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Bathurst Mardi Gras Pride 'n' Stride

Bathurst Mardi Gras celebrates Central West’s queer community

Bathurst Mardi Gras is returning in 2024, with a weekend of events and festivities for the LGBTIQA+ community and allies. The program kicks off on Thursday, April 11, with a queer film festival. Held at the Ponton Theatre at Charles Sturt University, the festival line up features six of the freshest queer films from this …

Four gay men attend a pride even in Spain and are shirtless. Spain pride events 2024.

The Spanish summer pride events not to miss in 2024

There are many international prides across Europe and the world but no country does them quite like Spain. Although there are dozens of events throughout the year, it’s the summer months of June and July when things get wild. In just over a month there are five incredible pride events located in the best LGBTQIA+ …

Kimberly Blak Pride

Kimberley Blak Pride returns in 2024 as a week-long festival

After the resounding success of their 2023 event, Kimberley Blak Pride is returning with a historic First Nations pride festival in Broome. Kimberley Blak Pride aims to bring visibility to the First Nations SBLGBTIQA+ mob in the Kimberley, to empower them, provide voice and safe spaces to celebrate and be who they want to be …

Top End Darwin Pride

Darwin Pride 2024 is ‘unapologetically queer’

Top End Pride has announced their 2024 Darwin Pride celebrations, which will take place between June 20 and 23.  With a vast programme for all members of the LGBTQIASB+ community and allies, the festival promises a more unapologetically queer event than ever before. Darwin will come alive over the four day weekend, with an assortment …

Bendigo Queer Film Festival

Bendigo Queer Film Festival celebrates twenty years

Bendigo Queer Film Festival is back for another year, with the 2024 festival weekend set to launch this weekend. Founded in 2004, the film festival is the longest-running regional queer film festival in Australia. The Bendigo Queer Film Festival attracts people from all over Australia and provides cultural and artistic opportunities to LGBTQIA+ people living …

Bendigo Pride

Bendigo Pride 2024 set to shine bright as festival director says farewell

The rainbow community in Bendigo is getting ready for more than ten days of queer events as part of Bendigo Pride.  Officially launching on March 13 with the raising of the rainbow flag at the Bendigo Library Gardens, the 2024 program features art shows, poetry readings, drag, dance parties and more.   View this post …

Wagga Wagga Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras is coming to Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga is getting ready to celebrate PRIDE, with Wagga Wagga Mardi Gras kicking off on March 9. The annual event aims to raise the visibility of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex communities in the Riverina, providing an opportunity to express their creativity and celebrate their identity. However, this is an ally-friendly …

Midsumma Victoria's Pride

Victoria’s Pride: Regional Pride events across Victoria

To ensure statewide representation of LGBTQIA+ arts and cultures. Victoria’s Pride has commissioned community groups, organisations and artists in regional Victoria to facilitate events and celebrations to coincide with Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival. With events across regional Victoria, there is bound to be something for all LGBTQIA+ Victorians. Gippsland Gippsland Pride Festival Think ‘Summer Carnival’ with …

Rainbow beach

Rainbow Beaches BBQ Lunch brings queer joy to Ulverstone

Ulverstone, a seaside town in North West Tasmania was once known as “the most homophobic town in Australia”. However, grassroots organisation North West Pride has been working tirelessly to elevate queer visibility across the region. Launched in 2019 by LGBTQIA+ advocate and local Gary Wakefield, North West Pride hosts queer events and celebrations across North …

Courtney Act and Nate Byrne at ChillOut Festival

Courtney Act to headline 2024 ChillOut Festival

ChillOut Festival has announced they will be back in 2024 with a big lineup, including headliner Courtney Act. The long-running LGBTIQ+ arts and cultural festival will return to Daylesford, Victoria from March 7-11, 2024. Daylesford and Hepburn Springs will once again turn into a rainbow wonderland for the “Boots and Bling” themed weekend. Headliner Courtney …