DIY Rainbow event Palmerston

We have a permit to Chalk! Bring your rainbow chalk to Goyder Square in front of Library at the Boulevard from 8am and get ready to show the world what we can do!! OK Northern Territory! It is your time to shine! Chalk a #DIYrainbow with your friends or collegues in support of the LGBTQI […]

Rainbow Territory process workshop

The promise of cake was the only way to get people to turn up on a Saturday to talk about processes. On Saturday the 21st of February, close to 15 Rainbow Territorians met at NTAHC Darwin to discuss decision-making processes within the group. The group analysed a range of decision making models including consensus, majority and delegation, […]

Darwin drag queens showcase Top End’s queer tropical lifestyle in Sydney Mardi Gras parade first


Cake to share

Cake to share is a random section of the newsletter where people can share something with others. Not all cake suits all tastes, so please sample or skip as you wish. Email your cake to share to Rainbows in the top end Article: LGBTI Indigenous people offered a rainbow to follow. Black Rainbow, the first mental health […]

Community survey nearing 100 respondents

Over the past three months, the Rainbow Territory Community Survey has been a great success with 95 Territorians participating. There is still time to let us know what you think about living, as a LGBTIQ person, in the NT. What laws would you like to see changed? Have you experienced discrimination? Would you like to […]

Reflecting on achievements, planning for action: Rainbow Territory

Rainbow Territory has had a busy few months since forming in September 2014: Wrote a letter to the NT Minister for Health commending the governments inclusion of LGBTQI people in their Suicide Prevention Strategy, and have been invited to have ongoing dialogue with the government on this issue; Held an equality rally and launched the OUT NT website outside […]

Rights on Show, Pillow Talk

A group artwork by Rainbow Territory members and others won the People’s Choice award at the Darwin Community Legal Service ‘Rights on Show’ exhibition. This queer themed artwork responded to homophobic comments by former Deputy Chief Minister Dave Tollner and broader homophobia in society.