Australians can remember the explosively emotional moment when the country overwhelmingly voted for marriage equality in 2017 by wandering down a giant rainbow path in a Sydney park.
Completed in time for the Sydney Mardi Gras, the 90-metre rainbow path stretches through Prince Alfred Park in the inner city Sydney suburb of Surry Hills. Commissioned by the City of Sydney, the path commemorates the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia.
The location, recently renamed Equality Green, was chosen as the place where 30,000 people gathered to hear the results of Australia’s marriage equality postal survey on Nov. 15, 2017. Read more…
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