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Visiting Sydney

Whether you're slipping it into a bigger journey or making it the feature focus, Mardi Gras will be a stand out adventure you’ll never forget.

With our season happening from Friday 19 February to Sunday 7 March 2021, you can experience everything from parties, performing arts, visual arts, social and community events to sporting events.

Sign up to our e-newsletter for updates, and if you want exclusive ticket offers and other exciting ways to be involved, get closer to Mardi Gras by becoming a member.

Explore Sydney

GETTING TO SYDNEY

QANTAS is a Major Partner for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival. Search for flights at qantas.com.

WHERE TO STAY

We partner with these leading tour operators and travel organisations to help you plan your Mardi Gras escape:

Australia - Flight Centre
Australia - GALTA
Australia - Out & About Travel
Australia - Pink Dollar Travel
Australia - Planetdwellers
Australia - YHA
United States - IGLTA
United States - Rainbow Tourism


TRANSPORT

It's easy to get around Sydney with trains, buses, light rail and ferries. To find out more and plan your journey, go to Transport NSW.


LGBTQI SYDNEY

Discover Sydney's pumping queer nightlife and get the most out of your stay in the Harbour City. See our guide to Sydney’s essential LGBTQI hotspots here.
 

EXPLORING SYDNEY AND NSW

There's so much of Sydney to see and experience, and the best place to discover all that's on offer is at the official Sydney website.

The City of Sydney is responsible for the city centre and more than 30 other suburbs including Darlinghurst, the traditional gay heartland of Sydney and where Oxford Street is located. You can see more of what the City of Sydney provides on their website.

If you have time to go further afield, New South Wales is home to some of the best beaches, landscapes, attractions and experiences anywhere in the world. Find out more about what NSW has to offer at the Visit NSW website.

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