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Adelaide's Pride March history is explained during the Adelaide Queer History Tour. (Katina Vangopoulos)

Adelaide Queer History Tour

Embrace the queer history of Adelaide in a one-hour audio tour that shares the stories of LGBT life and people as you visit sites across the city centre and walk along Adelaide’s Pride March route. From the death of George Duncan to politicians making their distinguishable mark, Adelaide has plenty of tales within the LGBT community both quirky and tragic. See Adelaide through a rainbow-coloured lens and gain new perspective of the city at your own pace. A mobile phone and the VoiceMap app are required. Bookings essential.

Presented by Flamboyance Tours


Throughout May, at your convenience


Starting point: George Duncan memorial, Victoria Dr, Adelaide


Per Person: $5.00 (+booking fee)

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Katina Vangopoulos, 0423 285 530,


Companion Card accepted Bookings Essential Partial Wheelchair Access

Bookings essential
Most of the tour is on flat land but one section requires climbing stairs and no lift facilities are available


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