Welcome to Rainbow Flag Australia. The Rainbow Flag is the #1 most recognised symbol for the LGBTI around the world. It can also be referred to as the Pride Flag or the Gay Pride Flag, or the Rainbow Pride Flag. The Rainbow Flag network helps the LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex) community of Australia.
Find gay friendly businesses in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin & Canberra. Search to find goods and services from gay owned and gay friendly providers around Australia in our gay friendly business directory & rest assured they won’t discriminate & are not prejudice. Our Rainbow guide gay directory is one of the most user friendly gay websites in Australia. Whether your looking to travel, build a house, a mechanic or looking for a new piece of jewellery, our gay friendly directory is your solution for members of the LGBTI community in Australia.
In 1978 Gilbert Baker designed the first rainbow flag, in response to calls by activists for a symbol for the community. Gilbert Baker a San Francisco artist, designed a flag with eight stripes: pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Baker dyed and sewed the material for the first flag himself. Baker then approached a company to mass-produce the flags he designed, and found out that “hot pink” wasn’t commercially available. The flag was quickly reduced to seven stripes.
In November 1978, San Francisco’s lesbian, gay and bisexual community was shocked when the city’s first openly gay supervisor, Harvey Milk, was horribly assassinated. To demonstrate the gay community’s strength & solidarity in the aftermath of the tragedy, the Pride Committee decided to use the flag designed by Baker. It was at this point the indigo stripe was eliminated so that the colours could be divided evenly along the parade route – three colours on one side and three on the other. Soon the six colours were incorporated into a six-striped version. The flag has become an international symbol of pride & the diversity amongst the lgbti community. The Rainbow Flag colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple make it one of the most recognised flags displayed worldwide.
Rainbow Flag believes in equality. Our Rainbow Flag Directory along with our Gay Magazine website and guide for Same Sex Weddings. In our Same Sex Wedding Directory are your information guides, find anything from gay friendly accommodation, lawyers or even limo hire, search Rainbow Flag today. Find gay owned businesses, LGBTI and gay friendly businesses in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, Darwin and Canberra Australia, gay magazine and same sex weddings community directory.
Our Rainbow network includes a unique combination LGBTI service providers which are displayed throughout our mobile & tablet friendly websites & in our Rainbow print magazine. Our Rainbow Flag Network gay directory extends Australia wide covering all states and territories and both the websites and our Rainbow print magazine is distributed throughout Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, The Northern Territory and in the Australian Capital Territory with our gay directory guide. Please feel free to pick up a copy locally and support our gay owned and gay friendly businesses around Australia.
Our website is always being updated with all the latest goods & service providers around Australia. You’ll definitely be able to find that local tradesman, shop or restaurant in just a few clicks. The Rainbow Flag Australia network, your local Australian owned gay directory.
The Rainbow Flag is the # 1 Emblem of the Gay & Lesbian Community over the world. The Rainbow Flag is also referred to as the gay pride flag. The Rainbow Flag Australia network helps members of the LGBTI Community find gay friendly businesses in our online directory. Find our Rainbow Flag Gay Magazine in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, & Darwin. Rainbow Flag, Gay Magazine & the Same Sex Wedding Directory are all part of the Rainbow Flag Australia Network.