Queerspace Youth and InVisible

Friday, 24 January 2020 - 2:00pm
Queerspace Youth, 100 Drummond Street, Carlton

The 26th of January marks an important day of protest in so-called Australia. A day of mourning, resilience and resistance to colonisation. Each year, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are joined by those in solidarity to march along the main streets of Narrm/Melbourne to protest the recognition of a national day of violence.

Join us to make bulk signs, posters and placards that you can bring along to rally.

All paints, cardboard and materials will be supplied.

When: Friday 24th January 2020 from 2pm - 6pm

Where: 100 Drummond Street, Carlton

Who: Queerspace Youth creates space for young people who identify as Queer, Trans, non-binary, gender diverse and / or Questioning. We're run out of drummond street services, a mental health support services run by members of the LGBTQIA community.
(in)visible is a program that is a space for those who identify as being QTIPOC (queer, trans, intersex person of colour). This also includes those of faith and those who aren't out as well.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations as the traditional custodians of the land where we work. We pay our respects to elders past and present and acknowledge their resistence to colonisation. Sovereignty has never been ceded and treaties have never been signed.

Accessibility information:

100 Drummond Street, Carlton VIC 3053.


Street parking is available on Drummond Street and in the surrounding streets – From Monday-Saturday, this is primarily 1 hour free kerbside parking, or 1-2 hours ticket parking.

Sunday parking on the road immediately out front of Drummond Street is 1 hour free, and on the opposite side of the road, free all day.

Be aware that parking inspectors are extremely strict in the area.

Paid parking lots are also available. The most used by staff are the Clocktower Car Park on Drummond Street, Melbourne Museum car park, and Lygon Street Car Park.

Public Transport
The closest train station to Drummond Street is Parliament Station at 800m distance.

The closes tram stops are: Melbourne Museum/Nicholson Street for trams 86 and 96 at 650m distance; and Queensberry/Swanston Street for trams 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 and 72 at 550m distance.

The closest bus stops are: Exhibition Building for buses 250, 251 and 402 at 240m distance; and Queensberry Street for buses 200 and 207 at 240m distance.

Building Accessibility
The Drummond Street building has several steps at its entrance and a ramp from kerbside height. Entrance to the building is through two large automatic glass doors.

The building has two accessible, all gender bathrooms on the back left and right hand sides of the entrance foyer. Both have heavy, manually opening doors.

The left side bathroom contains a urinal and accessible bathroom cubicle. The door to the accessible cubicle requires a push.
The right side bathroom contains two cubicles, one that is accessible. The door to the accessible cubicle has a handle and requires a push.

Conference Room
The Conference Room is immediately to your right when you enter the Drummond Street building and has a double door sized entrance.

It has options of fluorescent lighting or natural light, coming from floor-to-ceiling sized windows across one length of the room. The room is large and can contain group sizes of around 40.

Reception is immediately to your left when you enter the Drummond Street Building and contains couches and space to wait if you arrive early.

If you have any further accessibility questions, please contact us through the Queerspace Youth facebook page, or email ruby.cameron@ds.org.au

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