Rainbow History Walk
Rainbow Wellington is joining the Rainbow History walk on Sunday 4 November 2018 at 1pm
Join us on this 90-minute walk tour of inner city Wellington, New Zealand and learn about:
Homosexual Law Reform
LGBTI rainbow personalities
Churches and LGBTI rainbow communities
Imprisonment on Matiu Somes Island
A WW1 same-sex love story
1pm, Sunday 4 November 2018
Starts: Meet on the steps of Parliament buildings (on the forecourt by the flag poles)
Ends: Waterfront by Frank Kitts Park
Duration: 90 minutes
Cost / Bookings: free – no need to book. Just turn up, but please check the Facebook page for weather related cancellations.
Accessibility: Most of the walk is on the flat using accessible public footpaths, although there is a section where we will take the steps down from Parliament to the Terrace and then from The Terrace to Lambton Quay (an alternative route can be taken).
Areas covered: Parliament, The Terrace, Lambton Quay, Midland Park and the waterfront.
Features: Access Radio, Alexander Turnbull, AIDS Support Network, British High Commission, Bruce Burnett, Daniel Fielding, Fran Wilde, Frank Sargeson, Gareth Farr, Gay BC, Georgina Beyer, Gerald Haxton, Gerald Wall, Gilbert Baker, The Glamaphones, Dr Hjelman von Danneville, Lesbian Programme, Katherine Mansfield, Maata Mahupuku, Peter Cuthbert, Rev. Dr Margaret Mayman, Roy Ayling, New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt, Norman Gibson, Norman Jones, Rupert Brooke, Salvation Army, Shelley Te Waiariki Howard, Somerset Maugham, St Andrew’s on the Terrace, Tom McLean, Venn Young and Warren Freer.