RETRACING DAYLESFORD'S QUEER FOOTPRINTS
As part of the Victoria's Pride celebrations, we worked with the Victorian Government and Midsumma to ensure statewide representation of LGBTQIA+ communities. Explore the queer history of the Daylesford Area (Dja Dja Wurrung country) with our project Queer-ways: Retracing Daylesford’s Queer Footprints.
Join us on our regional road trip for an overview of Daylesford's queer history or explore our illustrated Augmented Reality map guided by local Max Primmer.
By retracing queer footprints, we can step into a future where all of our histories are celebrated and acknowledged.
JOIN OUR REGIONAL ROADTRIP
Join us on our regional tour of queer history in the Daylesford Area (Dja Dja Wurrung country) for Victoria's Pride.
Follow us as we take you to the significant locations and venues of Daylesford and introduce you to the voice of our Daylesford Augmented Reality Map, LGBTQIA+ icon, drag queen and local volunteer, Max Primmer.
To learn more about any of the locations in the videos or to explore more of Daylesford’s queer history, explore the digital queer map of Daylesford below.
DIGITAL QUEER MAP OF DAYLESFORD
To browse our map, click the symbol in the top left corner to pull out a menu that lists all locations. Here you will be able to filter between community stories and stories collected from the archive.
Alternatively, click on the symbols in the map to read more about the significance of each location to Daylesford's Queer History.
If you would like to explore the map in full screen, press the symbol on the top right corner. This will direct you to our Google My Map site.
Did we forget something? Contact us with any locations and stories you think should be added.
Queer-ways: Retracing Daylesford's Queer Footprints has been made possible through the support of
Queer-ways was established on the unceded traditional lands of the Wurundjeri nation in the Kulin alliance.
This project focuses on the geographical location referred to as “Daylesford" in Dja Dja Wurrung country. The map we have utilised is based on previous settler-colonial cartography and may not accurately reflect the Aboriginal cultural landscape.
In the future, we hope to find and develop the technology to integrate Indigenous nations into the Queer-ways map. If you are not aware of the rightful custodians of the land on which you are located, you can learn more at www.aiatsis.gov.au.
Queer-ways acknowledges Australia’s First Nations Peoples as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land and gives respect to the Elders, past and present, and through them to all Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We encourage you to take steps towards learning more about how you can support Indigenous communities in the fight for sovereignty.