Feminist Walking Tour



11:00am Sunday 23 August
11:00am Monday 27 July


150-152 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000


Come find out in a COVID-safe tour, about Sydney's feminist history — the women, queers and the militant class struggle events excluded from the annals of public memory because they challenge the order of establishment patriarchal governments.

A feminist people's history walk, this expedition will stop at Aboriginal and women convict rebellion sites, locations of queer uprisings, migrant women uprising mementos and sites of women's literary and journalistic endeavours.

This inspiring tour will demonstrate that feminist resistance, revolts, and robust opposition are part of our people's uprising heritage.

Feminist class struggle activists and authors will lead the walking tour through beautiful Hyde Park, the Barracks, and the top end of Sydney's Central Business District.

The tour will inform us about the women and queers who struggled against sexism and the elite to forge a more humane and socially just society.

This tour will take 2.5 hours along a 3km route. It will be COVID-safe. Masks and hand saniting will be mandatory and the tour is capped at COVID safe numbers. 

Water will be provided.

Proceeds to Green Left, Australia's leading progressive media outlet.

Cost: $30 adult; $20 concession; $10 for students. $50 family of four, $50 solidarity. Group bookings for students and others available. Call 0403517266 for details. Book online: 

Book your ticket as spots are limited:

Rachel 0403 517 266. 

Contact details

02 8070 9330