28-Dec-2017 | Written by Australian Pride Network
The countdown is on – where will you spend New Year’s Eve this year? From all-inclusive party packages to dance parties, fireworks to special events, Visit Gay Australia takes a look at some of the best events happening across the country.
Celebration NYE 17 / 18 – SYDNEY
The best and only gay and lesbian New Year’s Eve party on Sydney Harbour. Now in its ninth year, the event runs for six fabulous hours and offers a ...
20-Dec-2017 | Written by Australian Arts Review
The all-star, all-Irish smash hit of the 2016 Dublin Fringe Festival and winner of Best Production, RIOT is set to make its Australian debut in an exhilarating theatrical explosion that will set hearts soaring and pulses racing at the Sydney Festival from 5 January, before heading to Arts Centre Melbourne from 31 January 2018.
Serving up a disorderly cocktail of wild theatre, banging jigs, slapstick comedy and eye-popping circus, this jaw-dropping spectacle will leave audiences dazzled, dizzy and...
20-Dec-2017 | Written by Australian Pride Network
The undisputed International Queen of Cabaret! Lavish and loud, brazen and bold, Trevor Ashley premieres his brand new show Trash & Trevor at NORPA at Lismore City Hall on Friday 29 December 2017.
An evening with Trevor Ashley is the perfect way to kick off your Tropical Fruits Festival experience with a diva degustation of Cher, Tina Turner, Liza Minnelli and of course Shirley Bassey.
Featuring highlights from his sell-out cabaret shows I’m Every Woman and Star Struck with...
20-Dec-2017 | Written by Tropical Fruits Inc
Established in 1988, the Tropical Fruits are the premier GLBTI community social group in the sub-tropical New South Wales Northern Rivers town of Lismore – an area appropriately known as the Rainbow Region.
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, they welcome you into Midnight in the Garden of Fruity Delights, as they...
06-Dec-2017 | Written by City of Sydney
A rainbow waterfall of fireworks will cascade from Sydney Harbour Bridge as part of this year’s New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the dramatic technicolour fireworks would confirm Sydney as the New Year’s Eve capital of the world. “This is a fabulous way to see out 2017 - the year that four out of five Sydneysiders said a resounding ‘Yes’ to marriage equality,” said the Lord Mayor.
“The rainbow waterfall is a well-earnt tribute to the Sydney 78ers who...
05-Dec-2017 | Written by Tweed Regional Museum
Sending postcards and buying a souvenir or two were once part and parcel of a trip away, before the days of personal cameras and instant selfies. Ceramic dishes, trinkets, cups and saucers, toothpick holders, spoons, and tea towels were some of the most popular take-home items and were produced in their thousands.
Charming examples of all these souvenirs are among Tweed Regional Museum’s latest exhibition, Wish you were here: tokens of travel, features ...