Were you at the first Mardi Gras held on 24 June 1978? Did you attend any of the subsequent marches and rallies in June, July and August 1978?
Today, ANZ and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras opened applications for our national LGBTIQ+ community grants program.
The Mardi Gras team for 2020 is now at work with our sights set on delivering summer's much-loved world-class LGBTQI festival.
An information brochure about Sydney's bid for WorldPride 2023 has now been translated into many languages. Download readable and printable versions here.
2020's Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival starts on Friday 14 February, running through until Sunday 1 March.
The biggest LGBTQI Party of the year is confirmed to be held at the Hordern Pavilion and surrounding precinct.
"Hosting WorldPride in Sydney will put the world's focus on the Asia-Pacific region and will encourage and bring together activists from around the world to make our region a fairer and more equal place for all."
Expressions of interest are invited from suitably qualified event producers for the role of Parade Producer for the 2020 Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival.
It's official! Sydney is one of three cities competing to host WorldPride 2023. Here's an update.
Mardi Gras and City Gym Sydney are proud to announce a new partnership which will extend the fitness industry icon’s long history of support for the LGBTQI communities with a special discount offer for all Mardi Gras members.
A number of 78ers live in regional and rural areas. Helen Gollan, who is a member of the SGLMG 78ers Committee, encourages 78ers living in rural and regional locations to get in touch.
Mark your calendars! Australia's Pride Festivals are listed below, in order of dates for the rest of 2019.
Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras today announces our formal bid for WorldPride 2023!
Terese Casu is stepping down as CEO of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in her fourth year in the role.
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