aro Park, Ursula Bethell and the Wellington Town Hall.