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Knox City Council's Rainbow Path

Knox City Council is now home to a 30 meter-long rainbow path. The path is situated outside the Eastgate South building and was painted by members of Council's LGBTIQ+ Working Group in November 2018. The path is a permanent fixture that symbolizes Knox City Council's commitment to inclusion, diversity and support for the LGBTIQ+ community.

Rainbow paths are popping up all over the world, appearing in places like City of Yarra, City of Port Phillip, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, Dublin and Auckland. They have come to represent a public celebration of diversity and provide a colourful backdrop for selfies and pride events.

All community members and visitors are warmly welcome to visit the path. You can post photos or reference the path using the hashtag #KnoxRainbowPath

IDAHOBIT 2019 Rainbow ‘Path to Equality’

On 17 May 2019, Knox City Council unveiled a temporary installation on the Rainbow Path.

The installation titled ‘Path to Equality’ depicted a timeline of historic milestones for the LGBTIQ+ community within Victoria and Australia, marking progress towards social and legislative change.

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