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11 NOV

Feast is a community arts and culture festival for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer community held annually in Adelaide, South Australia. Feast is a major event on the festival calendar. It is a truly international event, bringing performers from all over the world and attracting visitors from near and far.


02 DEC

On Saturday 2nd December, The Farmer’s Arms Hotel in Daylesford will be hosting the ChillOut Country Pride Cake Bake Off! Put your baking and decorating skills to the test and you could see yourself crowned as the baking King or Queen of ChillOut. Sift that flour, beat those eggs, cream that butter... and get baking. Categories include: Most Glorious...


29 DEC

The Tropical Fruits New Year’s Festival is a four-day GLBTI celebration, and anyone who has ever attended will know how much fun they are – and this year, will be no exception! This year, Tropical Fruits welcome you into Midnight in the Garden of Fruity Delights, as they illuminate the darkness and unlock the...


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Feather boas, bright caravans and drag queens – these travellers are adding colour to the grey nomads’ rainbow. The Australian Gay Nomads launched a few years ago to bring LGBTI campers together. Lynne Hocking, now in her late 50s, is Camp Mother. She founded the group a few years ago with Glenn Watson, a Sydney-based drag queen known as Miranda ...

A comprehensive survey exhibition of one of the most influential American artists of the late 20th century, the Art Gallery of New South Wales presents Robert Mapplethorpe: the perfect medium until 4 March 2018. Showcasing an extraordinary selection of Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, from floral still lifes to portraits, figure studies and erotic imagery that charted ...

The term ‘LGBT Travel’ has, in the past, conjured images of cruising the seven seas with a cocktail in hand while being gently swayed by the ocean and the sounds of Madonna’s greatest hits pulsating in the background. And hey, no one is knocking this. Sign me up! However, the leaps and bounds we’ve...

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