Adelaide Queer History Tour


An audio tour of Adelaide's fascinating LGBT history

$14 per person
Photo Friendly 1 hour Any day

Adelaide's LGBT history

Flamboyance Tours presents the queer history of Adelaide in a 1-hour audio tour through the VoiceMap app, sharing the stories of LGBT life and people as you visit sites across the city centre. Along the walk, you'll hear stories ranging from the quirky to tragic. From the death of George Duncan to politicians making their distinguishable mark, Adelaide has plenty of tales within the LGBT community. Finally, you'll take most of the Pride March route to appreciate what has led to current societal norms. This is not only a tour about Adelaide's queer history, but how Adelaide shaped Australian queer history. This is a tour to be done at your own pace, in your own time. You can pause the tour wherever necessary, or take extra time at any location. It can either be done solo, or as a shared experience. Save off the VoiceMap price when buying the tour direct from our website. Your walk is narrated by local guide/Flamboyance Tours owner Katina, who previously worked for Topdeck Travel taking travellers to more than 20 countries across Europe. Her expertise translates back to her home city, where you will gain an insightful Adelaide experience.


This can be done whenever you wish, but we recommend during the day.

Start Point

George Duncan memorial, Victoria Avenue, Adelaide


*How to access the tour:
You need a mobile phone with working GPS and headphones. You will be emailed a code from us within 24 hours of purchase. You will then need to download the free VoiceMap app, where you enter the code to access the tour. One code is needed per person.

Click on any date in the calendar below to get started. NOTE: If there are unavailable dates showing in the calendar, codes will not be processed and/or sent to you on those days.

*This tour is recommended for people aged 16 and up, as there are adult themes.


A glimpse of what's included

George Duncan memorial
To understand the emerging acceptance of the queer community, we must start by acknowledging Dr George Duncan. His death would spark national change
Mary's Poppin
Adelaide’s main LGBT hotspot is as good looking from the outside as all the fabulous revellers who are in it on a Saturday night
Pride Walk
Observe Adelaide’s Pride Walk, giving scope to the major reforms in South Australia and providing a touching symbol of acceptance for Adelaide’s queer community

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