Reflections artwork by Nungala Creative that features rainbow coloured squiggles over patches of other colours. It is a very bright and cheerful image.

Rainbow City

Sydney will be transformed into a Rainbow City for Sydney WorldPride 2023, with organisations across Greater Sydney installing rainbow monuments to celebrate the festival.  

In the coming months, until the beginning of Sydney WorldPride in Febrero 2023, more installations will be announced as part of Rainbow City.

Sydney WorldPride Chief Executive, Kate Wickett, said: “It is so exciting to see organisations of all kinds across Sydney – from public institutions to businesses – embrace WorldPride in such a positive way.

“Sydney is a world-class city that celebrates diversity, and I can’t wait for visitors to see the fantastic display of support for the LGBTQIA+ community when more than 500,000 take part in Sydney WorldPride next year.” 

Nungala Creative rainbow icon in white

Reconocimiento del país

El Sydney WorldPride tendrá lugar en las tierras de los pueblos Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Bidjigal, Darug, Dharawal, que son los custodios tradicionales de la cuenca de Sydney.

Presentamos nuestros respetos a sus ancianos pasados y presentes. Siempre fue, siempre será, tierra aborigen.

Los aborígenes e isleños del Estrecho de Torres proceden de muchos clanes y comunidades diferentes de toda Australia y en 2023 se unirán para celebrar con nuestra comunidad global LGBTQIA+.