Artist’s impression of the rainbow path in Prince Alfred Park. Image: City of Sydney

Rainbow Path to Commemorate Same-Sex Marriage Vote

By Beau
Beau is the founder of Apollo Social. He recently relocated to Melbourne with his husband and has begun a love affair with the city.
Sydney plans to commemorate the 2017 same-sex marriage vote with a 'rainbow path' in Prince Aldfred Park

A 90-metre rainbow path is proposed in Prince Alfred Park to commemorate the place where 30,000 people gathered in 2017 to hear the results of the same-sex marriage vote. 

The design was suggested by the Surry Hills Creative Precinct and endorsed by Lord Mayor Clover Moore.

"Surry Hills has long been at the vanguard of diversity and inclusivity, and the name Equality Green is a great reflection of that," said Leigh Harris, President of the Surry Hills Creative Precinct. "Having the rainbow walk painted at the site will be a permanent reminder of our contribution to that historic change."

City of Sydney is accepting feedback on the proposal until November 29. You can give your feedback at

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