Policeman busting moves @ Mardi Gras


An awesome 30 second video shows a very funky AFP policeman showing off his style. Indeed, he obviously won over the crowd with community relations at a past Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Thanks to ‘miss julie makeup’ from Facebook who shared her video.

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Season Highlights

Fair Day: Sun 21 Feb, Victoria Park, Camperdown

A free, fun-filled celebration of LGBTQI pride. It’s also a community day with everything from pooches to Pad Thai. Enjoy the markets and music, dancing and drama, and also the rides, comedy, and crazy fun for the kids. Indeed, Fair Day is for the whole family.

The Harbour: Wed 24 Feb – Sat 27 Feb, Mrs Macquarie’s Point 

An epic series of film, talks, concerts and musical spectaculars, glittering from our favourite shore. Headlining the series is In Bed with Madonna, presented by Queer Screen to celebrate the film’s 25th Anniversary! Australian pop icon, Tina Arena will perform an intimate concert at Tina Arena at The Harbour with all the classics like: I Need Your BodyChains, and I Want To Love You. There will be a Sing-a-long with the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir to the film Mamma Mia as well.

The Parade: Sat 5 Mar, Oxford and Flinders St, Darlinghurst 

The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade is back for its 38th year! Over 200,000 people will line the streets of Sydney’s traditional Gay and Lesbian district in support of the 10,000 fabulous parade entrants who have united for a glittering spectacle of sparkles and self-expression.

Parade Sideshow: Sat 5 Mar – Sun 6 Mar, Flinders St, Darlinghurst 

The ultimate way to experience the Parade in style. Hosted by acid tongued Drag diva Portia Turbo and TV host Andrew Mercado no sequined jockstrap passes without comment, or wardrobe malfunction missed. Leave the milk crates at home with some premium seating, exclusive access to bars, food stalls, live screens, and bathrooms.

The Diamond Club: Sat 5 Mar, Taylor Square 195 Oxford St, Darlinghurst

Diamond Club is available to everyone for the first time to enjoy the spectacular views and experience of the Parade at Taylor Square. Indeed, with private bars, gourmet food, raised platforms, and toilets, this is truly the best place to watch the 2016 Parade.

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