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29 SEP

Darwin Pride is a local small festival group of volunteers, we meet up once a year with fantastic support from the community to run a week long Festival.


09 SEP

Life outback is never a drag! Hit the road, head to the Hill for the Broken Heel Festival to celebrate the annual festival tribute to 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert' in her spiritual home ~ Broken Hill. Over 3 days you can expect a handbag stuffed full of stunning Drag Queens & Drag Kings from around the nation plus,...


17 SEP

Brisbane Pride is the state's largest and the country's third largest Gay and Lesbian event, attracting more than 50 000 Festival-goers over a four week period in the clear and sunny Spring month of September each year. ...


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Last night, an estimated 250,000 spectators took to Sydney’s Oxford and Flinders Streets to watch more than 180 groups and entries featuring over 12,000 participants take part in the world’s biggest celebration of the LGBTQI community, the 39th annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade. Born from a single night of celebration turned...

Finding the perfect getaway has just got a whole lot easier for LGBT travellers looking to explore the best of Australia with a new, dedicated retail travel store opening on Sydney’s famous Oxford Street and a Visit Gay Australia guide set to launch soon. The new store, unveiled by gay-owned and operated travel retailer...

The 2016 Noosa Rainbow River Festival set a high benchmark for fun and fabulousness on the Sunshine Coast last year, organisers will be turning up the volume on the post-Mardi Gras party scene with the return of the second Noosa Rainbow River Festival: 17 – 19 March 2017. “After the success of last year’s...

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